cell pathology

cell pathology

[′sel pə′thäl·ə·jē]
(pathology)
Abnormalities of the events taking place within cells.
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OPMD is a neuromuscular disease that is caused by mutations in the gene coding for polyA-binding protein nuclear 1, or PABPN1, which can lead to formation of intranuclear inclusion bodies causing muscle cell pathology. Patients with OPMD may have swallowing difficulties with potentially life-threating consequences, including malnutrition and aspiration pneumonia.
Rumpelt, "Human chromophobe cell renal carcinoma," Virchows Archiv B Cell Pathology Including Molecular Pathology, vol.
Other articles discuss hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis, model systems to Investigate nutritional Interventions in mitochondrial OXPHOS deficiencies, new insights into GVHD and graft rejection, new insights into lymphoma pathogenesis, pathogenesis of peripheral T cell lymphoma, role of EMT in cancer, stem cell pathology, and Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis.
The "M" block project at the University of Western Australia sought to replace traditional show-and-tell methods of teaching students about cell pathology with practical sessions that would provide and demand a collaborative learning environment to analyze data on real patient blood samples.
Focal lesions: quantitative morphologic study of cell proliferation, " Virchows Archiv B Cell Pathology Including Molecular Pathology, vol.
Multifocal lesions: stathmokinetic and autoradiographic studies of cell proliferation, " Virchows Archiv B Cell Pathology Including Molecular Pathology, vol.
Covering such subjects as cardiovascular disorders, immune disorders and the basics of cell pathology, contributors provide succinct and dynamic visual descriptions of various diseases accompanied by facts about signs and symptoms, risk factors and causes.
A: The only diagnostic criterion, I believe, is the cell pathology. Some IPMTs never come back, and that clearly tells you it is a benign condition.
This R&D 100 Award winner could open the way to new techniques in optical storage, cell pathology, and semiconductor manufacture.
If confirmed, the findings could radically alter the prevailing view of sickle cell pathology in children, which today generally attributes any lag in school progress to the psychological stresses and missed school days common among youngsters with the disease.