thymo-1, thym-, thymi-
(Greek > Modern Latin: thymus gland, glands; warty glanular growth resembling a bunch of thyme [aromatic bush leaves])
To surgically remove the thymus gland.
The surgical removal of all or part of the thymus gland.
Related to or resembling the thymus gland.
Pertaining to the thymus and the lymph nodes.
Inflammation of the thymus gland.
A cell in the thymus that migrated there as a prothymocyte from the bone marrow.
Produced by or in reaction to feelings and emotions; such as, a binge of drinking precipitated by an argument with one's spouse.
An abnormal persistence of the enlargement of the thymus in the adult.
Acting to stimulate the thymus.
To treat with, or apply, thymol.
An antibody that induces lysis or destruction of thymic cells.
The destruction or involution of the thymus gland, either as a normal event in mammalian maturation or as induced by glucocorticoids (steroid hormones).
Destructive to thymus tissue.
A tumor originating in the epithelial tissues of the thymus gland.
Relating to or caused by a disease of the thymus.
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