cellular infiltration


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cellular infiltration

[′sel·yə·lər in·fil′trā·shən]
(medicine)
Passage of cells into tissues in the course of inflammation.
Migration of or invasion by cells of neoplasms.
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Thus, the increased levels of these cytokines indicate increased cellular infiltration and inflammation.
The observation of shortening and merging in the villi due to the loss of cells and highly atrofic appearance of tunica mucosae is followed by another observation that villi epithelial cells have rubbed off or from place to place, lost completely; mononuclear cellular infiltration as well as heavy capillary congestion and dilatation were observed in lamina propria.
Moderate generalized diffuse cellular infiltration was present in the tissues and in between the organs.
CAPE treatment preserved the histological picture of the brain with absent inflammatory cellular infiltration and intracellular edema (Figure 2, right).
Histologically, light cellular infiltration with loose granulation tissue was observed in the control group with moderate neovascularization and epithelialization by the seventh day.
Although the rapid decline in his ambulatory status may not be explained completely by the chronicity of tophaceous gout, it does perhaps suggest that the tophus was undergoing a phase of acute inflammation, with cellular infiltration and inflammatory exudate formation, producing pain and resulting in a critical size increase, which was sufficient enough to produce clinical evidence of cord compression.
Characterization of murine cytomegalovirus myocarditis: cellular infiltration of the heart and virus persistence.
Product efficacy is evaluated clinically with a slit lamp and by measuring cellular infiltration and protein concentration in the aqueous humor, and gauged against clinically proven references such as dexamethasone, methyl-prednisolone or ketorolac.
The heart tissues were harvested for hematoxylin and eosin staining and Masson trichrome staining to compare the extent of inflammatory cellular infiltration and fibrin deposition among groups and for scanning transmission electron microscopic examinations to see the ultrastructural changes after CME.
IL-17 signaling to dermal fibroblasts promotes cellular infiltration, as well as increased accumulation of IL-17-producing cells in the skin.
Cellular infiltration with polymorphs in SA node, AV node and bundle branches noted in 3 cases with survival period of over 36 hours; this focal myocarditis could be an inflammatory response due to the direct toxic action of the poison.
Hyperplasia of epithelial mucous glands, thickness was increased due to cellular infiltration and oedema.

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