hyaline membrane


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hyaline membrane

[′hī·ə·lən ′mem‚brān]
(histology)
A basement membrane.
A membrane of a hair follicle between the inner fibrous layer and the outer root sheath.
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Eosinophils are present within the hyaline membrane and alveolar space as well as in the interstitium, best seen in the lower left (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X400).
Prompt and early referral for lifesaving treatments, such as surfactant for hyaline membrane disease, and therapeutic hypothermia for asphyxia, is critical.
Hyaline membrane formation also characterizes the exudative phase.
The most frequent cause of death identified is Hyaline Membrane Disease, which is directly related to prematurity, and which decreased in 22.
Unfortunately, ARDS is accompanied by severe hypoxemia, with extensive tissue damage caused by the virus, characterized by necrotizing bronchiolitis, neutrophilic infiltrate, diffuse alveolar damage and hyaline membrane formation (19).
The twins suffered from respiratory distress syndrome, hyaline membrane disease, and intraventricular hemorrhage.
On the other extreme, the chapter on hyaline membrane disease describe outcome in Indian children, quoting on unconnected American Academy of Pediatrics reference.
Positive correlation between mature amniotic fluid optical density reading and the absence of neonatal hyaline membrane disease.
When symptoms of respiratory distress are present, hyaline membrane disease, aspiration, infections, cardiac malformations, and other possible causes of the symptoms need to be ruled out.
An autopsy was performed, which determined that the cause of death was hyaline membrane disease (diffuse alveolar damage), interstitial pneumonia and acute bronchopneumonia.