interstitium


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interstitium

The crossing, 1 in a cruciform church.
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On the thinner side, capillary endothelium and alveolar epithelium are closely positioned with tight junctions and basal membranes fused, whereas on the thicker side these structures are mediated by the protein-rich interstitium (37).
1 Interstitial pregnancy results when implantation occurs in the interstitium, the most proximal part of the fallopian tubes that is surrounded by the myometrium.
Interstitium showed marked inflammation and vascular congestion (p-value = 0.
A focally extensive area of pericapsular exudation was present in the left kidney, with fungal hyphae and infiltration of heterophils, lymphocytes, and macrophages through the capsule, extending into the subcapsular interstitium in the cortex.
While unlikely to reduce the initial extravasation of fluid into the interstitium, as a result of the capillary permeability in the burn wound itself, albumin does appear to ameliorate the impact of the reduced colloid osmotic pressure in unburnt tissues and notably in the lung, manifesting as reduced 'fluid creep', ventilatory requirements, and ultimately, mortality.
LV hypertrophy, expansion of the nonvascular cardiac interstitium leading to inter-myocardiocytic fibrosis, changes in vascular architecture and myocardial calcification.
Outlines of the tubules are remaining but loss of nuclear details and hemorrhagic with hemorrhagic interstitium.
They infiltrated through the interstitium as nests, cords, and single cells, with focal rosetting, reminiscent of Call-Exner bodies.
Independent of the underlying cause, the mutual specific picture is prominent fluid collection in the alveolar areas and interstitium in relation with alveolar capillary membrane injury (12).
In this group infiltration of interstitium with different inflammatory cells including some eosinophils (showing type hypersensitivity reaction) was also observed, particularly in the surroundings of necrotic tubules.