fibrocollagenous

fibrocollagenous

 [fi″bro-ko-laj´ĕ-nus]
both fibrous and collagenous; pertaining to or composed of fibrous tissue mainly composed of collagen.

fibrocollagenous

/fi·bro·col·lag·e·nous/ (-ko-laj´ĕ-nus) both fibrous and collagenous; pertaining to or composed of fibrous tissue mainly composed of collagen.

fibrocollagenous

adjective Referring to a structure or tissue containing (or presumed to contain) collagen fibres.

fibrocollagenous

both fibrous and collagenous.
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Histologic examination showed a neoplasm composed of sheets, nests, and fascicles of epithelioid and spindle cells in a fibrocollagenous stroma, which in some areas were arranged in a pseudoalveolar pattern (Figure 1, A).
Histological sections revealed fibrocollagenous cyst walls bilaterally, lined by pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium with areas of squamous metaplasia.
It is characterized by partial or complete encapsulation of the small bowel by fibrocollagenous membrane called cocoon with local inflammatory infiltrate leading to acute or chronic small bowel obstruction.
No seminiferous tubules were identified and each biopsy consisted of dense fibrocollagenous tissue.
Microscopically, the specimen consisted of variably dense fibrocollagenous tissue with numerous islands of odontogenic epithelium that exhibited central cystic changes.
Cutaneous lesions may be evident in approximately 25% of cases, consisting of closely situated, elevated, whitish fibrocollagenous infiltrations, a predisposition to keloid formation, and skleroderma-like lesions (13).
Histopathologic examination of the mass revealed a fibrocollagenous wall that was lined with stratified squamous epithelium.
Histologic examination of the nodules showed a targetoid appearance with a sharp demarcation from the surrounding lung tissue by a thick fibrocollagenous capsule.
By light microscopy, the pleura shows extensive fibrocollagenous expansion with admixed tumor cells and sparse inflammatory cells, mostly small lymphocytes and plasma cells.
The subepithelial tissues contained a mild chronic inflammatory cell infiltrate and lobules of salivary gland embedded in the fibrocollagenous tissue.
In contrast to a moderately cellular proliferation of spindled fibroblast-like and stellate cells seen in SAFM, this tumor shows sparse stellate cells embedded in a fibrocollagenous matrix with dilated or slitlike vascular channels.
Histopathologically, abundant fibrocollagenous tissue without conspicuous capillarity contained widely separated collections of lymphocytes without follicular center cells; these aggregates displayed ramifying networks of capillaries (Figure 2, A).