gliosis


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gliosis

(ɡlaɪˈəʊsɪs)
n
(Pathology) med a process leading to scarring in the central nervous system
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However, these subtypes share common histopathological changes, characterized by neuronal loss, gliosis and the presence of glial cytoplasmic inclusions (GCI) with a-synuclein.
Now (six months after admission time), he is completely healthy with normal echocardiogram and brain MRA except mild gliosis in MRI after AIS due to atypical KD.
The cerebellum was spared radiographically despite pronounced symptoms and a loss of Purkinje cells with reactive gliosis - the typical pathologic findings in high-dose cytosine arabinoside-related cerebellar injury.
Histopathology of human epileptic hippocampi shows a specific neuronal loss in the areas of CA and gliosis (1).
Pathology analysis of treated animals showed obvious gliosis and neurofibrillary tangles in the cerebral hippocampal area.
A variable degree of gliosis was present in all neonates, affecting predominantly white matter.
En estas zonas fueron frecuentes las imagenes de gliosis, reflejando el dano tisular (Fig.
Control MRS examination showed partial normalization of metabolic changes (with NAA restoration) and an increase in mioinositol (mI) that resemble gliosis processes (Fig.
The brain injuries were severe in two, including a 42-year-old with extensive gliosis in the left middle cerebral artery region and a dilated left ventricle secondary to loss of volume in that hemisphere.
A second MRI performed 4 months after the first revealed gliosis and encephalomalacia in the thalami and basal ganglia bilaterally, with volume loss and evidence of early mineralization in the left basal ganglia.
To rule out CVA, patient was shifted to CT and the reports showed only the old changes with infarct and gliosis in Rt.