intercapillary


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intercapillary

[¦in·tər′kap·ə‚ler·ē]
(anatomy)
Located between capillaries.
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Grade I-Flat transparent acetowhite epithelium, fine calibre and regular vessels with small intercapillary distance.
Thus, it appears that in majority of cases of chronic focal glomerulonephritis, there are diffuse intercapillary deposits associated with the focal lesions.
3) However, many cases have been described in the literature in which intercapillary, nodular glomerulosclerotic lesions, resembling KW morphology, were present without any history of diabetes before biopsyproven diagnosis.
The possible reason the concentration of serum IL-6 in patients with HFRS increased at early stage is that, after the HFRS virus infects the body, it proliferates in immune cells, fibroblast cells, epidermic cells, and intercapillary cells.
There are suggested also direct effects of oxygen deficiency on the cells which lead to glycolysis followed by acidification of intercapillary spaces and subsequent necrosis resulting from intra and extracellular leakage of lysosomal enzymes.
Large biopsy is reserved for lesions showing colposcopic evidence of microinvasion, such as abnormal vascular patterns marked by corkscrewing, marked dilation, or increased intercapillary distance.
Interinstrument and intercapillary reproducibility (CVs) of the migration time has ranged from 0.
A moderately coarse punctation vascular pattern with wide intercapillary distances was noted.