adeno-, aden-, adeni-
(Greek: gland or glands, glandular [from “acorn”])
A glandular pain; a painful swelling in a gland.
Without dendrites or branched extensions of nerve-cell neurons that receive electrical signals from other neurons and conducts those signals to the cell body.
The surgical excision or removal of all or part of a gland.
Malposition or displacement of a gland.
Chronic great enlargement of the lymphatic glands.
Pertaining to or resembling a gland.
Glandlike; of glandular appearance.
A white crystalline base found in various animal and vegetable tissues as one of the purine base constituents.
Inflammation of a lymph node or of a gland.
adenitis (s) (noun); adenitises, adenitides (pl)
Conversion into a glandlike structure.
adenoacanthoma (s) (noun), adenoacanthomas; adenoacanthomata (pl)
A malignancy of cells of squamous nature: adenocancroid: Adenoacanthoma is a type of cancer with scaly cells occurring in the endothelium of the large intestine, the mouth, or in the uterus.
An odontogenic tumor.
An angiosarcoma involving gland structures.
A proliferating embryonic cell with the potential to form glandular parenchyma.
A malignant neoplasm of epithelial cells in glandular or glandlike pattern.