Reticulum cell sarcoma



reticulum cell sarcoma n.
A malignant tumor of reticular tissue that is composed primarily of neoplastic histocytes.

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    verb (used with object) 1. to withdraw (a statement, opinion, etc.) as inaccurate or unjustified, especially formally or explicitly; take back. 2. to withdraw or revoke (a decree, promise, etc.). verb (used without object) 3. to draw or shrink back. 4. to withdraw a promise, vow, etc. 5. to make a disavowal of a statement, […]

  • Retractable

    verb (used with object) 1. to withdraw (a statement, opinion, etc.) as inaccurate or unjustified, especially formally or explicitly; take back. 2. to withdraw or revoke (a decree, promise, etc.). verb (used without object) 3. to draw or shrink back. 4. to withdraw a promise, vow, etc. 5. to make a disavowal of a statement, […]



  • Retractible

    verb (used with object) 1. to withdraw (a statement, opinion, etc.) as inaccurate or unjustified, especially formally or explicitly; take back. 2. to withdraw or revoke (a decree, promise, etc.). verb (used without object) 3. to draw or shrink back. 4. to withdraw a promise, vow, etc. 5. to make a disavowal of a statement, […]

  • Retractile

    adjective, Zoology. 1. capable of being drawn back or in, as the head of a tortoise; exhibiting the power of retraction. adjective 1. capable of being drawn in: the retractile claws of a cat retractile re·trac·tile (rĭ-trāk’tĭl, -tīl’) adj. That can be drawn back or in, as the claws of a cat.



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