catla exposed to different concentrations of BPA showed changes in normal architecture of liver, dilated blood vessels and sinusoids, congestion of central vein
, increased vacuolization and necrosis.
Hepatic Necrosis and great rupture of the central vein
with presence of Haemorrhage were also observed in liver tissue (Fig.
In patients with ipsilateral arteriovenous hemodialysis access, high blood flow may overwhelm the capacity of the compromised central veins
resulting in symptomatic and clinically significant venous hypertension more frequently due to pacemaker-related CVO.
They reported that size of parenchyma cells and diameter of central vein
and xylem of roots were reduced in Sorghum bicolor L.
As the limits of the lobule in mouse liver are not well determined, a lobule was defined as a 10-cell radius from the central vein
towards its periphery, thus having a uniform area for analysis, in where 10 hepatic lobules per animal were observed.
The central surface of the central vein
is composed of cells lacking epicuticular wax and papillae (Fig.
The ectatic sinusoids and central veins
have focal aggregations of elastic fibers in their walls close to the lumens, and the central veins
can be distinguished from the ectatic sinusoids by larger diameters and the characteristic centripetal arrangement of the hepatocellular trabeculae.
Intravitreal triamcinolone acetonide for treatment of serous macular detachment in central vein
Non-treated mice liver showed normal structure represented by hepatic lobules with semi circular central vein
in the center hepatic cells arranged in strands blood sinusoids in between the hepatic cells and portal canals at the periphery of hepatic lobules.
We present a case of hydrocephalus consequent to central vein
thrombosis that is rarely seen in an adult hemodialysis patient and which causes neuro-psychiatric symptoms.
An AVF with collateral veins on the chest wall might be a sign of central vein
At the center of the lobule was the central vein
(terminal hepatic venule).
: Blood exits each liver lobule by way of the central vein
, which feeds into the hepatic vein.
Associated with conditions such as hypertension and diabetes mellitus, CRVO occurs when the central vein
that carries blood away from the retina, the light-sensitive tissue in the back of the eye, becomes blocked.