2 cm CVRL, atrium was composed of mesenchymal tissue
Both postnatal groups showed ductal epithelium as well as mesenchymal tissue
association with histogenesis of islets.
Pieces of cartilage are visible in a scattered fashion in the mesenchymal tissue
of the skull in which some areas contain perichondrium, whereas in the articular cartilage, there is no perichondrium.
2) On samples from fine-needle aspiration biopsy, there is a usually mesenchymal tissue
with a chon droid appearance and an epithelial component.
1,2,4,5,7-22) As part of the intermediate filaments family, different CKs were shown to be expressed in both benign and malignant mesenchymal tissue
Adipose tissues can be admixed with other mature benign mesenchymal tissue
thus, necessitating sub-classification.
Paltauf felt that the failure of mesenchymal tissue
between the thyroid and trachea to properly develop allows the primitive thyroid to adhere to the trachea, permitting caudal ingrowth into the trachea between the cartilage rings.
Pulmonary hamartomas are common benign tumors considered to originate from primitive mesenchymal tissue
Synovial sarcoma is an aggressive tumor that originates in the mesenchymal tissue
Cavernous hemangioma, a subtype of hemangioma, can occur in mesenchymal tissue
in any part of the body.
Histologically, the second sample appeared to consist of cellular mesenchymal tissue
with a focal area of cartilaginous differentiation.
The positivity of epithelial lining for cytokeratin and carcinoembryonic antigen (4) and the appearance of the stroma, similar to mesenchymal tissue
in the fetal gallbladder, support the hypothesis that remnants of primitive hepatobiliary cells constitute the progenitor of the hepatic cystadenoma.