hemopoietic tissue


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hemopoietic tissue

[‚hē·mō‚pȯi′ed·ik ′tish·ü]
(histology)
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No histopathological changes, nor MCs/EGCs or active caspase-1 were found in the head kidney of the infected fish; nevertheless, the stroma of this hemopoietic tissue showed evidence of increased melano-macrophage-centres (MMCs).
In our patient, the remarkable amount of blood cells precursors obstructing the brain small vessels must be ascribed to their abundance in the bone marrow of a young subject as compared to that present in elderly patients observed by other investigators [10,11] in whom the hemopoietic tissue is largely replaced by fat [21].
In posterior kidney the control group showed multifocal tubular necrosis, necrosis and depletion of intertubular hemopoietic tissue and tubular epithelial lining contain hyaline droplets (Fig.
The trunk kidney had severe shrinkage of glomeruli hypoplasia of hemopoietic tissue as well as mild glomerular and tubular necrosis.
5A, pathological changes showed that the blood sinus and hemopoietic tissue of the sternum marrow in control group were rich, however, adipose tissues were rare.
(4,5) Trabeculae of bone are often lined by normal osteoblasts and osteoclasts, and intertrabecular spaces are often filled with normal connective tissues, including adipose, cartilage, and hemopoietic tissue. (3) These features seen in osteoma are challenging to differentiate from other diseases of bone, including ossifying fibroma, fibrous dysplasia, and metaplastic ossification.