Significado de hyalin en en inglés


Pronunciación /ˈhʌɪəlɪn/


mass nounFisiología
  • A clear substance produced especially by the degeneration of epithelial or connective tissues.

    ‘On their outward-facing surface the cells are attached to an extracellular hyaline layer, which contains the proteins hyalin and echinonectin.’
    • ‘Hyaline membrane disease - a disease causing respiratory distress usually in premature newborns in which hyalin, a glassy, eosinophilic materia, is seen in the alveoli.’


Mid 19th century via Latin from Greek hualinos, from hualos ‘glass’.