hyalinization


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hyalinization

[‚hī·ə·lə·nə′zā·shən]
(pathology)
Replacement of the normal components of cells or tissues by a hyaline material.
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Recently, in a histopathological, biochemical and immunological study carried out on the gastrocnemius muscle and myotendinous junction of DGR animals, similar alterations to those observed in humans affected by muscular dystrophy were observed, such as fibrosis, hyalinization, hypertrophy, necrosis, calcification and regeneration.
Previous studies mentioned that sodium cyclamate altered the blood glucose levels as well as the histology of pancreas showing hyalinization of pancreatic islets of langerhans8.
There were numerous stromal fenestrations with variable degrees of edema, stromal hyalinization and pseudocystic degeneration (Figure 2).
Underlying dermis and subcutaneous tissue showed granulomatous reaction with central necrosis, hyalinization, and peripheral epitheloid histiocytes with Langhans' giant cells.
Degeneration and hyalinization in muscle bundles of gizzard and pyknotic nucleus of proventriculus of quail (20-30%) was also observed at these doses.
In large or deep tumours degenerative changes like cysts, calcification, hemorrhage and hyalinization are described.
Some intestinal vessels along the serosa presented with hyalinization of the walls with mild leukocytic infiltrate of neutrophils featuring vasculitis.
Histological examination of the aorta revealed a markedly inflammation, fibrosis and hyalinization in all thickened layers of the aorta.
An OTM study in rats using intense force observed no hyalinization around the MB roots, (4) but direct bone resorption on the compressed side.
Although some areas of hyalinization were present, suggesting a tumor of mesenchymal origin, the cytology and cellularity of the mass were more typical of HPC.
3,4,6,7) Pleomorphism or atypia are not expected features, however, focal calcification, stromal hyalinization, and necrosis are sometimes present.
Active chronic inflammation and focal hyalinization were present in the other areas.