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Case of Fungal Bursitis showing Areas of Necrosis with Fungal Hyphae (100x)
Caption: Figure 1: Histological examination of gastric biopsy showed areas of ulceration and necrosis with inflammatory granulation, within areas of necrosis are seen many broad aseptate fungal hyphae of mucor
3) Increases in activities of aspartate aminotransferase due to hepatic invasion by fungal hyphae and in creatine kinase due to emaciation and physical exertion can be seen.
Louis; SyMyco research and production are focused on mycorrhizal fungi which expand a plant's roots by adding thousands of absorbing fungal hyphae.
Healthy soil samples like that on the forest floor can contain more than a billion bacteria, thousands of protozoa, several yards of fungal hyphae, and dozens of nematodes including hundreds if not thousands of different varieties of each.
Both board segments showed a significant amount of decay, where SEM images showed the presence of fungal hyphae inside the boards, particularly the segment exposed in shadow.
Fungal hyphae (filaments) can be seen in biopsied lung tissues, and there may be evidence of Aspergillus galactomannan antigen in respiratory fluids or blood.
Fungal hyphae are visible on a potassium hydroxide preparation.
Fungal hyphae and epithelium were found in corneal smear [Figure 1]g and [Figure 1]h.
Fine roots and fungal hyphae do not live long in soil but are fairly quickly replaced by new roots and microorganisms.
In a second post dated July 28, Mercado cited the results of the test conducted by the University of the Philippines Natural Sciences Research Institute Microbiological Research and Services Laboratory which said that the foreign matter in the milo tetra pack revealed that it was a mass of fungal hyphae.
Histologic examination of the failed graft revealed skin with surface ulceration, focal abscess formation, deep penetrating acute and chronic inflammation with numerous eosinophils, and granulomatous changes demonstrating a foreign body-type reaction to fungal hyphae (highlighted by periodic acid-Schiff staining, Figures 1A-E).
There is beauty in the delicate lacework of fungal hyphae invading a blood vessel, the structure of the normal cerebellum, and the desperate drive of metastasizing cancer cells.
35) The fungal hyphae and pseudohyphae form large structures that cannot be fully ingested by PMNs and macrophages.