These are Tuberculous granulomas, Lepromatous granulomas, Foreign Body granulomas, Necrobiotic
granulomas, Suppurative granulomas, Sarcoidal granulomas and Xanthgranulomas/ malakoplakia.
Cai, "Loop-mediated isothermal amplification for rapid detection of acute viral necrobiotic
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It consists of seventeen Arabic star names expanded like acronyms into short, acrostic aphorisms (for example, Gienah becomes "Gide, in extremis, necrobiotic
, Almost hegelian").
(echinocytic RBCs, spherocytes, and necrobiotic
Exposure to 3h anesthesia resulted in focally more extensive corneal injuries such as degenerative and necrobiotic
alterations in outer wing cells denuded after superficial cell loss (Figure 1(b), C, G).
Granuloma annulare is a self-limited necrobiotic
Histologic analysis demonstrated a palisading, necrobiotic
granulomatous dermatitis with increased interstitial mucin (highlighted by colloidal iron stain shown in inset) consistent with granuloma annulare (Figure 3).
Variations of enzyme activities in the hemocytes of scallop Chlamys farreri after infection with the acute virus necrobiotic
In rheumatoid patients, nodular lung disease in the form of necrobiotic
("rheumatoid") nodules can be encountered.
It is characterized by necrobiotic
changes in the dermis that extend down to the perichondrium; associated alterations are seen in the cartilaginous plate.
xanthogranuloma with paraproteinemia is a paraneoplastic disorder characterized is a paraneoplastic disorder characterized by progressive development of widespread nodules and plaques with ulceration and central atrophy.
Moreover, the renal tubular epithelia showed marked necrobiotic
changes with extensive proteinous cast accumulation in their lumina.