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Related to caseous: caseation, gangrenous necrosis, liquefactive necrosis

caseous

 [ka´se-us]
resembling cheese or curd; cheesy.

ca·se·ous

(kā'sē-ŭs),
Pertaining to or manifesting the gross and microscopic features of tissue affected by caseation.

caseous

/ca·se·ous/ (ka´se-us) resembling cheese or curd; cheesy.

caseous

(kā′sē-əs)
adj.
Resembling cheese.

caseous

[kā′sē·əs]
1 cottage cheese-like. Describing the mixture of fat and protein that appears in some body tissues undergoing necrosis. See also vernix caseosa.
2 pertaining to cheesy covering on fetuses that protects them from prolonged presence in ammotic fluid.

ca·se·ous

(kā'sē-ŭs)
Pertaining to or manifesting the features of tissue affected by caseation.

caseous

resembling cheese or curd; cheesy.
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Caption: Figure 4 Histopathology showing tuberculous granuloma with caseous necrosis.
Renal histology reveals tubulointerstitial nephritis with granuloma formation, often with caseous necrosis (3, 12).
Although discrete tonsil crypts are preferred for localized treatment, even tonsil resurfacing can be performed for a severely cryptic caseous tonsillitis with Coblation, although more than one session may be required.
5%), caseous pneumonia (9%), and others (tuberculosis of the central nervous system, cirrhotic tuberculosis of lungs, and tuberculosis of the intestine, 4%).
When inbred and outbred animals were compared histologically, inbred animals showed more caseous necrosis, more visible bacilli and fewer epitheleoid cells, suggesting that inbred animals were more susceptible to TB than the outbreds.
The sheep disease known as caseous lymphadenitis (CLA shortens lifespans, reduces wool production, and makes carcasses unfit for consumption.
Production of caseous exudate decreased and finally stopped during the next 2 weeks, and the skin over the plantar wound appeared healed after another month.
Excisional biopsy specimens from 15 patients underwent histopathologic examination and revealed chronic necrotizing lymphadenitis with histiocytic infiltration and caseous necrosis.
No granulomatous inflammation, lung parenchyma, abscess formation, caseous type necrosis or neoplasm was identified.
Infection by Yersinia spp may resemble intestinal tuberculosis histologically but is distinguished by the absence of caseous necrosis and acid-fast bacilli, and is uncommon in patients with HIV in my laboratory's experience.
Granulomatous inflammation with central caseous necrosis surrounded by epithelial cells and Langhans giant cells was noted in the histopathologic examination of the left middle ear mucosa.
Enlarged Haemorrhagic Pigmented Pyogenic popliteal 2 1 15 3 External iliac -- 8 15 -- Prescapular 10 5 9 2 Internal iliac -- 5 5 -- Total 12 19 44 5 Lymphadenitis -- caseous Hyperemia Total popliteal -- 2 23 External iliac -- 8 31 Prescapular 14 9 49 Internal iliac -- 2 12 Total 14 21 115