ciliated


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cil·i·at·ed

 (sĭl′ē-ā′tĭd)
adj.
Having cilia.
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Adj.1.ciliated - having a margin or fringe of hairlike projections
rough - of the margin of a leaf shape; having the edge cut or fringed or scalloped
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1) Such an association may indicate that the ciliated, pseudostratified, columnar respiratory epithelia that line the lungs, nose, and sinuses may share a common pathophysiology.
Microscopic examination of the bronchial aspirate showed no squamous epithelial cells, a few gram-negative bacilli, leukocytes, and many ciliated bronchial cells.
They are lined by a variety of epithelia including squamous, gastric, small intestinal, respiratory (bronchogenic), or simple ciliated epithelium.
From TEM observation, it was possible to distinguish epithelium, ciliated cells, and secretory cells in the mantle epidermis.
macrophages with vacuolated cytoplasm) with pigmented cytoplasmic granules, presumably containing hemosiderin, were abundant within papillary fronds, which were lined with ciliated low cuboidal epithelium (figure 4).
Our data showing the absence of viral antigen in columnar epithelial cells contrast with a recently published report that H5N1 viral replication took place selectively in ciliated bronchial epithelial cells in an in vitro culture model (28).
From TEM observation, the epithelial layer is composed of epithelial cell, ciliated cell, absorptive cell, and secretory cell.
According to the histopathologic analysis, the cyst was lined with pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium, predominantly and focally squamous epithelium.
Ciliated epithelium of conducting airways consists of several distinct cell types with different functions, but the roles of specific cell types in virus replication have not been defined.
Astonishingly, these nerve cells are not in contact with the secretory or purple producing but with ciliated cells (Hunt 1973).
Histopathologically, the polyp demonstrated long, tubular glands lined with ciliated respiratory epithelium.