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of or relating to histology

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Artur Zembowicz, MD, PhD, and Pushkar Phadke, MD, PhD, review clinical and histologic features of blue nevus, cellular blue nevus, and malignant blue nevus, emphasizing recently described variants and critical differential diagnoses.
Liposarcomas are classified into four distinct histologic types: well-differentiated, myxoid, round-cell, and pleomorphic.
Mesalamine is effective in producing both clinical and histologic remission in both forms of microscopic colitis.
Histologic examination of the lungs, spleen, and liver showed the existence of inflammatory infiltrates composed mainly of neutrophils, and in lower proportion, of lymphocytes and macrophages (Figure 1), suggesting the existence of an acute septicemic process.
We present a case of a sinonasal papilloma in which all three histologic subtypes were found within the same specimen.
At 48 weeks, histologic improvement had occurred in 72% of patients on entecavir, compared with 62% on lamivudine, a statistically significant difference.
Histologic examination was performed on formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue sections stained with hematoxylin and eosin.
Male rats treated with PCBs were markedly impaired in histologic structure of testes (Hany et al.
Based on these findings, histologic classification of endometriosis may help predict response to treatment, Dr.
Fibrosarcoma, liposarcoma, and leiomyosarcoma are the most common histologic subtypes.
This was mainly influenced by the lack of specific therapy for various histologic types and variants of NSCLC.
Major histologic lesions were acute pancreatic necrosis, multifocal necrotizing hepatitis, and lymphoplasmacytic encephalitis with neuronal necrosis.
A short discussion about the histologic evolution of traumatic fractures will help a pathologist know what to expect histologically, based on the time frames of development.