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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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2] in fibroblasts resulting in increase in fibroblastic proliferation in presence of primary growth factors.
Electron microscopic examination revealed irregular, spindle-shaped, plump, or stellate fibroblastic cells arranged in fascicles, with thin cytoplasmic extensions and lacking external lamina.
After 10 days of isolation, all the cells in the culture medium attained spindle shaped fibroblastic morphology (Figure 1B).
However, the most typical abnormality is fibroblastic retinal detachment secondary to an ischaemic vasculopathy (9).
In another case of metallosis after knee arthroplasty with metal-on-metal impingement in a substitutive long-stemmed knee prosthesis, histology demonstrated numerous histiocytes with a large amount of dark pigment, multinucleated giant cells, abundant fibrosis and fibroblastic reaction, abundant metallic debris, and necrosis, (11) which is strikingly similar to our case.
The peripheral ossifying fibroma's histologic makeup is also similar to that of the other two lesions, insofar as it contains fibroblastic connective tissue, but this lesion also contains islands of osteoid and immature bone.
Nitroglycerin is believed to decrease pain, increase function, and promote healing through the promotion of fibroblastic synthesis of collagen.
This is how evasively the doctor explains his findings: "There are exudative and proliferative inflammatory alterations of the endocardium, consisting of neurotic debris, fibrinoid material and disintegrating fibroblastic cells.
Extreme prematurity and fibroblastic overgrowth of persistent vascular sheath behind each crystalline lens.
Then, fibroblastic cell proliferation occurs followed by osteoid formation and finally bone matrix development is seen.
Lung biopsy showed focal areas of fibrosis with fibroblastic foci small granulomas, non-necrotizing, and peribronchiolar lesions.
Pathology correlates with egg load and is completed by fibroblastic proliferation and abnormal collagen deposition.

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