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cellularity

 [sel″u-lar´ĭ-te]
the state of a tissue or other mass as regards the number of its constituent cells.

cel·lu·lar·i·ty

(sel'yū-lar'i-tē),
The degree, quality, or condition of cells that are present.

cellularity

/cel·lu·lar·i·ty/ (sel″u-lar´ĭ-te) the state of a tissue or other mass as regards the number of constituent cells.

cel·lu·lar·i·ty

(sel'yū-lar'i-tē)
The degree, quality, or condition of cells that are present.

cellularity

the state of a tissue or other mass as regards the number of its constituent cells.
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The male breast carcinoma is distinguished on cytology from gynaecomastia on the basis of high cellularity, discohesive cell groups with nuclear piling and anisonucleosis.
Nodular Sclerosis (NS), Mixed Cellularity (MC), Lymphocyte Rich (LR), Lymphocyte Depletion (LD) and Lymphocyte Predominance (LP).
Reported results vary from showing benefit to no significant difference in cellularity when compared with one of the more traditional methods.
The cell type, cellularity and content of the extracellular matrix were analyzed.
Effects of level and source of dietary selenium on maternal and fetal body weight, visceral organ mass, cellularity estimates, and jejunal vascularity in pregnant ewe lambs.
The complete cytomorphological evaluation [Table 1] included study of cellularity, pattern of arrangement, cytoplasmic, and nuclear details.
Malignancy is usually suggested if high mitotic activity, increased cellularity, pleomorphism, nuclear atypia, blood vessel infiltration, and tumor necrosis are shown histologically [1-3, 6].
Following postnatal development, in one-month old babies to two-year old toddlers, the articular cartilage acquired greater cellularity, as determined by visual assessment.
Neoplastic tissue displayed marked hyper cellularity of smooth muscle cells in one or multiple layers embedded in connective tissue.
Table 2 also presents the diameter of periepididymal adipocytes, cellularity and the correlation between the size of adipocytes and weight of fat deposition.
Classical HL comprises several sub-types such as, nodular sclerosis (NS), mixed cellularity (MC), lymphocyte depletion (LD), and lymphocyte-rich (LR) Hodgkin lymphoma [5].
The tumour may exhibit variable degrees of cellularity, and in more cellular areas vessels therefore tend to be small and collapsed and can only be highlighted by reticulin stains.

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