subcapsular


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subcapsular

(sʌbˈkæpsjʊlə)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy below a capsule in the body
Translations

sub·cap·su·lar

n. subcapsular, situado debajo de una cápsula.
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The lens is a completely avascular structure and has 3 principle components; the lens capsule, the subcapsular epithelium and the lens fibers.
The CT findings vary from mild subcapsular hematoma to fatal splenic rupture accompanied by massive hemoperitoneum, depending on the degree of injury.
Cataract exhibits a variety of morphologies that comprises anterior polar, pyramidal, anterior lenticonus, cortical lamellar, fetal nuclear, posterior polar, posterior lentiglobus, posterior subcapsular, persistent fetal vasculature (PFV) and traumatic disruption of lens.
El color "mas oscuro" del higado refleja la colestasis y "la trasudacion de la bilis" es un raro hallazgo que podria corresponder a un bilioma (10) (o biloma) subcapsular incipiente secundario a la obstruccion biliar; la laconica descripcion no permite la certidumbre.
All participants had their pupils dilated and after dilatation the lens was examined with the slit-lamp and nuclear cataract was graded according to the Lens Opacities Classification System HE [7] and cortical and posterior subcapsular cataracts were graded using the Wilmer classification.
In addition, a chemokine-scavenging molecule, CCRL1, is expressed by lymphatic ECs that line the ceiling but not the floor of the subcapsular sinus.
The pathology revealed a solitary subcapsular adenocarcinoma metastasis measuring 3.
Lenticular opacity related to RA was seen in 1 patient in the form of posterior subcapsular cataract in a steroid abuser.
Bilateral intraocular pressures were within the normal limits and anterior segment examination showed bilateral subcapsular cataract.
Over the follow-up period of 1 year, posterior subcapsular cataract developed in both eyes and vision decreased to preinjection levels.
In a similar case of recurrent, solitary Page kidney, (4) initial conservative radiologic management via percutaneous drainage of the subcapsular renal hematoma (along with sclerosing attempts) failed, leading to eventual definitive management requiring embolization.