fibrovascular


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Related to fibrovascular: fibrovascular bundle, fibrovascular proliferation

fibrovascular

 [fi″bro-vas´ku-ler]
both fibrous and vascular.

fibrovascular

(fī′brō-văs′kyə-lər)
adj.
Having fibrous tissue and vascular tissue, as in the woody tissue of plants.

fibrovascular

adjective Referring or relating to fibrous connective tissue accompanied by an abundant vascular supply.

fibrovascular

Pertaining to fibrous tissue with a good blood supply.

fibrovascular

both fibrous and vascular.

fibrovascular papilloma
see malignant fibrous histiocytoma.
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2 Photomicrographs show a tumour composed of variably sized tubules (a: Hematoxylin and eosin stain [H&E] x100) and cystic spaces (b: H&E x100) that are separated by thin, hypocellular fibrovascular septae (c: H&E x200), with the lining epithelium showing tombstone appearance focally (d: H&E x200); the tubules are lined by atypical cuboidal to pseudostratified ciliated columnar cells (arrow) with abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm (e: H&E x400), large round to ovoid nuclei with prominent nucleoli (f: H&E x400) and hobnail appearance (g: H&E x600); solid areas show smaller tubules lined by similar atypical cells in a sclerotic stroma (h: H&E x200; i: H&E x400).
The primary tumour in the kidney was composed of large sheets of neoplastic cells of varying sizes with pale to flocculent cytoplasm, well defined cell borders and perinuclear clear zone separated by thin fibrovascular septa (Figure 3b).
The muscle bundles in the inflamed area were mildly disorganized and surrounded by fibrovascular tissue.
The stroma is a fibrovascular connective tissue that contains collagenous and elastic tissue as well as arteries, veins, lymphatics, nerves and lymphoid tissue.
This unique scaffold translates into an ability to support predictable, organized fibrovascular tissue ingrowth.
Every day he labeled parts such as pith and epidermis, medullary rays and fibrovascular bundles (Beegel 70-71)
To the Editor: Pterygium is a wing-shaped fibrovascular growth of the conjunctiva across the limbus onto the cornea.
Benign lesions include the fibrovascular polyp, myofibroma, pedunculated lipoma, and leiomyoma; malignant lesions include adenocarcinoma from Barrett's oesophagus, squamous cell carcinoma, leiomyosarcoma, fibrosarcoma, rhabdomyosarcoma, melanoma, oat cell carcinoma, and lymphoma.
With the progression of disease, lymphoid depletion became extensive and a fibrovascular carcass was more evident.
All patients except one who presented with thyroid nodule, showed carcinoid picture on histopathology with nesting trabecular pattern of round cells with rosette formation with fibrovascular core.
Microscopic features of hyalinizing trabecular tumors * A trabecular-alveolar growth pattern of medium-to large-sized cells * Finely granular, acidophilic, or clear cytoplasm * Round yellow paranuclear cytoplasmic bodies * Polygonal and fusiform cells * Nuclei with prominent grooves, small nucleoli, and cytoplasmic pseudoinclusions and with occasional mitotic figures * Intratrabecular hyaline (Periodic acid Schiff--positive basement membrane material); this resembles amyloid but has a negative amyloid stain * Arrangement of cells in sinuous or straight trabeculae supported by a delicate fibrovascular stroma (ranging from minimal to modest) * Scant to absent colloid * The possible presence of psammoma bodies * The possible association of lymphocytic thyroiditis Table 2.
Manchester, UK) were used as the matrix for fibrovascular tissue growth.