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Canine ductular bile, but not gallbladder bile, is supersaturated with calcium carbonate.
Given the failure of the sphincteric and ductular obstruction theories to fully explain the pathogenesis of alcoholic pancreatitis, the attention of researchers has shifted over the past 10 years toward the acinar cells, the most abundant cells in the pancreas.
A few ductular structures scattered through the tumor were lined with cuboidal-to-columnar epithelial cells with lower nucleus-to-cytoplasm ratios.
CA 19-9 is tumor associated, but not tumor specific and is synthesized by normal human pancreatic and biliary ductular cells as well as by gastric, colonic, endometrial, and salivary epithelia.
Light microscopy revealed portal tracts with hypoplasia of the interlobar bile ducts and a discrete ductular metaplasia surrounded by biliary fibrosis.
Tumors with 50% stromal mucin or less were regarded as adenocarcinoma with focal mucinous differentiation, and those tumors in which the mucin was intraglandular (confined to the lumen of well-formed ductular elements), we designated well-differentiated adenocarcinoma with intraglandular mucin.
Extensive bile duct injury and ductular proliferation reminiscent of sclerosing cholangitis was seen.
This enzyme is present in intra- and extrahepatic bile ductular cells and in hepatocytes.
Rare mixed tumors classified as hepatoblastomas with teratoid features show variable amounts of other heterologous elements such as stratified squamous, mucinous, and ductular cholangioblastic epithelium, immature neuroepithelium, neuroendocrine differentiation, and melanin pigment.
org 1,2,3,5,6,8 HEPATIC DUCTULAR HYPOPLASIA, SYNDROMATIC See: Alagille Syndrome HEPATOPHOSPHORYLASE DEFICIENCY GLYCOGENOSIS See: Glycogen Storage Diseases; Muscular Dystrophy HEREDITARY KIDNEY DISEASES See: Kidney Diseases, Hereditary HEREDITARY LEPTOCYTOSIS See: Cooley Anemia HEREDITARY NONPOLYPOSIS COLORECTAL CANCER See: Colon Cancer, Hereditary HERMANSKY-PUDLAK SYNDROME See also: Albinism & Hypopigmentation; Visual Impairments Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome Network Inc.
44,45) Intraperitoneal infection of newborn mice by rotavirus type A, likewise, leads to inflammation and injury of the extrahepatic biliary tree with subsequent development of fibrous obliteration of extrahepatic bile ducts as well as intrahepatic histologic changes, including fibrosis and ductular reaction, resembling human biliary atresia.
Eosinophilic, diastase-resistant, and positive periodic acid-Schiff (PAS) secretions are seen within the intracytoplasmic vacuoles, ductular structures, and extracellular microcystic spaces.
Tumor cells often invade the fibrous tissue of portal tracts within or outside the nodule, and detection of stromal invasion can be aided by the use of Victoria blue staining outlining residual portal tracts or by a lack of ductular reaction, which usually takes place around nonmalignant nodules, visualized by keratin 7/19 immunostaining (Figure 5, E and F).
org 1,2,4,6,8; worldwide referrals, guide for travelers HEMORRHAGIC NODULAR PURPURA See: Fabry Disease HEPATIC DUCTULAR HYPOPLASIA, SYNDROMATIC See: Alagille Syndrome HEPATOPHOSPHORYLASE DEFICIENCY GLYCOGENOSIS See: Glycogen Storage Diseases; Muscular Dystrophy HEREDITARY KIDNEY DISEASES See: Kidney Diseases, Hereditary HEREDITARY LEPTOCYTOSIS See: Cooley Anemia HERMANSKY-PUDLAK SYNDROME See also: Albinism & Hypopigmentation; Visual Impairments Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome Network Inc.
MUC6 stain was positive in small, pyloric, gland-like ductular structures embedded in the fibrous stroma (Figure 4, B).