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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The slides were studied under light microscope for identification of syncytial knots, fibrinoid necrosis, stromal fibrosis, congestion and calcification per low power field 10x objective for general architecture and 40x objective for further (conformed fibrosis, calcification and congestions in the slide of abruption placenta).
Caption: FIGURE 2: Glomerulus with subendothelial edema towards the vascular pole and arterioles with luminal obliteration due to endothelial edema and fibrinoid necrosis.
Additionally, ANCA positivity correlates with what is typically observed in ANCA-associated vasculitis including fibrinoid necrosis and crescent formation [5-7].
There was no fibrinoid necrosis, leukocytoclasia or giant cells in the examined biopsy specimen.
Histology of the resected specimen showed fibrous tissue with chronic inflammation and fibrin deposition, and a nodular portion of focally ulcerated squamous mucosa with pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia, chronic inflammation, extensive fibrin deposition, and fibrinoid necrosis of blood vessels.
Necrobiotic granulomas is an another granuloma of unknown etiology in young diabetic people with central fibrinoid necrosis.11
Deep punch biopsy from vasculitic skin lesions showed segmental transmural inflammation of muscular arteries with fibrinoid necrosis with a polymorphonuclear infiltrate suggestive of a medium vessel vasculitis.
However vitrectomy would be easier waiting for a reduction of corneal edema, traumatic hyphema or fibrinoid reaction, and the spontaneous separation of the posterior vitreous.
This was explained based on the finding of fibrinoid necrosis in the pathological samples of evacuated hematoma [7,13].
In addition, there are clusters of large neoplastic cells throughout the capsule, adjacent to the luminal fibrinoid necrosis (hematoxylin and eosin, 100x).