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hyaline

[′hī·ə·lən]
(biochemistry)
A clear, homogeneous, structureless material found in the matrix of cartilage, vitreous body, mucin, and glycogen.
(geology)
Transparent and resembling glass.
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91 [micro]m], sigmoid to sway-back, smooth, hyaline, multiguttulate; wall thin; hilar appendix gradual, eccentric.
Hyaline membrane disease is confirmed by listening to the infant's lungs with a stethoscope, by analyzing blood gases and by examining x-ray images of the chest.
For the localized form of Castleman's disease, complete surgical resection is the mainstay of therapy with a 100% control rate for the hyaline vascular type and for patients with disseminated type; management includes a combination of radiation therapy, corticosteroids and chemotherapy.
It provides quantitation of erythrocytes and leukocytes, semi-quantitative assessment of bacteria, epithelial cells, and hyaline casts, and qualitative evaluation of pathologic casts, crystals, yeast, sperm, and mucus.
4] Presence of intratrabecular hyaline favours a diagnosis of HTT.
In patients with the acute/exudative phase showing hyaline membranes on biopsy, the differential is primarily with AEP, AFOP, and occasionally DAH (see respective sections below).
The complaint also alleges that beginning in January 2013 and continuing to at least June 2014, Meadlin began touting a purported "quantitative" trading strategy and a fictitious Hyaline Capital Quantitative Fund (HCQF) in email solicitations to more than two dozen prospective investors and in subscription hedge fund databases.
are long (400-3000 um), smooth, and hyaline, becoming darker at the apex and terminating in###guano
The matrix of acetabular cartilage samples demonstrated numerous round hyaline cartilage cells (nuclei stained blue) in the cartilage lacuna as single cells or isogenous groups [Figure 2]c.
UREDINIOSPORES globose to sub-globose, obovoid or ellipsoid or elongated ellipsoid, hyaline to light brown, 20-32.
Pileipellis a cutis, slightly gelatinized, composed of cylindrical, prostrate to anticlinal hyphae, hyaline to yellowish brown in mass, thin-walled, with smooth or incrusted walls, 1.
Histologically there are two forms; hyaline vascular and plasma cell type.