diapedesis


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diapedesis

[‚dī·ə·pə′dē·səs]
(medicine)
Hemorrhage of blood cells, especially erythrocytes, through an intact vessel wall into the tissues.
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1 is a sketch of the adhesion steps mediated by L-selectin, with later firm attachment and diapedesis accomplished by members of the integrin family.
sydneyi throughout the tissues is associated with hemocytic infiltration of the connective tissue, diapedesis across tubule epithelia (Kleeman et al.
Six pathologies of unknown etiology were also detected, including hemocytic neoplasia, basophilic inclusions in the digestive gland epithelium, metaplasia of digestive gland tubules, diapedesis, and diffuse and focal hemocyte infiltration.
Microscopic changes in connective tissue and digestive tubules are consistent with previous observations of herpesvirus infections in oysters including: diffuse to multifocal pertibular hemocyte infiltration, diapedesis, dilation of the digestive tubules, nuclear hypertrophy, and chromatin margination.