caseous


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Related to caseous: caseation, gangrenous necrosis, liquefactive necrosis
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of damaged or necrotic tissue

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Confirmatory diagnosis was made by biopsy and histopathology in all cases reported in literature with typical granulomatous lesion with caseous necrosis surrounded by epithelioid and Langhans-type giant cells.
5,10] Kidney size may either be increased due to caseous lesions or decreased due to autonephrectomy.
As host defenses decline, the granulomas grow, coalesce, and ultimately result in caseous necrosis.
Within these crypts, foreign particles, keratin, and exfoliated epithelium collect and calcify over time, changing from soft gels to caseous concretions known as tonsilloliths.
In HIV-positive individuals there is poor granuloma formation, little or absent caseous necrosis, poor containment of mycobacteria with large organism loads and haematogenous dissemination.
Caseated lymph nodes were enlarged, hard in consistency, indurated and contained greyish-white caseous mass.
These goats have Caseous lymphadenitis (CL), a common but highly contagious and chronic bacterial disease.
In all the patients with tuberculosis, caseous changes had affected many groups of visceral lymph nodes.
Finally, rabbit granulomas, with their caseous centers, closely resemble the human granuloma.
All Band-tailed Pigeons found dead or dying had clinical signs of trichomoniasis including low body weight, listlessness, caseous or cheesy, yellowish lesions in the mouth, throat, and around the beak, and tendency to fall over when forced to move (Stabler and Braun 1975, 1979; Cover et al.
The term caseous necrosis describes the remains of multiple dead macrophages at the centre of the granuloma.
These tuberculomas are composed of a necrotic caseous center surrounded by a capsule containing collagenous tissue, epithelioid cells, Langhans giant cells, and lymphocytes.
8) Thus, not many people use such CAs as haemal (~ blood), osseous (~ bone), caseous (~ cheese), etc.
28] Microscopic findings of TB involve chronic granuloma reaction with caseous formation.
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