cytotrophoblastic cell

cytotrophoblastic cell
a type of polygonal, mononucleate cell resembling the cells of the cytotrophoblast, having prominent nucleoli and clear, eosinophilic or cyanophilous cytoplasm; one of the two cell types that compose a choriocarcinoma. Cf. syncytiotrophoblastic c.

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