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n. pl. his·tol·o·gies
1. The anatomical study of the microscopic structure of animal and plant tissues.
2. The microscopic structure of tissue.

his′to·log′i·cal (hĭs′tə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl), his′to·log′ic adj.
his′to·log′i·cal·ly adv.
his·tol′o·gist n.
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Adj.1.histological - of or relating to histology
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Objective: To see the histological outcome of duodenal biopsies done in patients clinically suspected of celiac disease.
Contract award notice: Open procedure for the two-year assignment of a service for packaging formalin histological pieces.
Several attempts have been made to predict the early graft outcome by assessing the histological changes at "zero-hour" graft biopsy; however, the issue still remains controversial.
Digestive organs including tongue, esophagus, proventriculus, gizzard, small intestine, large intestine and associated glands like liver, pancreas and gall bladder were collected immediately after slaughtering the birds for histological studies.
The aim of this study was to evaluate a large series of cases to identify the histological relationship between the tumor and marrow and determine the intramedullary transition type and width from the tumor to normal marrow in patients with osteosarcoma after neoadjuvant chemotherapy.
Objective of this study was to determine the diagnostic accuracy of clinico-radiological and histological examination in chronic peri-apical pathologies.
Objective: To find out the histological patterns of renal diseases in patients, who underwent renal biopsy at Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar, Pakistan.
Scarcity of data on the histological resolution that could be expected at the end of FDT has added to this confusion.
Objective: To highlight the clinical spectrum of biopsy-proven lupus nephritis by analysing any variations in its histological subtypes across gender, varying age groups, serum creatinine levels and anti-double stranded deoxyribonucleic acid levels.
Histological and gross findings were reversed 10% to 20% but biochemical parameters (ALT, AST and bilirubin) were not reversed after stoppage of nickel sulphate in both high and low dose groups.
In the two studies that compared pretreatment to post-treatment histological factors that included steatosis (abnormal cellular retention of lipids), ballooning (a form of programmed cell death), and lobular inflammation, all factors were improved to a greater extent by the end of the trials among those who received vitamin E in comparison with the control groups.
A Histological Study of Postnatal Development of Clavicle Articular Ends