Definition of monomorphous in US English:

monomorphous

adjective

Biology
  • See monomorphic

    • ‘The cells were monomorphous with oval nuclei, but also showed elongated and spindled features.’
    • ‘The relatively monomorphous cell population of epithelioid sarcoma contrasts with the mixed complement of inflammatory cells often observed in granulomatous inflammation.’
    • ‘The biopsies from the gastric lesion showed a marked expansion of the lamina propria due to an infiltration of monomorphous cells with eosinophilic cytoplasm and eccentric nuclei.’
    • ‘These lesions were characterized by a monomorphous pattern of slender, elongated spindle cells in a sclerotic stroma.’
    • ‘Cytologie preparations contained a predominantly monomorphous population of tumor cells with moderate eosinophilic cytoplasm with fine, elongated cytoplasmic processes.’

Pronunciation

monomorphous

/-fəs/