pericentral


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pericentral

(ˌpɛrɪˈsɛntrəl)
adj
arranged around a centre
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The morphological examination of the H and E stained liver sections of CBZ-treated animals showed distorted hepatic cord with marked mononuclear cell infiltrations in the periportal and pericentral area (Fig.
There may be mild pericentral sinusoidal dilatation (Figure 2, D).
Macular dystrophy associated with the mitochondrial DNA A3243G mutation: pericentral pigment deposits or atrophy?
8 multivariate analyses patients were of those patients identified as having experiencing grade 5 grade 3-4 toxicity 3-5 toxicities, the post-SABR: decreased location of the pulmonary function, tumour [hilar/ pneumonia, pleural pericentral vs.
Verbraak, "Decreased optical coherence tomography-measured pericentral retinal thickness in patients with diabetes mellitus type 1 with minimal diabetic retinopathy," The British Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
The results showed mild portal inflammation with lymphocytes, pericentral sinusoidal dilatation with no hepatic plate atrophy, and inflammation adjacent to the central vein (RAI score = 1 out of 9).
The differential diagnosis includes Stargardt disease, cone dystrophy, enhanced S-cone syndrome, pericentral retinitis pigmentosa, syphilitic placoid chorioretinitis, acute zonal occult outer retinopathy (AZOOR), posterior scleritis, traumatic retinopathy (commotio retinae), posterior uveitis, hydroxychloroquine toxicity, and autoimmune retinopathy [18-22].
Tal es el caso de las Torres Capitalinas (Canada y Costanera, area central) y el ex Batallon 141 (proximo a Ciudad Universitaria, area pericentral).