trichrome


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Synonyms for trichrome

having or involving three colors

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As stained by H&E and Masson's trichrome in lungs, the pathologic scores of alveolitis and fibrosis were evaluated (Table 1).
Laboratory analysis of 3 corneal scrapings collected from 2 affected local players and 1 Malaysian player who sought treatment at a private eye center in Singapore revealed microsporidial sporelike structures by microscopy with modified trichrome staining.
The fibrous nature of the cyst wall is confirmed with the trichrome stain.
In the present study, we examined pathological lung lesions from 3-month H&E slides and also performed trichrome staining for collagen and Perls blue staining for ferric Fe at 1 week, 1 month, and 3 months in order to understand the time course of the development of fibrosis and accumulation of ferric Fe.
In the section representing the 30 minutes reaction time the fibrin accumulation at the borders of the incision appears stained in red by the Mallory's Trichrome stain mixture (Figure 1a); On the other hand, there is no fibrin accumulation in the borders of the incision inflicted after death (Figure 1b) and the whole tissue appears stained in blue.
The special stains used were Periodic acid Schiff's reaction (PAS) and Gomori's trichrome stains.
The initial morphological diagnosis of all the 32 cases includes 9 females, were carried out using routine H a E, PAS, and Masson's trichrome stains.
0), dehydrated in a series of increasing concentrations of ethanols, embedded in paraffin wax, sectioned transversely at 6 [micro]m, and stained with Mallory's trichrome.
Samples were then sectioned at 40-200 [micro]m intervals and stained with Mayer's hematoxylin and eosin, Masson's trichrome, and silver (Holmes' silver nitrate method).
For permanently stained preparations, Masson's trichrome stain is optimal as it is generally available and readily demonstrates the ameba's typical nuclear morphology consisting of a prominent central nucleolus without any chromatin lining the nuclear membrane [1-4].
Fibrosis along the central vein and sinusoids (highlighted by Masson trichrome stain) were the main findings significantly more common in cardiac hepatopathy than in Budd-Chiari syndrome (original magnification X200).
It was better stained and demonstrated clearly with Masson's Trichrome for connective tissue.