fibromuscular


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fibromuscular

 [fi″bro-mus´ku-ler]
both fibrous and muscular.

fi·bro·mus·cu·lar

(fī'brō-mŭs'kyū-lăr),
Both fibrous and muscular; relating to both fibrous and muscular tissues.

fibromuscular

/fi·bro·mus·cu·lar/ (fi″bro-mus´ku-lar) composed of fibrous and muscular tissue.

fi·bro·mus·cu·lar

(fī'brō-mŭs'kyū-lăr)
Both fibrous and muscular; relating to both fibrous and muscular tissues.

fibromuscular

both fibrous and muscular.
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10) The origin of these tumours may be the anterior lateral horn of peripheral zone, transition zone or the anterior fibromuscular zone.
In contrast to the TDLU in the peripheral glandular mammary tissue, where a specialized lobular stroma is represented by loose connective tissue, the TDLU seen in the nipple is supported by dense stroma similar to surrounding fibromuscular nipple tissue.
Most pain that is treated by a physician due to degenerative diseases and fibromuscular disorders should be exclusively managed by the use of non-steroidal or acetaminophen drugs.
According to the pathology report, the specimens consisted of fibromuscular tissue containing hyperplastic prostate acini and solid accumulations of malignant cells of various sizes.
MIAMI BEACH - The mystery shrouding fibromuscular dysplasia, a clinically important and surprisingly prevalent vascular disease of unknown etiology, began to lift with initial findings from 339 patients enrolled in the first U.
Ventricular arrhythmias probably occur via the fibromuscular bundles being isolated from each other by fatty tissue, leading to re-entry phenomena.
The criteria for diagnosing TA defined by the American College of Rheumatology[9] included six items: (i) age of onset younger than 40 years; (ii) claudication of extremities; (iii) decreased pulsation of one or both brachial arteries; (iv) difference of at least 10 mmHg systolic pressure between arms; (v) bruits over one or both subclavian arteries or the abdominal aorta; (vi) arteriographic narrowing or occlusion of the entire aorta, its primary branches, or large arteries in the proximal upper or lower extremities not caused by arteriosclerosis, fibromuscular dysplasia, or other causes.
Ovaries of resting females clearly showed characteristic thick, muscular walls, elongate lamellae with well-developed fibromuscular cords, and wide spaces between lamellae (Fig.
He suspects a disorder of the blood vessels called fibromuscular displasia.
Other sources of emboli are the heart in 15% of patients, with non-atheromatous lesions such as kinks and coils, fibromuscular dysplasia, arteritis and aneurysms responsible in only 5% of patients.
pseudodopsis is located between the glandular digestive diverticula and the outer fibromuscular layers, which are compacted by the fibrous connective tissues and muscle fibers.