microanatomy

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microanatomy

[¦mī·krō·ə′nad·ə·mē]
(anatomy)
Anatomical study of microscopic tissue structures.
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The microanatomical features of the polypary of the octocoral Sarcophyton auritum (Fig.
OCT can also demonstrate a number of microanatomical features in diabetic macular edema, as well as areas of subclinical macular edema [44].
Their anatomical and microanatomical features reveal that these vertebrae probably belong to a non-marine "pythonomorph-lizard" (Houssaye et al., 2013).
Not until recently have we started to gain some insight of the 3-d microanatomical organization, the population dynamics and the regulatory roles of these specialized subsets.
The microanatomical features of the skin from each part of the bat body are as follows:
Long term choline alfoscerate treatment counters age-dependent microanatomical changes in rat brain.
Prognostic significance of microanatomical localization (whether they are subcapsular, parenchymal, or both) of occult metastatic deposits in axillary lymph nodes have been evaluated in the literature and results are conflicting.
Vascular beds differ in regard microanatomical structures.
[11-] UMANSKY F, GOMES FB, DUJOVNY M, DIAZ FG, AUSMAN JI, , , MIRCHANDANTI HG, BERMAN SK.The perforating branches of middle cerebral artery: a microanatomical study.