Adenoid tissue



adenoid tissue

adenoid tissue n.
See lymphatic tissue.
Historical Examples

When this adenoid tissue grows abnormally large it forms what are known as “adenoids.”
Adenoids: What They Are, How To Recognize Them, What To Do For Them United States, Public Health Service

This cushion is formed of what doctors call “adenoid tissue” and is similar to that which makes up the tonsils.
Adenoids: What They Are, How To Recognize Them, What To Do For Them United States, Public Health Service

This adenoid tissue acts as a filter for the fluid passing through it.
Physiology Ernest G. Martin

There is no need to attempt removal of adenoid tissue on the lateral walls.
A System of Operative Surgery, Volume IV (of 4) Various

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