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reticular

[re′tik·yə·lər]
(biology)
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Kremer & Budras (1988) in Pekin drake stated that the other cell population in the interstitial tissue apart from the interstitial cells were few fibroblasts, reticular cells, macrophages, plasma cells, lymphocytes and formed elements of the blood.
The sample size was calculated by considering prevalence of reticular shadowing chest (x-ray=30%12, d=7% and n=165 children with pneumonia).
In the CT scans, we observed that more than 85% of the patients had some abnormality (mainly reticular opacities and GGO areas).
Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis (PAP): the presence of ground glass and/or consolidative infiltrates in patchy or diffuse distributions, reticular opacities or interlobular septal thickening present within the airspace infiltrates, creating a "crazy-paving" pattern on HRCT.
The cells are pleomorphic and consist mainly of large heterogeneous reticular cells (black arrow).
05) with reference to those with Hepatitis C; there was one case of a male with Reticular LP and another of a female with Erosive LP.
In particular, asymmetric, regional, and reticular patterns of pulmonary edema are commonplace in those with emphysema.
Below of the reticular zone, centrally in the organ, the medullar region comprising large chromaffin cells and numerous blood vessels was found (Figure 4).
Waking and the Reticular Activating System in Health and Disease.
It is our hope that this case report serves to broaden the differential diagnosis when assessing patients with reticular, hyperpigmented patches, so that a potential history of repeated exposure to a laptop computer or a heat source can be elicited (especially in southern states, where heater use is less common than in colder regions).