interlobular


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interlobular

(ˌɪntəˈlɒbjʊlə)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy situated between the lobes of an organ
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Adj.1.interlobular - between lobes or lobules
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in·ter·lob·u·lar

a. interlobular, que occurre entre dos lóbulos de un órgano.
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Lung ultrasound can identify interstitial pulmonary edema via artifacts called B lines, which are produced by the reverberation of sound waves from the pleura due to the widening of the fluid-filled interlobular septa.
Radiologic findings of IgG4-RLD can be categorized into four major features: (i) solid nodular densities; (ii) round-shaped groundglass opacities; (iii) alveolar interstitial type with bronchiectasis resembling interstitial lung disease and pulmonary fibrosis with honeycombing; and (iv) thickening of the bronchovascular bundles and interlobular septa.
Images of PVOD include both diffuse ground-glass opacities and widespread thickened interlobular septa, but the later was absent in this patient, which indicated the diagnosis of PCH only.
3 mg/kg) showing marked improvement with marked decrease of collagen deposition around portal area (PA), and absence of interlobular fibrosis (arrows).
On the cut surface, the lungs were dark red and firm, with marked distension of the interlobular septa due to edema (Figure 1A and B).
The seminiferous tubules are connected by interlobular connective tissue and show different developmental stages of spermatogenesis (Fig.
Over time, the fluid is being retained in interlobular septa, peribronchovascular interstitium and pleural space with lymphatic system clearing the water overload.
A computed tomography (CT) scan of her chest revealed interlobular septal thickening with diffuse ground-glass opacities (Figure 1b).
Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis (PAP): the presence of ground glass and/or consolidative infiltrates in patchy or diffuse distributions, reticular opacities or interlobular septal thickening present within the airspace infiltrates, creating a "crazy-paving" pattern on HRCT.
Panel A shows non-proliferative fibrocystic changes: the architecture of the terminal-duct lobular unit is distorted by the formation of microcysts associated with interlobular fibrosis.
7) in thymus lobuels and an increase in the interlobular space.