adeno-, aden-, adeni-

(Greek: gland or glands, glandular [from “acorn”])

adenalgia
A glandular pain; a painful swelling in a gland.
adendric
Without dendrites or branched extensions of nerve-cell neurons that receive electrical signals from other neurons and conducts those signals to the cell body.
adenectomy, adenectomies
The surgical excision or removal of all or part of a gland.
adenectopia
Malposition or displacement of a gland.
adenia
Chronic great enlargement of the lymphatic glands.
adenic
Pertaining to or resembling a gland.
adeniform
Glandlike; of glandular appearance.
adenine
A white crystalline base found in various animal and vegetable tissues as one of the purine base constituents.
adenitis:
Inflammation of a lymph node or of a gland.
adenitis (s) (noun); adenitises, adenitides (pl)
adenization
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.
adenoameloblastoma
An odontogenic tumor.
adenoangiosarcoma
An angiosarcoma involving gland structures.
adenoblast
A proliferating embryonic cell with the potential to form glandular parenchyma.
adenocarcinoma
A malignant neoplasm of epithelial cells in glandular or glandlike pattern.