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cy·to·plas·mic

(sī'tō-plaz'mik),
Relating to the cytoplasm.

cy·to·plas·mic

(sī'tō-plaz'mik)
Relating to the cytoplasm.

cytoplasm

(sit'o-plazm) [ cyto- + -plasm]
The protoplasm of a cell outside the nucleus. See: cell
cytoplasmic (sit?o-plaz'mik), adjective

cytoplasmic

pertaining to or included in cytoplasm.

cytoplasmic inclusions
include secretory inclusions (enzymes, acids, proteins, mucosubstances), nutritive inclusions (glycogen, lipids), pigment granules (melanin, lipofuscin, hemosiderin). See also inclusion body.
cytoplasmic inheritance
the cytoplasmic organelles, chloroplasts and mitochondria contain DNA which contains a number of genes. These extrachromosomal genes are transmitted to daughter cells via cytoplasm. Called also maternal inheritance.
cytoplasmic nuclear inclusion
cytoplasmic skeleton
includes microtubules, centrioles, cilia, flagellae.
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D, At high magnification, the large cells are characterized by abundant eosinophilic cytoplasmic inclusions (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnifications X20 [A], X100 [B and C], and X400 [D].
There were sparse cytoplasmic inclusions in hippocampal dentate gyrus (not shown).
This raised the possibility of rhabdoid melanoma, a variant that morphologically overlaps with signet-ring cell melanoma and characteristically demonstrates discohesive polygonal cells with round nuclei, prominent nucleoli, abundant cytoplasm, and hyaline cytoplasmic inclusions.
Collecting duct carcinoma exhibiting diastase-resistant PAS-positive globular cytoplasmic inclusions and rhabdoid features arising in adult polycystic kidney disease: a case report.
Inflammation extended through the bronchilolar walls into surrounding alveoli, which demonstrated fibrinous edema, necrosis, and marked infiltrate of macrophages, some having intranuclear cytoplasmic inclusions, while others showed multinucleation.
Cytoplasmic inclusions of darkly staining viral nucleocapsids were mostly found in association with virus-containing vesicles or double-membrane vesicles (Figures 1B and 3D).
Electron microscopy (Figure, F) showed the presence of cytoplasmic inclusions within macrophages composed of closely spaced concentric lamellae.
Many scattered hepatocytes showed glassy refractile cytoplasmic inclusions (Figure, A), which stained positively with periodic acid-Schiff (Figure, B) and were generally sensitive to diastase digestion.
However, the cytoplasmic inclusions we describe appeared to be present within lysosomes in some cells, rather than in the mitochondrial compartment.
Rhabdoid tumor also exhibits cytoplasmic inclusions, which are rarely present in mesoblastic nephroma.

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