tubulocyst

Tubule vs Tubulocyst - What's the difference?

tubule | tubulocyst |


As nouns the difference between tubule and tubulocyst

is that tubule is a small pipe or fistular body; a little tube while tubulocyst is (pathology) a cyst formed by the blockage of a tubule.

Blockage vs Tubulocyst - What's the difference?

blockage | tubulocyst |


As nouns the difference between blockage and tubulocyst

is that blockage is the state of being blocked while tubulocyst is (pathology) a cyst formed by the blockage of a tubule.

Cyst vs Tubulocyst - What's the difference?

cyst | tubulocyst |


As nouns the difference between cyst and tubulocyst

is that cyst is a pouch or sac without opening, usually membranous and containing morbid matter, which develops in one of the natural cavities or in the substance of an organ while tubulocyst is (pathology) a cyst formed by the blockage of a tubule.

Tubulocyst vs Tubulocystic - What's the difference?

tubulocyst | tubulocystic |


As a noun tubulocyst

is (pathology) a cyst formed by the blockage of a tubule.

As an adjective tubulocystic is

of or pertaining to tubulocysts.