Rarely with thin, not lamellated
, colorless sheath (Fig.
In the right optic tectum, just lateral to midline, there was a markedly dilated vessel, the wall of which was hypereosinophilic, lamellated
, and ruptured, although not atherosclerotic.
The distal tubules contain distinctive, atypical casts that typically appear hypereosinophilic, pale with periodic acid-Schiff stain, and polychromatic (mixed red and blue) and lamellated
with Masson trichrome stain.
9) In one of these cases, T1 imaging showed a heterogeneous appearance, moderately hyperintense relative to muscle, and T2 imaging demonstrated a lamellated
appearance, with high signal intensity at the periphery; in the second case, T1 imaging demonstrated moderate hyperintensity relative to muscle centrally and comparative increased signal peripherally; T2 imaging demonstrated hyperintense signal.
The species, Lyngbya majuscula had trichomes which grow singly or free, usually thick and firm sheath which may be homogenous or lamellated
membranes, called "myeloid bodies" by Zonana (1961) in squid material, were also found in the retinula cells of the eye of the cuttlefish we studied.
Testicular microlithiasis is an abnormality of uncertain etiology that is characterized pathologically by the accumulation of smooth round lamellated
bodies within the seminiferous tubules.
Histologically, it has dense, lamellated
bony tissue traversed by few vessels.
The ones who have managed to escape are unrecognizable, their backs to us, a crowd part of which is already out of sight and indistinguishable unless maybe he's the one turning around, this time opening his lamellated
labrum onto a soundless yawning gap, dumbstruck at the sight of this massacre and stretching his spindle-shaped and stunned antennae toward the dark mass of leather, wondering about what motivates such a bloodthirsty executioner.
Lamellar bodies are lamellated
phospholipids that represent a storage form of surfactant (1).
phagolysosomes or autolysosomes were also seen with variably electron-dense material.