lymphoid tissue


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lymphoid tissue

[′lim‚fȯid ‚tish·ü]
(histology)
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Carprofen administration at 2 mg/kg, 5 mg/kg, and 10 mg/kg IM daily for up to a week in pigeons appears to be associated with increases in mean plasma AST and ALT enzyme concentrations; mottled yellow livers, pale muscle injection sites, and small intestinal vascular congestion on gross pathologic examination; and histologic changes in the kidney (acute vascular congestion and reactive lymphoid tissue), liver (hepatic lipidosis, necrosis, portal hepatitis, and hepatocellular hydropic changes), and muscle injection sites (myodegeneration, myoregeneration, myositis, and fibrosis/fibroplasia).
Lymphoepithelial cysts are usually lined with a thin layer of stratified squamous epithelium, and the cystic wall contains a dense lymphoid tissue with a follicular pattern.
(1) Histologically the appendix can be distinguished from other intestinal duplications by the presence of a complete and separate inner and outer longitudinal muscle layer and the amount and arrangement of lymphoid tissue. In their classic work The Vermiform Appendix and its Diseases (2) Kelly and Hurdon examined 54 human embryos to explain the origin and development of the appendix.
In the first study, Cavert's team focused on the lymphoid tissue. The researchers wanted to find out whether drug regimens that clear HIV from the blood would also shut down HIV factories in the tonsils and lymph nodes.
Abbreviations: BT: botulinum toxoid; cCHP: cationic cholesteryl-group bearing pullulan; CCL: CC chemokine ligand; CCR: CC chemokine receptor; CT: cholera toxin; CTB: CT B subunit; GALT: gut-associated lymphoid tissue; Gp2: glycoprotein 2; [IgA.sup.+] B cell: IgA-committed B cell; IL: interleukin; LT: heat-labile enterotoxin; MALT: mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue; M cell: microfold or membranous cell; NALT: nasopharynx-associated lymphoid tissue; PP: Peyer's patch; RANK: receptor activator of nuclear factor [kappa]B; RANKL: RANK ligand; SIgA: secretory IgA; TGF-[beta]: transforming growth factor [beta]; Th: helper T; UEA-1: Ulex europaeus agglutinin 1; VHH: variable domain of llama heavychain antibody fragment.
Axial neuromas are associated with the loss of the normal mucosa and lymphoid tissue. Neurogenous hyperplasia may also cause intramucosal or submucosal proliferations resulting in tumor like nodules or diffuse expansion of lamina propria.
PI3K delta signaling is hyperactive in many B-cell leukemias and lymphomas and drives proliferation, survival and trafficking to lymphoid tissue. Idelalisib would be the first PI3K delta targeted therapy approved for iNHL in more than a decade.
Organized lymphoid tissue in the periphery of the normal lung is limited to sparse submucosal aggregates of lymphocytes and intraparenchymal lymph nodes.
An adenoid is a lymphoid tissue between the back of the nose and the throat.
Biopsy of the mass revealed lymphoid tissue completely effaced by medium-sized lymphoid cells and irregular nuclear membrane.
It was reported on Monday that Lupin, an India-based pharmaceutical company, has awarded the licensing rights of its Mucosa-Associated Lymphoid Tissue Lymphoma Translocation Protein one programme to AbbVie.
The thymus (in the chest cavity), spleen, bone marrow, and lymphoid tissue lining the intestinal tract are all part of this body-wide system.