cellular infiltration


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cellular infiltration

[′sel·yə·lər in·fil′trā·shən]
(medicine)
Passage of cells into tissues in the course of inflammation.
Migration of or invasion by cells of neoplasms.
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H and E staining of biopsies taken from Group 4 rats on day 98 revealed mostly well-formed, intact, and often nucleated fat cells, as well as a small amount of cellular infiltration and fibrosis [Figure 7c and d].
In contrast, tangeretin attenuated inflammatory scores, cellular infiltration, mucus secretion, and restored lung histology to near normal control.
Caption: FIGURE 1: Liver histopathology H&E (x20 magnification), (a-b): normal liver, (c-d): bridging necrosis, fibrosis, and cellular infiltration in portal area (pa) (arrow), central venous (CV), (e-f): decreased bridging necrosis, fibrosis, and cellular infiltration in portal area (pa) (arrow).
In the present study no significant changes were observed in the gill tissues of the control group of fish while fish exposed to CYP for 96 h showed cellular infiltration congestion swollen tip of the gill filament hererophilic infiltration and gill damaged.
Histological studies showed intense proliferation of mature fibroblast and reduced cellular infiltration along with extensive neovascularisation in laser treated group of calves as compared to control group of calves.
The removal of donor cellular material including major histocompatibility complex (MHC) proteins is performed to theoretically minimize immunological response in ADM recipients [3] and promote revascularization and cellular infiltration [4], thus yielding clinically promising materials for soft tissue reconstruction, wound healing, and tendon augmentation [5-24].
Our hypothesis declared that where there is no heavy cellular infiltration, the basement membrane was apparent, whereas in other areas where the basement membrane was hidden by heavy cellular infiltration, this membrane was obscured.
The liver of the APAP exclusively intoxicated rats showed moderate portal congestion with periportal hepatic necrosis, cellular infiltration, and foci of haemorrhage into the hepatic parenchyma.
In many of these approaches, the eventual distribution of vessels within a thick structure is reliant on in vitro cellular infiltration and self-organization of the cell mixture.
Mild generalized diffuse cellular infiltration was present in the tissues and in between the organs.
Acute IR irradiation also increases new, leaky vessel formation and induces inflammatory cellular infiltration and (b) Heat energy, which increases skin temperature, also increases MMP-1, -3, and -12, and modulates elastin and Fibrillin synthesis, resulting in the development of solar elastosis.
This material (Gore BioATM tissue reinforcement) is composed of a web of bioabsorbable copolymers that provide a matrix that facilitates cellular infiltration and tissue generation and is no longer present to any significant degree in approximately six months.

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