discoidal

adjective
dis·coi·dal | \dis-ˈkȯi-dᵊl \

Definition of discoidal 

: of, resembling, or producing a disk

First Known Use of discoidal

circa 1706, in the meaning defined above

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discoidal

adjective
dis·coi·dal | \dis-ˈkȯid-ᵊl \

Medical Definition of discoidal 

: of, resembling, or producing a disk especially : having the villi restricted to one or more disklike areas

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