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fibroblastic

[¦fī·brə¦blas·tik]
(petrology)
Of a metamorphic rock, having a texture that is homeoblastic as a result of the development of minerals with a fibrous habit during recrystallization.
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Myxoinflammtory fibroblastic sarcoma is locally aggressive.
Ischemic fasciitis: A juxta-skeletal fibroblastic proliferation with a predilection for elderly patients.
The feature of AM cell composition in the presence of IM areas was the increased number of fibroblastic cells, to a greater degree due to immature forms (p=0.
Fluorouracil (5-fluorouracil, 5-FU) was initially known for its use as anticancer drug due to its anti proliferative and anti fibroblastic mechanism.
Total 50 cases of meningiomas were studied histologically, among them the most common variant is meningothelial meningioma, 32 cases (64%), followed by psammomatous consisting of 5 cases (10%), followed by angiomatous consisting of 4 cases (8%), followed by fibroblastic and atypical, each variant consisting of 3 cases (6%), followed by microcystic, clear cell, and papillary variant each consisting of 1 case (2%).
Fibroblastic reticular cells build and maintain connective tissues in lymph nodes and the spleen and guide the actions of immune cells that inhabit these tissues.
The isolated cells demonstrated fibroblastic morphology which when confluent appeared as spindle shaped cells (Fig.
Ovarian fibroma is a solid tumor that belongs to sex-cord stromal cell tumors of the ovary and comprises spindle shape fibroblastic cells and abundant collagen (1, 2).
27) As a result, polymerization of the fibrinogen to fibrin in the lake and Schlemm's canal was almost eliminated and removed the stimulus for fibroblastic proliferation.
The Rasasi Folklory Akhdar and Folklory Wardi Body Butter provide the skin a butterA[degrees]like texture that gets absorbed and stimulates fibroblastic function, increasA[degrees] es its tone and compactness and subsequently improves the structure and elasticA[degrees] ity of the skin.
Malignant fibrous histiocytoma (MFH) is an unusual type of renal sarcoma and is believed to arise from primitive mesenchymal cells that demonstrate both histiocytic and fibroblastic differentiation.
Desmoid tumours are a rare group of locally aggressive, non-malignant tumours of fibroblastic origin that can result in significant morbidity due to local invasion and may even result in a fatal outcome when located around a vital organ.

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