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interstitium

The crossing, 1 in a cruciform church.
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Fluid volume overload increases movement of fluid into the interstitium and generates oedema.
When capillary fluid filtration exceeds reabsorption, fluid accumulates within the interstitium over time if it were not for the lymphatic system that removes excess fluid from the interstitium and returns it back to the intravascular compartment.
However, salt is also stored in cells and in the interstitium, the area between cells in the body.
KS has a tendency to proliferate in the interstitium as well as the peribronchial and perivascular lymphatics resulting in bilateral reticulonodular infiltrates with a predilection for the perihilar area and lower lung fields.
Fibrin deposits are a characteristic of rheumatoid synovial tissues, and autoantibodies to citrullinated human fibrin are secreted locally in the synovial tissue interstitium.
He examines traditional sheltering rituals from around the world that are based on migration, transformation, and metabolism; how urban growth has changed the way people live throughout history, looking specifically at present-day Los Angeles; how designers can use the "solar envelope" to use solar power; and the concept of the architectural interstitium.
3) The interstitial nephritis does not seem to be due to infection of the renal parenchyma but rather an immune response targeting the interstitium.
Two days after the stem cell implantation, the researchers extracted the kidney area from the embryos and, after incubating it for six days, discovered the development of nephrons, or an excretory unit of the kidney, and the surrounding interstitium.
This disorder has characterized by the proliferation of LAM cells (an abnormal smooth muscle cells, specifically stained with HMB 45antibody) that invades the tissue of the lungs, in particular pulmonary interstitium and lymph vessels.
Part of the pathogenesis of IC involves damage to the epithelial layer of the bladder, resulting from some type of insult to the bladder, so potassium leaks into the interstitium, continuing the vicious cycle of bladder injury.
Examples are diseases of the airways, diseases of the interstitium (the space between tissues), or disorders of the pulmonary circulation, the ventilatory apparatus, or gas exchange.
The cardiomyopathy associated with this disease is due to infiltration of amyloid in the myocardium interstitium, leading to diastolic dysfunction progressing to restrictive cardiomyopathy and heart failure.