Definition of embryologic in English:



See embryology

  • ‘He was the first to coin the word protoplasm fox embryologic material.’
  • ‘Variations are associated with the embryologic pattern and consist of persistence of embryological connections alone or in conjunction with atrophy of normally developing channels.’
  • ‘Many or most variations are totally benign; some are errors of embryologic developmental timing or persistence of an embryologic condition.’
  • ‘Neuroendocrine cells may have different embryologic origins, including neural tube, neural crest, and endoderm.’
  • ‘However, by definition, teratomas are tumors derived from all 3 embryologic layers and the presence of abundant histologically benign epidermoid elements with dermal adnexal structures is usually a distinctive feature.’