interlobular


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Related to interlobular: Interlobar, interlobular septum, interlobular duct

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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The infiltration by IgG4 positive plasma cells leads to periductal and interlobular fibrosis that ultimately results in narrowing of the pancreatic duct and acinar atrophy (3).
The linear thickening can manifest as thickening of interlobular septa with or without thickening of the intralobular interstitium or the linear deposition of material at the borders of the acini (1).
1] showed lesions such as mild vacuolar degeneration in hepatocytes, interlobular bile duct hyperplasia and lymphocytes infiltration (Figure 1C).
The lungs of some affected antelope displayed a thickening of the interlobular septa, pleuritis, and an accumulation of straw-colored pleural fluid.
Masson's trichrome staining showed that there were no collagen fibers in the interlobular and portal areas, and few collagen fibers in the central veins and sinusoidal.
In humans, the left lung comprises two lobes (superior and inferior) that are separated midway by an interlobular fissure.
At the periphery the large cells infiltrated and expanded contiguous alveolar septa, interlobular septa, and bronchovascular bundles (Figure 1, C).
It is believed to be derived from intra- and interlobular excretory ducts.
Prominent interlobular septa, ground-glass attenuation, patchy consolidation, parenchymal bands, irregular peribronchovascular thickening, and subpleural lines may be the initial findings on HRCT (14).
Interlobular septal thickening with areas of geographic sparing and traction bronchiectasis were also noted (Figure 2).
This allows air to escape into the connective tissue of the peri-bronchovascular sheaths, interlobular septa and visceral pleura (2).