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macroscopy

[ma′kräs·kə·pē]
(science and technology)
The study or observation of objects visible to the unaided eye.
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Horse (1) Cytological (1) No adverse [65] and flow reactions cytometry analysis (2) MRI (2) Improved cartilage repair in BMAC group (3) Macroscopic (3) MRI: scoring increased defect fill, improved lateral integration (4) Histological (4) More type II scoring collagen, improved collagen orientation, more glycosaminoglycans in BMAC group Goat (1) Macroscopic (1) Macroscopy: [64] observation similar between empty defects and both HA groups.
(8,11) The macroscopy of NF is dependent on the relative amounts of myxoid, fibrous stroma, and the cellularity of the lesion.
Endoscopic images presented in their report show a hexagonal-shaped appearance, which is not similar to the macroscopy of gastric xanthomas.
From the results of electron macroscopy (Figure 5(a)), we could find electron-scarce cytoplasm and abundant late autophagic vacuoles (autolysosomes), characterized by single limiting membrane surrounding the electron-dense mitochondria debris, in hepatocytes from mice by GalN/LPS administration.
Organoleptic Analysis: Organoleptic analysis involved the use of sight, smell, taste, touch and macroscopy of crude drugs to evaluate plant materials often comparing the properties of a known sample with that of a reference standard.
Time of accident N % Prior to procedures 2 2.2 Preparation of tools 2 2.2 During procedures 65 71.4 Executing clinical procedures 31 34.1 Executing surgery procedures 28 30.8 Reflow of saliva ejector 4 4.4 Patient's sneeze 1 1.1 Working on macroscopy 1 1.1 Posterior to procedures 46 50.5 Cleaning of instruments 30 33.0 Disposing of sharp and cutting wastes 5 5.5 Disposing of wastes 5 5.5 Re-wrapping needles 3 3.3 Cleaning the place 3 3.3 * More than one alternative could be mentioned.
27/81 patients had microscopic ileal abnormalities with normal macroscopy. Their histological diagnoses were CD (18/27), ileitis due to resolving infection (5/27) and drug-induced ileitis (4/27).
De Quadros Uzeda-Gonzalez et al., "Macroscopy and light microscopy of the discomallear ligament passing through the petrotympanic fissure in human fetuses," European Journal of Anatomy, vol.
Where one or more of the above-mentioned symptoms exist, the urine should be tested by microscope (microscopy), urine dip (macroscopy) and by a culture and sensitivity (C&S) test.
After digitizing the macroscopy and microscopy images, thicknesses (leaf blade, epidermis, hypodermal tissue, midrib and sclerified layer), areas (leaf blade, vascular bundle and stoma), leaf width and length, and stomatal density (Fig.
Macroscopy. In macroscopic examination of tibias in postoperative 2, 4, and 6 months just immediately after euthanasia, it was seen that the implant area and the pores of the implant were covered by the bone tissue completely.