Perivascular


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perivaskulární
perivascular
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Histopathological examination in the current study focused on cellular intensity, cell type, perivascular mononuclear inflammation, alveolar edema, bronchial damage and leukocyte infiltration.
Gross postmortem examination showed widespread and severe signs of viral encephalitis: meningeal and perivascular inflammation, neuronophagy, microglial nodules, endothelial damage, and severe brain edema.
Neonatal Purpura Fulminans is a rare and fatal disorder associated with perivascular haemorrhage and disseminated intravascular coagulation.
We used the keywords of 'hypertension', 'cerebral small vessel disease', 'white matter lesions', 'enlarged perivascular spaces', 'lacunar infarcts', 'cerebral microbleeds', and 'cognitive impairment' in the database of PubMed.
In addition to normal adipose tissue that surrounds the heart and the great blood vessels (epicardial and pericardial adipose tissue, paracardial or mediastinal adipose tissue and pericoronary or perivascular epicardial fat), fat is also stored within the cardiomyocytes, mostly in the form of triglyceride droplets (1,2).
The possible findings on MRI include meningeal enhancement, varying degrees of swelling and periventricular and subcortical infarction, secondary to vasculitis, which tend to occur in a perivascular distribution, as observed in this case (which can mimic demyelinating disease).
The early stage is characterized by a superficial and perivascular dermal neutrophilic infiltrate along with papillary dermal edema, slight spongiosis, and neutrophilic exocytosis.
Histological examination of the mesenteric lesions revealed multiple noncaseating perivascular granulomas (Figure 2).
first noted in 1992 an unusual cell lineage that expressed both melanocytic and smooth muscle markers with an apparent epithelioid morphology, giving rise to perivascular epithelioid cells (PECs) [1].
Leukocytoclastic vasculitis with perivascular localization and polymorphonuclear leukocytes' accumulation in the dermis was detected in the biopsy specimen taken from the active lesion (Figure 1c).
Privately (held Vascular Therapies is developing a patented sirolimus formulation for local, perivascular drug delivery.
We found that edema, perivascular infiltration, and necrosis in the pancreatitis group were significantly higher than those in the non-pancreatitis group (p<0.05).