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fi·bri·noid

 (fī′brə-noid′, fĭb′rə-)
adj.
Of or resembling fibrin.
n.
A homogenous acellular material similar to fibrin, found normally in the placenta and formed in connective tissue and in the walls of blood vessels in certain disease states.

fibrinoid

(ˈfaɪbrɪnɔɪd)
adj
exhibiting characteristics similar to those of fibrin

fi•bri•noid

(ˈfaɪ brəˌnɔɪd, ˈfɪb rə-)

adj.
having the characteristics of fibrin.
Translations

fi·brin·oid

a. fibrinoide, semejante a la fibrina;
___ degenerationdegeneración ___.
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Colonoscopy revealed scattered areas of edema and colon biopsy showed severe vasculitis involving the small vessels of fragments of colonic mucosa and submucosa with leukocytoclastosis and fibrinoid necrosis.
The dura may demonstrate inflammation with fibrinoid necrosis (6).
The surface is ulcerated and covered by fibrin and/ or fibrinoid necrosis overlying an exuberant granulation tissue.
An incisional biopsy of a l esion on the right leg showed necrotic skin with fibrinoid necrosis and thrombosis of the blood vessels with little inflammation.
Intimal fibroplasia, lipohyalinosis, and fibrinoid necrosis were absent.
This necrosis was characterized by lymphocytic karyorrhexis in the white pulp, and fibrinoid necrosis, congestion, and endothelial cell swelling in the red pulp, accompanied by cell debris.
A percutaneous renal biopsy was performed on fourth day of hospitalization, and histology showed a small-vessel vasculitis of the MPA type, characterized by transmural inflammation of the arterial wall, with a heavy infiltrate of neutrophils, eosinophils, and mononuclear cells, destruction of the blood-vessel wall, and segmental fibrinoid necrosis (Figure).
Histologic examination reveals (1) a profuse fungal growth with tissue invasion, (2) non-caseating granulomas with multinucleated giant cells, (3) plasma cells, and (4) fibrinoid necrosis.
Plexiform-like lesions and fibrinoid necrosis were found at branch points of a few small arteries in 1 of these 3 cases (case 9) (Figure 6).
In the area of infiltration, several arterioles were seen with fibrinoid necrosis of their walls (Figure 4).
Segmental areas of fibrinoid necrosis with karyorrhexis were also seen in some of the glomeruli.
Renal biopsy, during which 24 glomeruli were examined including four cellular, six fibrocellular, and one fibrous crescent, revealed necrotizing crescentic pauci-immune glomerulonephritis with fibrinoid necrosis in the capillary loops of some glomeruli.