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col·lag·e·nous

(ko-laj'ĕ-nŭs),
Producing or containing collagen.
Synonym(s): collagenic

collagenous

/col·lag·e·nous/ (kah-laj´ah-nus) pertaining to, forming, or producing collagen.

collagenous

See collagen.

collagenous

Pertaining to collagen; forming or producing collagen.

col·lag·e·nous

(kŏ-laj'ĕ-nŭs)
Producing or containing collagen.
Synonym(s): collagenic.

collagenous

made of collagen.

collagenous nevus
see nevus.
collagenous tissue
composed of collagen, reticular and elastic fibers; may be loose or dense; the latter may be regular or irregular.
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Boswellia serrata extract for the treatment of collagenous colitis.
Within a timeframe of 72 hours fibroblasts start to produce collagen and manufacture a collagenous matrix in order to close the wound as rapidly as possible.
Kato and Silver [34] conducted studies on moisture percentage of tissue and observed that crosslinking reduces the equilibrium moisture percent of collagenous matrices.
In some carcinomatous areas, the invasive glands and papillae were admixed with and often merged with a distinct proliferation of spindled, fusiform, and epithelioid cells with scant eosinophilic cytoplasm that were embedded within a hyalinized, collagenous stroma, which imparted a corded pattern reminiscent of that seen in sex cord-stromal tumors (Figure 1, A, top right, and C).
Median and paired fins: first dorsal VII, spines not notably elongate; second dorsal I,11(8), I,12*(35), I,13(2); anal I,11*(7), I,12 (36), I,13(2); pectoral rays 19(3), 20(2), 21*(7), 22(5), 23(1), longest rays reaching posteriorly to vertical through anus; pelvic I,5*(10), fifth ray longest, reaching posteriorly to or just falling short of anus; pelvic fin with well-developed frenum; pelvic frenum supported with collagenous rays (Fig.
c) Drug--induced Alterations in Gingival Connective Tissue Homeostasis--the connective tissue in phenytoin overgrowth has a significantly higher volume density of non-collagenous matrix than of collagenous matrix.
There is a rigid scleral opening and a collagenous cribriform plate.
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a fibro-gelatinous mass composed of 80%-90% water, collagen, and a mucopolysaccharide matrix); and the peripheral annulus fibrosus (formed by the concentric alternating lamellae of obliquely oriented collagenous fibers).
Biopsy results revealed an unencapsulated, invasive, expansile, moderately cellular mass composed of nests and packets of well-differentiated squamous cells on a fine fibrovascular stroma, often widely separated by an abundant collagenous stroma.
Matrix HD comprises collagenous connective tissue with three-dimensional intertwined fibers that retain the multidirectional and mechanical properties of natural dermis, while providing the basic structure to support a patient's own tissue regeneration.
The accepted treatment for early-stage breast cancer in women with breast implants--skin-sparing mastectomy with axillary dissection and implant exchange followed by WBI--carries a 55% risk of capsular contracture due to the formation of collagenous scar tissue around the implant, Dr.