Words and phrases that have a meaning related to tissues:   (276 results)

Often used in the same context:
cells, proteins, epithelium, fibroblasts, enzymes, vasculature, granulocytes, gastrointestinal tract, lymphatics, membranes, peritoneal cavity, fatty tissue, embryonic tissue, lymphocytes, lipids, adipose tissue, dermis, lysosomes, myometrium, lymphoid tissue, pericardium, myelin sheath, lacrimal gland, synovium, porphyrins, antigens, capillaries, tubules, digestive tract, epithelial cell, synovial membrane, gingiva, alimentary tract, epithelial tissue, choroid plexus, plasminogen, mucous membrane, secretions, macromolecules, skeletal muscle, epithelial, mesothelial, collagen, fibrils, cell membrane, mucosa, antibodies, epicardium, adrenal cortex, intestines, amnion, axons, mucus, mucin, hyaline cartilage, proteases, pancreas, vascularization, bacteria, erythrocytes, cartilage, endometrium, pleura, villi, follicles, astrocytes, epidermis, platelets, periosteum, granulomas, hepatocytes, prions, lungs, trophoblast, uterus, vesicle, organs, dura mater, anal canal, leucocytes, stratum corneum, molecules, bronchial tubes, trypsin, parenchyma, exudates, cerebrospinal fluid, mitogen, epididymis, parathyroid gland, cytokines, neutrophils, endoderm, photoreceptors, placenta, endotoxins, vernix, lymphatic tissue, papilla, erectile tissue, osteoblast, gi tract, tissue, viscera, glomeruli, pathologies, blastomeres, dysfunctions, fibres, integuments, lesions, neural, structures, vascular, diseases, mechanoreceptors, nociceptors

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., abiotrophy, acidosis, acute brain disorder, acute organic brain syndrome, adhesion, aerated, albumen, albumin, albuminoid, alkalosis, alloantibody, altitude sickness, amyloidosis, amyotrophia, amyotrophy, anoxia, anoxic, antiseptic, assimilable, astringency, astringent, astringent drug, atomic number 7, autoantibody, autoimmune disease, autoimmune disorder, autoimmunity, autolysis, biopsy, blackheart, blood, blood-brain barrier, blood extravasation, bronzed diabetes, brown rot, cancer of the blood, cardiovascular system, cartilaginification, cell, cellular respiration, cellulose, ceratin, cholesterin, cholesterol, circulatory failure, circulatory system, congestive heart failure, cryobiology, cryonics, diathermy, diathermy machine, elastin, electromotive drug administration, emda, epicondylitis, erythrocyte, extravasation, family rickettsiaceae, fibrositis, filaria, filariasis, fixative, formative, gelatin, gelatine, genital system, granulocytic leukemia, haemoglobin, hb, hemochromatosis, hemoglobin, hemostatic, histologist, histology, hygienic, hypoxia, immune system, immunohistochemistry, incision, inflammation, infusion, internal respiration, interstice, ionic medication, iontophoresis, iontotherapy, iron-storage disease, iron overload, isoantibody, keratin, leucaemia, leukaemia, leukemia, ligneous plant, lymphatic system, lymphedema, lymphocytic leukemia, lymphoid, meningitis, metazoa, microscopic anatomy, mucopolysaccharidosis, musculoskeletal system, myeloblastic leukemia, myelocytic leukemia, myoglobin, naprapathy, nerve, nervure, nervus, neurogenesis, neurogenic, neurolysin, neurotoxin, neurotropism, nitrogen, nude mouse, oxygenated, paronychia, peritonsillar abscess, pet, pigmentation, plastination, porphyrin, positron emission tomography, prostaglandin, protein, provitamin, quinsy, radiolucent, rbc, redness, red blood cell, reproductive system, respiration, rheumatism, rickettsiaceae, ringer's solution, ringer solution, rubor, scleroprotein, scorch, section, sepsis, septum, stypsis, styptic, subkingdom metazoa, succulent, surgical incision, suture, systema lymphaticum, teratoma, tissue typing, triglyceride, tumescence, vein, woody plant

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— Adjectives for tissues: soft, other, normal, various, connective, subcutaneous, different, human, peripheral, adjacent, most, more...

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