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histopathology

[‚hi·stō·pə′thäl·ə·jē]
(pathology)
A branch of pathology that deals with tissue changes associated with disease.
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Regions of interest were also investigated histopathologically by Pfahler et al (2003) in relation to their clinical relevance by taking tissue blocks from areas of the labrum.
These previous studies shows that mesenchymal stem cell are immune privileged, which are also confirmed in our study as there was not any rejection phenomenon observed either clinically or by histopathologically during the whole study in rat model.
Histopathologically, sebaceous carcinoma is characterized by an infiltrative tumor composed of pleomorphic basaloid cells with focal sebaceous differentiation.
Our recent data indicate that AE diagnosed only histopathologically is not reported by pathology institutes, a presumption suggested by Jorgerson et al.
The results, based upon approximately 4,000 histopathologically confirmed samples, demonstrated excellent performance in differentiating 10 breast tissue types in real time.
Histopathologically, early atherosclerotic changes were observed in HC control group represented by endothelial damage and thickened foam cells while propolis or TQ provided protection against the HC-induced damage.
Most cases with synovial metastasis, specifically of the knee joint, from a lung primary demonstrated adenocarcinoma features histopathologically, followed by squamous cell carcinoma features.
Histopathologically myofibrosarcomas are characterized by a cellular proliferation of spindle-shaped cells arranged in intersecting fascicles and sheets within scant collagenous to myxoid stroma.
Although the patient's medical history and MRI findings were suggestive of the diagnosis, biopsy samples were histopathologically assessed to better establish the final status of the lesion, and showed fibrotic tissue remnants.
There has been only one report of PEIR in the primary dentition [Seow and Hackley, 1996], however this case presented unconventionally as an acute infection shortly after eruption of the second primary molar and resorption was shown histopathologically in the extracted tooth.
21) studied patients diagnosed histopathologically with malignancies.
Heavy intravascular monocytic infiltrates provoking inflammatory lesions to the endothelium of the lungs, but without markerd sequestration of parasitized red blood cells in the pulmonary microvasculature were histopathologically observed in a single fatal case of vivax malaria (17).