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the organic process whereby body tissue becomes vascular and develops capillaries

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Altered vascularization was moderately to highly predictive of malignant cytology (13/16 hyper-vascularized, 10/14 hypovascularized and 16/24 irregularly vascularized LNs), but had only moderate sensitivity (39 of 62 malignant LNs).
The direct vascularization of the implanted cells is expected to allow for robust and consistent en-graftment but will necessitate the use of maintenance immune suppression therapy.
Color Doppler ultrasound (CDUS) and power Doppler ultrasound (PDUS) can depict hyperemic part of the lesions, providing evidence about vascularization of the inner joints.
The second option, observation with clinical and laboratory evaluation and, if possible, using Doppler ultrasonography, catheter or CT angiography, or scintigraphy to evaluate a further consideration of the bowel vascularization and viability, does not seem practicable due to the inability of the routine clinical and laboratory ischemia parameters to accurately diagnose ischemia,1,2,4,9 in addition to the uncommon use of some of those advanced techniques and the corresponding inexperience with their usage in SV.
2008), we hypothesized that higher individual exposure to air pollution would lead to diminished placental volume, flow, and vascularization estimated by 3DPD evaluation.
Caption: Figure 3: Color Doppler shows no signs of vascularization centrally, with only slight signs of vascularization around periphery.
The signs noted were conjunctival congestion (90%), vascularization (70%), conjunctivalisation (70%) and epithelial defects (20%).
Ultrasonographic findings distinguished the mass from the liver and revealed high vascularization of the mass and a moderate increase in echogenicity of the liver.
Especially, the occipital artery and branches that extended to the mandibular gland and to the medial retropharyngeal lenf node of the ascending palatine artery were responsible for the vascularization of the cranial cervical ganglion.
PEC-01 cells are delivered under the skin in the Encaptra drug delivery system, a proprietary device with a selectively porous cell-impermeable membrane, which is designed to protect the implanted cells from possible immune rejection, to permanently contain the cells and prevent their distribution away from the implantation site, as well as to provide a platform for product vascularization.
An urgent Optical Coherence Tomography/Fluorescein angiography (OCT/FFA) was suggested which confirmed the diagnosis and depicted early signs of choroidal neo- vascularization (Figure-1).
Histopathology examination was made for the acute inflammation scores, chronic inflammation scores, granulation tissue formation and maturation, re-epithelization and vascularization.
The missing link was the development of the vascularization technique.
Among their topics are fundamentals of cell and matrix biology for tissue engineering, tissue culture bioprocessing methods in two and three generations for engineering soft tissue and hard tissue, the vascularization of tissue-engineered constructs, principles of good laboratory practice for in vitro cell cultural applications, standardized chemical analysis and testing of biomaterials, and sterilization procedures for tissue allografts.