anatomopathologic

anatomopathologic

adjective Pertaining to the gross and microscopic findings of a disease.
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Additional investigations, including anatomopathologic exploration, would be needed to further explore the physiopathologic (antiviral and/or immunosuppressive) pathways.
The macroscopic and microscopic anatomopathologic findings of a natural Wedelia glauca poisoning case in a Hereford bull are reported.
The macroscopic and microscopic anatomopathologic findings of an accidental poisoning case with Wg confirmed by micrographic analysis of plant parts found in the rumen contents and the bales used to feed animals are presented in this paper.
23) Anatomopathologic investigations have revealed that the SLE patients were prone to develop premature atherosclerosis.
Causes of death were determined by anatomopathologic and microbiologic studies.
The reported incidence of isolated congenital pericardial defects in anatomopathologic series is 1/14000 (1).
This data is supported by anatomopathologic specimens from CP myotomy in patients with GERD who showed mild-to-severe muscle fibrosis.
Anatomopathologic examination of a facial lesion biopsy using immunohistochemistry for the detection of protein S100 was compatible with Rosai-Dorfman disease.
An evaluation of clinical, serologic, anatomopathologic and immunohistochemical findings for fifteen patients with mucosal leishmaniasis before and after treatment.
Further studies are required to estimate the prevalence of EV71 infection, and only extensive clinical, virologic, and anatomopathologic investigation may determine the actual prevalence of EV71 in severe and sometimes fatal neurologic diseases.
Our findings and previous anatomopathologic reports (4,6-8) support the generally held view that central neurologic complications are the result of disseminated acute encephalomyelitis (ADEM) or of Hurst syndrome, regarded as a hyperacute variant of ADEM.
Anatomopathologic and histopathologic studies were conducted in all fatal cases.