hyalinization


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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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According to World Health Organization's (WHO) classification of Endocrine Organ Tumors, HTT is described as "an uncommon tumor of follicular origin characterized by trabecular pattern of growth and marked intra-trabecular hyalinization (3).
Kuijpers-Jagtman, "Focal hyalinization during experimental tooth movement in beagle dogs," American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, vol.
Caption: Figure 2: Focal areas of stroma displaying hyalinization (arrowheads).
A study involving 16 male golden retriever dogs deficient in dystrophin aged five to 51 months showed, in the histopathological analysis, the presence of hyalinization and necrosis of muscle fibers as well as an increase of inflammatory cells, particularly mononuclear cells.
Plaques were mainly fibrotic with partial hyalinization and myxoid changes.
Caption: Figure 3: Colonic ulcer biopsy demonstrating ischemic morphology with hyalinization of the lamina propria and atrophic crypts.
Hematoxylin-eosin staining highlighted the bone formation and hyalinization without osteoblasts (Figures 4(a), 4(b), and 4(c)).
Histologically, we saw the proliferation of short spindle and polygonal cells on a background of abundant vessels showing vascular mural hyalinization (Figure 5).
CsA causes nephrotoxicity which is characterised by arteriolar hyalinization, shrunken glomeruli and stripped tubular necrosis.
The results revealed that in the irradiated group (Group II), the myocardial muscles were necrotic with leucocytes infiltration, fibrinoid necrosis in coronary vessel, edema and hyalinization of myocardial muscles were remarked which is in agreement with the previous results observed by Baker et al.