tsutsugamushi DNA was successfully detected in their spontaneously desquamated
eschars and acute-phase blood samples.
Electron microscopic studies have shown SARS-CoV particles in the desquamated
cells from bronchoalveolar lavage and lung tissues, both in the lower respiratory tract (6, 8, 24).
5) They described this a s allergic mucin, which consisted of degenerating eosinophils, desquamated
respiratory epithelial cells, and Charcot-Leyden crystals.
However, the external auditory canal might be so filled with desquamated
epithelium, cerumen, and mucopurulence that medications cannot effectively reach the target tissues.
Other components include large sheets of desquamated
keratin squames (the dead, flattened cells on the outer layer of the skin), sweat, sebum, and various foreign substances.
He had severe blistering in his oral cavity and on his lips, and the ventral surface of his tongue was desquamated
Dermoid cysts typically appear as well-circumscribed unilocular masses that are either purely cystic or heterogenous because of the presence of cholesterol, desquamated
epithelial debris, and skin appendages.
1,3) Saliva is a complex mixture including components such as salivary gland secretions, mucosal transudations, desquamated
epithelial cells, expectorated bronchial and nasal secretions, bacteria and bacterial products, viruses, and food debris.
cells containing keratohyalin, which is encased within a capsule of well-differentiated stratified squamous epithelium, are formed (1).
VKC is frequently bilateral (98% of cases) and signs include giant papillae (>1mm diameter) on the palpebral conjunctiva (cobblestone appearance) or at the limbus, Horner-Tranta's dots at the superior limbus (gelatinous accumulation of degenerate eosinophils and desquamated
epithelial cells; white in appearance), diffuse conjunctival hyperaemia and oedema, and thick, white/yellow, stringy mucous discharge.
These pseudo-papillomas are covered with a single layer of epithelial cells, and can easily be ruptured or desquamated
, causing a bloody nipple discharge during pregnancy and lactation.