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of or relating to cytoplasm

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Histologically, all tumors contained noncohesive cells with eccentric vesicular nuclei, prominent nucleoli, and fibrillar, eosinophilic cytoplasmic inclusions.
The longitudinal nuclear grooves and intranuclear cytoplasmic inclusions are typical features of papillary thyroid carcinoma (PTC) (6).
32) In contrast to the refractile and crystalline appearance of the cytoplasmic inclusions in CSH, the cytoplasm of granular cell tumor is more dense, homogeneous, and finely granular.
What do the cytoplasmic inclusion bodies found in neutrophilic leukocytes suggest?
4) However, because of the high rates of co-infection, a definitive diagnosis of CMV requires identification of CMV intranuclear or cytoplasmic inclusion bodies in transbronchial biopsy specimens (used in our patients) or open lung biopsy specimens.
Histopathologically, high nuclear-to-cytoplasmic ratios, prominent nucleoli, more reticular (less clumped, "clock-face"--appearing chromatin), and the presence of cytoplasmic inclusions are signs of cytologic irregularity indicative of malignancy rather than plasma-cell reactivity.
Signet ring lymphomas are proliferations of malignant lymphoid cells with cytoplasmic inclusions or vacuoles that displace the nucleus to the side of the cell, imparting a "signet ring" appearance.
Microscopic examination of H&E sections revealed numerous round, discrete, bluegray cytoplasmic inclusions in the hippocampal dentate gyrus approximately the size of dentate gyrus neuronal nuclei, compatible with Pick bodies (Figure 10, B).
The staining pattern included filamentous membrane-bound and free-floating virions and cytoplasmic inclusions, typical of the pattern in RSV-infected cells.
The nuclei contain dense, coarse nuclear chromatin and prominent, irregular eosinophilic nucleoli; they frequently show intranuclear cytoplasmic inclusions (figure 4).
Chronic, continuous, and systemic exposure to rotenone, commonly used as an insecticide in gardening, selectively inhibits complex I, causing selective degeneration of the nigrostriatal system with accumulation of cytoplasmic inclusions containing ubiquitin and [alpha]-synuclein (Betarbet et al.
The Tzanck smear must be performed by someone experienced in using the technique and interpreted by someone who can confidently and correctly distinguish herpesvivus nuclear inclusions from poxvirus cytoplasmic inclusions.
2,3) Although the efficacy of ERT in FD has been measured using numerous criteria, (3,4) levels of GL-3 cytoplasmic inclusions in the endothelium of PTCs are still considered of prime importance by the FDA.
No molluscum bodies were observed, but eosinophilic cytoplasmic inclusions were present in keratinocytes.
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