cuboidal epithelial cell

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Synonyms for cuboidal epithelial cell

an epithelial cell that shaped like a cube

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Histologically, the mass consisted of diffuse, monolayered, well-differentiated, cuboidal epithelial cells organized in edematous connective tissue.
3,4,7) Two histopathologic subtypes have been described: Chondroid syringomas of apocrine origin exhibit ducts, with lumina lined by two layers of epithelial cells; those of eccrine origin characteristically have ducts lined by a single layer of flattened, cuboidal epithelial cells.
16,19) At low magnification the most striking pattern is that of various sizes of solid nodules of columnar or cuboidal epithelial cells forming nests or rosette-like structures with minimal stromal connective tissue.
The virus's preference for type II pneumocytes, alveolar macrophages, and nonciliated cuboidal epithelial cells in terminal bronchioles "may contribute to the severity of the pulmonary lesion," they noted.
Chondroid syringoma mostly occurs in the head and neck region (6,7,8) similar to our study and histologically shows tubules and cords of cuboidal epithelial cells embedded in an abundant chondromyxoid stroma.
Salivary duct cysts occur typically in close association with salivary gland tissue and possess partial or complete epithelial lining (thus distinguishing them from mucous extravasation cysts) ranging from 1 or 2 layers of flat to cuboidal epithelial cells, occasionally containing oncocyte-like cells, to thicker pseudostratified columnar epithelium or stratified squamous epithelium.
Microscopic examination of tissues revealed a mass that expanded the bronchial lumen and was composed of papillary proliferations of rows of small cuboidal epithelial cells that were small and uniform in size with a low mitotic index.
The surface and foveolar epithelium of the biopsies originating from the fundus showed increased numbers of intra-epithelial lymphocytes and cuboidal epithelial cells with degenerative changes (Figure 1).