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of or relating to histology

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The authors suggest that discarding over a third of the kidneys from deceased donors based upon histologic findings is not always severe enough to warrant that action and may be based upon other donor factors.
Researchers conducted the meta-analysis of 14 studies in 10,098 patients who had histologic regression of a primary melanoma and whose sentinel lymph node status was available.
The respective ORs for histologic improvement for vitamin E and the other treatments were 2.
1] Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) is the most common histologic type.
We describe a case of nodular fasciitis of the submental area, and we discus the clinical presentation and cytologic, histologic, and radiologic features of this uncommon condition.
6) The histologic subtype of thymoma was defined according to the new WHO histologic classification.
Those who achieved histologic remission on the diet were invited to undergo sequential reintroduction of each of the six food allergens, with endoscopies and biopsies to confirm their specific food triggers.
Additionally, PL-treated mice showed a significantly lower degree of histologic parameters of photoaging damage, including dermal elastosis, compared with positive control mice.
To assist in ensuring consistent, proper slide preparation, Histologic Preparations: Common Problems and Their Solutions showcases common problems and ways in which they may be prevented.
The most common histologic finding on the biopsies was chronic endometritis, which was defined as two plasma cells perendometrial sample, according to Dr.
Skin biopsy specimens were collected for histologic examination, and swabs of the exudates were submitted for bacterial culture.
It is accepted that different histologic subtypes of basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) exist, and that these subtypes differ in their biologic aggressiveness.
From each exposure concentration, 20 fish were sampled for whole-body thyroid hormone analyses, and a further 10 fish in each exposure group were fixed by immersion in 10% phosphate-buffered formalin for histologic examination of thyroid follicles, taking fish with an even distribution between the triplicate tanks.
Also a consistent finding since the beginning of the AIDS epidemic is a correlation with the histologic lymphoma subtype, prognosis, and CD4 T cells.