chromaffinopathy chro·maf·fi·nop·a·thy (krō-māf’ə-nŏp’ə-thē)
A pathological condition of chromaffin tissue.
- Chromaffin tissue
chromaffin tissue n. A cellular tissue, vascular and well supplied with nerves, made up chiefly of chromaffin cells and found in the medulla of the adrenal glands and in the paraganglia.
- Chromaffin tumor
chromaffin tumor n. See chromaffinoma.
/ˈkrəʊməˌkiː/ noun 1. (in colour television) a special effect in which a coloured background can be eliminated and a different background substituted Also called colour separation overlay
noun, Television. 1. an electronic special-effects system for combining a desired background with live foreground action.