Aqueous-deficiency dry eye is either Sjogren (primary or secondary) or non-Sjogren (lacrimal gland deficiency, lacrimal gland ductule
obstruction or systemic treatment).
No ductal formation was seen, but some tumor cells revealed a vague condensation reminiscent of ductule
formation, albeit without true ductal lumina (Figure 3).
In the present report, the IPMH and islet cell tumors were topographically separated, but the islet cell tumor had a ductule
Expression of fas ligand on bile ductule
epithelium in biliary atresia--a poor prognostic factor.
Whether low concentrations of these two mycotoxins will cause organ damage in pigs is less clear, but some research suggests that as low as 175 [micro]g/kg AF and 900 [micro]g/kg DON combined causes hepatic fibrosis, bile ductule
hyperplasia, megakaryosis, and vacuolation (Chaytor et al.
5 pm wide, with single inner ductule
arising medially, most ductules
swollen proximally; frequent throughout.
The transgenic mouse models express growth factors which cause pancreatic phenotypic changes, including pancreatic duct cell proliferation, differentiation of certain pancreatic cells into other endodermal derivatives, increased islet and ductule
development and intra islet ductule
formation and proliferation of pancreatic cells generally.
GGT enzymes are located in a variety of tissues, including the heart, brain, kidney, pancreas, spleen, and the biliary ductule
cells of the liver .
Beyond that, terminal ductule
hyperplasia is an early lesion present in rat mammary carcinogenesis (Haslam and Bern 1977; Shina and Dao 1975).
Histology of the excised specimen identified proliferating ductules
within a myxoid stroma, with spindle- to oval-shaped myoepithelial cells and no mitotic figures (figure 2).
ABSTRACT : Our earlier studies showed that estrogen was involved in the regulation of fluid reabsorption in adult mouse efferent ductules
(ED), through estrogen receptor (ER) [alpha] and ER[beta], by modulating gene expression of epithelial genes involved in ion homeostasis.
Eccrine adenocarcinomas generally resemble moderately to poorly differentiated adenocarcinomas, with regional variation ranging from true ductules
to infiltrative, nonglandular anaplastic cells, to zones with glycogenated cells.