cytoarchitectural


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Adj.1.cytoarchitectural - of or relating to cytoarchitecture
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Regarding the histological results, the study reported a dilatation of the central vein of the liver with lysed red blood cells and a cytoarchitectural distortion of the organ.
FNA is a common investigation in the workup of salivary gland tumours and it is important to recognise the cytoarchitectural features of this tumour to avoid confusion from other primary or secondary tumours at these sites.
Normal cytoarchitectural features of the pancreas were observed in tissue sections of the normal control rats with intact and defined islets of Langerhans surrounded by acinar cells (Figure 1).
Traumatic events, iatrogenic injuries, and neurodegenerative diseases can lead to axonal degeneration, inflammation, neuron death, and cytoarchitectural malformation in both the peripheral nervous system (PNS) and central nervous system (CNS) [1-6].
Most strikingly decreased cortical thickness in the mirror neuron regions in both the parietal and ventral premotor cortex in individuals affected with ASD has been demonstrated by neuro cytoarchitectural studies.
The 1999 WHO classification (26) emphasized that the classification of cytoarchitectural features of thymoma should occur independent of staging because the classification "based on invasive/metastasizing properties of the tumour relates more closely to recurrence and outcome than the one based on cytoarchitectural features." The WHO classification was revised in 2004 to include descriptions of clinical symptoms, macroscopic findings, immunohistochemical characteristics, genetic features, and prognostic data.
Appendiceal mucinous tumours with extraappendiceal neoplastic epithelium are classified as mucinous adenocarcinomas and subcategorized as low or high-grade because increasingly severe cytoarchitectural atypia is associated with poorer outcome [7].
Therefore, it is an important step to label-free micron-scale imaging of myelo- and cytoarchitectural properties of the entire human brain.
Gonzalez-Burgos, "Neonatal exposure to monosodium L-glutamate induces loss of neurons and cytoarchitectural alterations in hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neurons of adult rats," Brain Research, vol.
This group had previously observed that PA induced cytoarchitectural changes in the corpus striatum and that detrimental changes could be prevented by hypothermia as well [51].
By now, we can just consider that some disorders of gyration with observable cytoarchitectural disorganization refer typically to a certain gestational interval; similarly, we know that PVL, when already established at birth, is likely related to an insult occurring between the 24th and the 34th gestational week.
New diagnostic reporting format for endometrial cytology based on cytoarchitectural criteria.