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fi·bro·blas·tic

(fī'brō-blas'tik),
Relating to fibroblasts.

fibroblastic

adjective Referring to or characterised by the presence of fibroblasts.

fi·bro·blas·tic

(fī'brō-blas'tik)
Relating to fibroblasts.
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Myxoinflammatory fibroblastic sarcoma is a rare soft tissue sarcoma that tends to occur in the distal extremities in adults patients.
However, the increase in the total number of fibroblastic cells with immature forms prevailing, and adequate state of microvasculature suggest an irreversible atrophic process in childhood.
81% of fibroblastic meningioma is found in our study, whereas 7% in the study by Rohringer et al.
Microscopic observation of Imidazole treated BMSCs showed that the characteristic fibroblastic appearance of the cells were lost and the cells seem to be detached from the culture surface when exposed to higher concentration (5mg/mL).
This may be explained by prevention of postoperative hemorrhage or fibroblastic proliferation, non-traumatic cannulation of the Schlemm's canal after viscodilation and viscodissection with viscoelastic material, keeping away the lips of the trabeculotomy incision, and prevention of anterior chamber shallowing, which play important roles in decreasing the anterior chamber inflammation and retarding the woundhealing process.
Spindle-shaped fibroblastic cells were embedded in collagenous stroma and were extensive in some areas, leaving only scattered cells within a large, sometimes necrotic.
The initial culture of the isolated MSCs contained a heterogeneous population of cells with both round and fibroblastic cells till 5th day of isolation after which the cells attained typical fibroblastic morphology and confluency with time (Fig.
Several growth factors have been implicated as direct mediators of angiogenesis, the formation of new blood vessels from pre-existing blood vessels during wound healing, including basic fibroblastic growth factor (bFGF), fibroblastic growth factor-2 (FGF-2), platelet-derived growth factor, and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF).
Initially, MFH was defined as a neoplasm showing both fibroblastic and histiocytic differentiation; but according to latest WHO nomenclature, in which significant changes in nomenclature of lipomatous and fibrous malignancies were made; there is no evidence of true histiocytic differentiation and this morphological pattern is shared by a variety of poorly differentiated malignant neoplasms .
Human spermatogonial stem cells clusters propagated by expanding the surface area culture after each passage, but the number of fibroblastic cells did not increase as much.
The fibroblastic expansion of affected bones may lead to pain, swelling, and disfigurement.
Cranial Fasciitis is a benign fibroblastic tumor with a propensity to affect the scalp of young children that was first identified in 1980 by Lauer and Ezinger.

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