126, 127) Glutamine synthetase is usually not expressed in hepatocytes around fibrous scars containing arteries and bile ductules
Microscopic features of pleomorphic adenoma: Wellencapsulated tumour tissue with heterogenous stromal elements consisting of chondromyxoid, fibrous and hyaline areas, and ducts and ductules
of varying sizes lined by luminal cuboidal epithelial cells and outer layer epithelial cell.
With the effect of Notch signals and other regulatory proteins, hepatoblasts are transformed into hepatocytes, bile ductules
, and hepatic ducts (15).
Histologic examination of the lesion showed a well-circumscribed lesion composed of lobules of mature adipose tissue and nodules of entrapped, non-neoplastic acini and ductules
separated by thin, fibrous septae, consistent with a sialolipoma.
Nomenclature of the finer branches of the biliary tree: Canals, ductules
, and ductular reactions in human livers.
Accordingly, mice deficient in estrogen receptor alpha show a dramatic reduction of AQP1 and -9 immunoreaction in the efferent ductules
and impaired water reabsorption, which leads to water accumulation in the testis and a decrease in sperm concentration and motility (Ruz et al.
The histopathological structure of TAA treated rat liver treated with MOE showed a marked attenuation of liver damage as represented by oval cells proliferation, newly formed bile ductules
and deposition of haemosidrin pigments (Fig.
The neoplasm has an adenocarcinomatous pattern, producing ductules
and acini, and sometimes papillary formations.
The posterior lid margin contains the marginal mucosa, the mucocutaneous junction, the meibomian gland orifices and associated terminal ductules
, and the neighbouring keratinised skin.
Finally, the ductules
are cuticular tubes, small, 0,,2-1 [micro]am in diameter and generally 1-4 [micro]am long; they assure the direct transport of the secretion from the receptor ductule
to the exterior.
Estrogen and its receptors in efferent ductules
Cunha, "Estrogen receptor expression in developing epididymis, efferent ductules
, and other male reproductive organs," Endocrinology, vol.