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Synonyms for histological

of or relating to histology


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All the normal and abnormal histological features were noted to make the diagnosis.
A detailed histological examination of post-revascularization graft biopsies was performed and looked for the following:
In caeca, the only histological difference was the absence of lymphatic tissue in the lamina propria of day old birds than in the adult birds.
sup][3],[4] Intramedullary osteosarcomas extend into the normal marrow, and a histological understanding of how the tumor extends into the marrow could help in surgical planning.
These samples were subsequently processed and stained with eosin and hemotoxylin staining for histological assessment.
In 56(28%) of the patients the histological diagnosis was focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS), followed by membranous nephropathy (MN) 28(14%) minimal change disease (MCD) 25(12.
4) A better delineation of the histological features of treated leprosy lesions may enable us to understand more about the complex immunological changes in leprosy.
The cases were analysed according to clinical presentations and histological pattern of systemic lupus erythematosus nephritis.
The biochemical analysis revealed significant increased ALT AST and bilirubin, which supported the histological findings that nickel sulphate, is hepatotoxic.
Editor's Note: "This meta-analysis revealed that vitamin E supplementation resulted in significant improvements in histological parameters in NASH patients," the authors conclude.
Based on their histological organization, each secondary cartilage end displays the configuration of a physis with its five areas of histological differentiation: reserve zone I, proliferation II, hypertrophy III, calcification IV, and vascular invasion V [14].
In our study we intended to detect the typical histological findings of placenta of pregnancies associated with IUGR, The findings provide a record and can be used to plan the future care of mother and child.
The Question: Are the histological changes seen in the esophagus of children with gastroesophageal reflux (GER) worse the greater the child's symptoms?
7] showed that a serum PSA level of >30 ng/ml alone had a positive predictive value (PPV) of 90% for a biopsy diagnosis of ACP, while a level of >60 ng/ml had a PPV of 98%, suggesting that highly elevated PSA can be used as a surrogate for the histological diagnosis of ACP [7]