Of or pertaining to epithelium; as, epithelial cells; epithelial cancer.
Referring to the cells that line and protect the external and internal surfaces of the body. Epithelial cells form epithelial tissues such as skin and mucous membranes.
Pertaining to epithelium, the covering of internal and external surfaces of the body including the lining and other small cavities.
Of or pertaining to the membrane that lines a tube of the body or covers a free surface in the body an serves to enclose or protect the other parts of the body
(ehp'-ih-THEE-lee-awl) tissue One of four primary tissue types, it is characterized by a close arrangement of cells with little intercellular material. Also called epithelium.
of or pertaining to the epithelium e.g. epithelial cells.
Of the tissues covering the surface of the body and lining internal cavities such as the gastrointestinal tract.
of or belonging to the epithelium; "epithelial layer"
having to do with the layer of cells that cover or line and external surface or cavity.
belonging to or formed by the epithelium, which is a sheet of closely-bound cells in one or two layers, which cover the outer surface of the whole body.
relates to the layer of cells which form a covering over the internal and external surfaces of the body that communicate with the outsie world. E.g. theÂ inner lining of the lungs, digestive tract, and skin cells.
Type of tissue lining the skin and hollow organs.
Relating to the epithelium, the outside layer of cells that covers all the free, open surfaces of the body including the skin, and mucous membranes that communicate with the outside of the body.
Referring to the cells of the skin's outer layer. The epidermis.
An epithelial tissue is a tissue that covers the external surface of the body and lines hollow structures inside the body.
A type of cell that lines the internal and external surfaces of the body or organs.
referring to rapidly dividing tissues such as skin, the lining of the gastrointestinal tract, and the lining of the lung.
Refers to the cells that line the internal and external surfaces of the body.
The cell linings covering most of the internal and external surface of the body and its organs.
Used of a culture to imply cells derived from epithelium but often used more loosely to describe any cells of a polygonal shape with clear, sharp boundaries between cells. Pavement-like More correctly this should be termed ¡°epithelioid¡± or ¡°epithelial-like
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