myxochondrofibrosarcoma myx·o·chon·dro·fi·bro·sar·co·ma (mĭk’sō-kŏn’drō-fī’brō-sär-kō’mə)
A fibrosarcoma in which there are intimately associated foci of cartilaginous and myxomatous tissue.
myxochondroma myx·o·chon·dro·ma (mĭk’sō-kŏn-drō’mə) n. A chondroma in which the stroma resembles primitive mesenchymal tissue.
myxocyte myx·o·cyte (mĭk’sə-sīt’) n. One of the stellate or polyhedral cells present in mucous tissue.
[mik-si-dee-muh] /ˌmɪk sɪˈdi mə/ noun, Pathology. 1. a condition characterized by thickening of the skin, blunting of the senses and intellect, and labored speech, associated with hypothyroidism. /ˌmɪksɪˈdiːmə/ noun 1. a disease resulting from underactivity of the thyroid gland characterized by puffy eyes, face, and hands and mental sluggishness See also cretinism myxedema myx·e·de·ma (mĭk’sĭ-dē’mə) […]
myxofibroma myx·o·fi·bro·ma (mĭk’sō-fī-brō’mə) n. A benign tumor of fibrous connective tissue in which focal or diffuse degenerative changes result in portions that resemble primitive mesenchymal tissue. Also called fibroma myxomatodes.