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leucocyte

(esp US), leukocyte
any of the various large unpigmented cells in the blood of vertebrates
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The Differential Leukocytic Count (DLC) was carried out through blood slides stained with Wright's Stain.
The difference in leukocytic infiltration was significantly lower in the control group than in the other groups (p< 0,05).
Serhan, "Plasticity of leukocytic exudates in resolving acute inflammation is regulated by microRNA and proresolving mediators," Immunity, vol.
In the current study, neither age nor any of the pretreatment biochemical markers including haemoglobin, leukocytic count, platelet count, ALT, AST, albumin, INR, bilirubin, and PCR for HCV RNA showed significant correlation with treatment outcome.
Therefore, the leukocytic accumulation causing alveolar septal blockage and the disrupted alveolar epithelium, in this study, demonstrate the possible pathological effect of [PLA.sub.2] in Sri Lankan cobra venom on pulmonary tissue of mice.
The hystological examination of the tract of cord affected by the hematoma may show perivascular hemorrhagic infiltration, umbilical vessels compressed by the hemorrhagic effusion, fissures of the venous wall, alterations of the intima and middle tunica with the vessels wall markedly thinned by the reduction of the muscular component and also moderate inflammatory leukocytic infiltration of the umbilical vascular walls [12].
Cooke, "The leukocytic reaction of the human uterine cervix," American Journal of Reproductive Immunology, vol.
CD45, a pan leukocytic marker is present only on eEPCs and not on lEPCs or CECs [81, 88, 134].
In addition, 12 patients who needed dialysis had granular, waxy, leukocytic, and broad-cast cylinders.
Repeat endoscopy showed multiple ulcerated lesions of the gastric mucosa (Figure 1) with a biopsy that revealed necrotic debris with acute leukocytic exudate and numerous variably sized, 90-degree angulated fungal hyphae favoring mucormycosis (Figure 2).
Most prominently, pathological studies of cerebral vasculature have demonstrated necrosis of blood vessel walls with the destruction of the elastic and smooth muscle layer, without leukocytic infiltration of the blood vessel walls, commonly termed necrotizing angiitis or meth arteritis [3].

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