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thymic

Line breaks: thym¦ic
Pronunciation: /ˈθʌɪmɪk
 
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Definition of thymic in English:

adjective

Physiology
Relating to the thymus gland or its functions: decline in thymic activity associated with age
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  • Progressive growth of a spontaneous T cell lymphoma, designated as Dalton's lymphoma, causes suppression of immune responses and thymic atrophy.
  • In addition to the alveolar epithelial cells, host immune cells located outside the lung, such as splenic and thymic cells, undergo apoptosis during influenza infections.
  • Final diagnoses included one bronchogenic cyst and one combined bronchogenic cyst and thymic hyperplasia.

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