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hyalinization

[‚hī·ə·lə·nə′zā·shən]
(pathology)
Replacement of the normal components of cells or tissues by a hyaline material.
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Diabetic nephropathy, one of the causes of end-stage renal disease (ESRD) and frequently found in subjects with diabetes, is a condition characterised pathologically by hyalinisation of arterioles.
Gastric Schwannoma differs histologically from soft tissue Schwannoma by lacking the encapsulation and rarity of nuclear palisading, xanthoma cells, vascular hyalinisation and dilatation,7 but in our case , vascular hyalinisation and dilatation were seen.
Tumour in Trabecular Pattern with Intratrabecular Hyalinisation, Haematoxylin & Eosin (H&E), 10x
Some of these vessels showed perivascular hyalinisation of their vascular walls.
On histopathology, targetoid pattern (used by pathologist) comprising of prominent follicles with vascular proliferation and hyalinisation of the germinal centres resembling Hassall's corpuscles noted.
Hyalinisation of Villi: We observed increased incidence of Hyalinisation of Villi in severe preeclampsia cases compared to mild pre-eclampsia this findings are similar to study by Mujumadar et al (2005) wed did not find any association between its occurrence and fetal outcome.