caruncular


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resembling a caruncle

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Signs and symptoms in the active phase include proptosis, lid hyperemia, periorbital edema, conjunctival hyperemia (particularly near the extraocular muscles), chemosis, caruncular edema, diplopia, corneal ulceration, and rarely vision loss due to optic nerve compression.
Adhesion (Phase 4) : Conceptus trophectoderm is firmly adhered to uterine LE on d 16 in caruncular and intercaruncular areas of endometrium and adhesion is complete on d 22 of pregnancy in sheep.
Protein, prostaglandin and steroid synthesis in caruncular and intercaruncular endometrium of sheep before implantation.
Authors of a recent comprehensive study have described detailed structure and microvascular architecture distinctions in bovine clone placentas (44), with the most significant ultrastructural findings referred to the presence of dilated caruncular crypts accommodating more than one primary villus with a lack of dense complexes of capillary loops and sinusoidal dilations in clone placentas.
The caruncular texture during 5th to 15th day postpartum revealed bright hyperechoic structure encircled with visible anechoic line (Fig.
Local experience with caruncular single injection peribulbar anesthesia
Tissue sections were stained with periodic acid-Schiff's reagent and immunostained to detect proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA, a marker of proliferating cells), followed by image analysis of uterine caruncular areas.
4); en la oveja multipara es llamativa la presencia de vasos sanguineos mas numerosos y mas prominentes tanto en la region caruncular como en la region intercaruncular (Fig.