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carcinoid

Wikidiffcom vs Carcinoid - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | carcinoid |


As a noun carcinoid is

(medicine) a form of slow-growing tumour originating in the neuroendocrine system.

Neuroendocrinetumor vs Carcinoid - What's the difference?

neuroendocrinetumor | carcinoid |


As a noun carcinoid is

(medicine) a form of slow-growing tumour originating in the neuroendocrine system.

Carcinoid vs Carcinid - What's the difference?

carcinoid | carcinid |


As nouns the difference between carcinoid and carcinid

is that carcinoid is (medicine) a form of slow-growing tumour originating in the neuroendocrine system while carcinid is (zoology) any member of the carcinidae.

Taxonomy vs Carcinoid - What's the difference?

taxonomy | carcinoid |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and carcinoid

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while carcinoid is (medicine) a form of slow-growing tumour originating in the neuroendocrine system.

Neuroendocrine vs Carcinoid - What's the difference?

neuroendocrine | carcinoid |


In medicine|lang=en terms the difference between neuroendocrine and carcinoid

is that neuroendocrine is (medicine) of or pertaining to the nervous system and endocrine system together while carcinoid is (medicine) a form of slow-growing tumour originating in the neuroendocrine system.

As an adjective neuroendocrine

is (medicine) of or pertaining to the nervous system and endocrine system together.

As a noun carcinoid is

(medicine) a form of slow-growing tumour originating in the neuroendocrine system.

Tumour vs Carcinoid - What's the difference?

tumour | carcinoid |


As nouns the difference between tumour and carcinoid

is that tumour is (oncology|pathology) an abnormal growth; differential diagnosis includes abscess, metaplasia, and neoplasia while carcinoid is (medicine) a form of slow-growing tumour originating in the neuroendocrine system.