fibrinoid


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fibrinoid

[′fī·brə‚nȯid]
(biochemistry)
A homogeneous, refractile, oxyphilic substance occurring in degenerating connective tissue, as in term placentas, rheumatoid nodules, and Aschoff bodies, and in pulmonary alveoli in some prolonged pneumonitides.
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Inflamatuvar nodullerde degisen derecelerde fibrinoid nekroz, lokositoklazi, odem ve inflamatuar hucreler iceren nekrotizan arterit izlenir.
A stereological method for testing whether or not there is random deposition of perivillous fibrin-type fibrinoid at the villous surface: description and pilot applications to term placentas.
When compared to the competition, VESTAsync shows superior healing, lower inflammation, 75 percent less fibrinoid deposition (a marker of delayed healing) and early efficacy results that are comparable to currently FDA approved DES.
Histologic results showed extensive fibrinoid vascular necrosis, thrombosis, and hemorrhage throughout the gastrointestinal tract and kidneys, as well as granulomatous lymphadentitis of the mesenteric lymph nodes.
Structural changes include medial hypertophy, intimal proliferation, fibrosis, luminal occlusion, angiomatoid changes and eventially fibrinoid necrosis.
The process then extends to the adjacent soft tissues and muscles, resulting in collagen hyperplasia and fibrinoid degeneration.
3), (4) It is postulated that a generalized vasculitis involving inflammatory fibrinoid deposits affects the smooth muscle of the small intestine, leading to small bowel obstruction.
The lymphoma frequently demonstrates ulceration, angiocentricity, and angioinvasion with fibrinoid and coagulative necrosis.
To further support this diagnosis of OvHV-2 infection, we attempted to detect viral DNA in the vascular wall of the foal's hepatic arterioles that contained fibrinoid necrotizing lympho-histiocytic vasculitis by using laser capture microdissection on sections stained with hematoxylin and eosin (10).
Anthrax vasculitis was identified as a key pathologic lesion in the Sverdlovsk casesand wascharacterized by fibrinoid necrosis of the vessel wall with mild neurotrophic and moderate macrophage infiltration.
Colonoscopy revealed scattered areas of edema and colon biopsy showed severe vasculitis involving the small vessels of fragments of colonic mucosa and submucosa with leukocytoclastosis and fibrinoid necrosis.
The surface is ulcerated and covered by fibrin and/ or fibrinoid necrosis overlying an exuberant granulation tissue.