1: of, relating to, or being tissue (as of the lymph nodes or thymus) containing lymphocytes
2: of, relating to, or resembling lymph
Examples of lymphoid in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebThose cells prefer to hang out in lymphoid tissues and organs like the spleen, where your body kills viruses, bacteria, and other microorganisms that cause disease.
Mallory Creveling, Health.com, 16 Apr. 2020 Dria needs specialized care as she was born without a thymus, a primary lymphoid organ that generates mature T lymphocytes.
Julie Gallant, Ramona Sentinel, 12 June 2018 Dria needs specialized care as she was born without a thymus, a primary lymphoid organ that generates mature T lymphocytes.
Julie Gallant, Ramona Sentinel, 12 June 2018 Both areas are made of the same lymphoid tissue at particular risk for HPV infection, and are part of what specialists call Waldeyer’s Ring.
The Washington Post, The Denver Post, 2 Apr. 2017 It could be related to allergies or structural abnormalities such as nasal polyps or enlarged adenoids, which are lymphoid tissues behind the nose.
Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati.com, 26 June 2017
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