microanatomy


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microanatomy

[¦mī·krō·ə′nad·ə·mē]
(anatomy)
Anatomical study of microscopic tissue structures.
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Interspecific variation in the microanatomy of cosmetid harvestmen (Arachnida, Opiliones, Laniatores).
The attempt of the presented study is not to provide general statements on the microanatomy of the human middle ear but to introduce a very exact 3D model in high resolution based on histological sections and manual segmentation in terms of a proof of feasibility study.
Anatomy and microanatomy of the venous system of scrotal organs and spermatic cord.
The microanatomy of the lymphoepithelial tissue of Waldeyer's ring, most notably the lingual and palatine tonsils, may explain this finding.
Thanks to the beam power of the ESRF, they were able to reach submicron resolutions and accurately reconstruct the 3D arrangement of the long-bone microanatomy of this close relative of tetrapods.
Using electron microscopy, the team at Nottingham looked at donor eyes to study the layer and the surrounding microanatomy in more detail.
However, the visualization of the microanatomy of peripheral nerves is a matter of clinical relevance.
These cytokines not only are present in greater amounts but also are deposited in abnormal sites within the liver microanatomy [5].
Umansky, "Microanatomy of the anterior cerebral artery," Surgical Neurology, vol.
2006) and influenced brain microanatomy and cholinergic/dopaminergic neurochemistry in mice (Tayebati et al.
Thus, the current study used scanning electron microscopy (SEM) to investigate comparatively the microanatomy and distribution of antennal sensilla in two different populations of .4.
According to morphology or microanatomy of the genital system, we determined that all pups were female.