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(pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid

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However, use of MMC was associated with conjunctival epithelial damage, and it is characterized by nonhealing leaking blebs and the risk of an avascular bleb and bleb infection.
(27) Due to these features, trabeculectomy with adjuvant MMC has been associated with higher rates of thin avascular blebs, bleb leakage, and resulting complications like blebitis or endophthalmitis.
CT findings for blebs and bullae in children with spontaneous pneumothorax and comparison with findings in normal age-matched controls.
After removing the bandage, eye examination was done with particular attention paid to the condition of filtering bleb, cornea for striate keratopathy or oedema, anterior chamber depth and contents, pupil for reaction and shape.
Mantoux injection performed by the expert technician formed blebs similar in size to that with the adapter, further confirming the adapter's effectiveness when used by novice operators as well as minimizing mistakes by experienced injectors:
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The histopathologic features corresponding to the most common cause of pneumothorax are bullae and blebs. (7)
Analysis for the FE-SEM images of both sample preparation techniques was compared based on their degree of spread by phase contrast microscopy at 1000-5000x magnification and morphologic signs of cell deteriorations (plate and pellet drying artifacts, membrane blebs, and cytoplasmic vacuoles) [17].
Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome (BRBNS) describes a clinical entity that presents with cutaneous and visceral venous malformations, especially in the gastrointestinal tract.1 BRBNS can also present as cutaneous lesions only without systemic involvement.2
A conjunctival bleb is formed when there is a direct connection of the aqueous in the anterior chamber to the subconjunctival space.
[13] identified 3 patterns of submacular fluid: confluent fluid, a single discrete bleb of fluid and multiple blebs of fluid.
Blue-rubber bleb nevus syndrome, or "bean syndrome," consists of multifocal venous malformations in the skin and GI tract.
The fluid drains into a bleb, which looks like an elevation in the conjunctiva and tenons layer adjacent to the cornea.
There is multiple bleb formation in the cell membrane of the hepatocytes and swelling and rounding of hepatic cells are observed in group B (Fig.
Use of steroids after cataract surgery may delay healing and increase the incidence of bleb formation.