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having a margin or fringe of hairlike projections

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We have also seen 2 examples with ciliated epithelium and one of these had an associated high-grade papillary adenocarcinoma with pancreatobiliary-type features.
Ciliated cells were more pronouncedly distributed in the marginal zone than in other zones, and more of these cells were observed in the inner epidermis than the outer epidermis.
Cells may vary between ciliated or nonciliated and columnar or low cuboidal, as was seen in all 3 cases presented here.
From TEM observation, the epithelial layer is composed of epithelial, ciliated, absorptive, and secretory cells.
The epithelial lining of the cyst wall is variable; in most cases, a pseudostratified ciliated columnar lining and a squamous epithelium are present.
brandaris different cell types: (a) granulated cells with large, and fine granules, (b) with a homogenous cytoplasm, (c) ciliated cells having no impact on the secretion and (d) empty cells.
As the name implies, the glands themselves are composed of ciliated respiratory epithelial cells, with lumina often filled with mucinous or amorphous debris (figure 2, B).
Impact of silver and copper on the survival of amoebae and ciliated protozoa in vitro.
Another difficulty encountered in the preparation of ciliated epithelia for SEM is the tendency for the cilia to stick together and for foreign particles to remain on the cilia.
Histopathology revealed that the cystic tissue was lined with ciliated, pseudostratified columnar epithelium.
The lesion was composed predominantly of adipose tissue and comprised multiple cysts with a lining epithelium rich in ciliated cells.
Ova (normal, infected and degenerating), granulocytes, large basophilic granular hemocytes and cell debris occurred in the ciliated gonad ducts.
Conservative drainage and marsupialization are adequate for the treatment of mucoceles that are lined by pseudostratified, ciliated, columnar epithelium.
Upon infection, B pertussis attaches to the ciliated epithelium of the upper respiratory tract, where the bacteria grow and produce a variety of virulence factors, such as adenylate cyclase, tracheal cytotoxin, and pertussis toxin.
There were increases of mucous vacuoles, damaged ciliated cells, and enlargement of vacuoles.