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his·to·log·ic

, histological (his'tō-loj'ik, i-kăl),
Pertaining to histology.

histological

Etymology: Gk, histos, tissue, logos, science
pertaining to the study of the microscopic anatomical and physiological characteristics of tissues and the cells found therein. See also histology.

his·to·log·ic

, histological (his'tŏ-loj'ik, -i-kăl)
Pertaining to histology.

histology

(his-tol'o-je)
The study of the microscopic structure of tissue. histological (his?to-loj'i-kal), adjective

normal histology

The microscopic study of healthy tissue.

pathologic histology

Histopathology.
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Histological micrographs of repairing tissue in study groups at sequential intervals (2, 4, 8, and 16 wk periods) are shown in Figure 2.
Cut-off limits for enamel or dentine caries involvement were determined by Cronbach's alpha reliability coefficient of laser fluorescence to histological examination.
the pretreated-stems could be used for histological investigation.
The histological diagnosis of NASH relies on a combination of lesions [11,12].
The other piece was fixed in formaldehyde (40 g/L) and embedded in paraffin as part of routine histological processing.
Specimens were divided and labelled and sent in formalin for histological analysis, and examined macroscopically before haematoxylin-and-eosin (H&E) staining; all were examined by light microscopy.
According to the guidelines, histological grade 2 is considered as "not useful for chemo-endocrine-therapy decision" as compared to the established decision making value of histological grades 1 or 3.
Needle retrieves histological samples from hard-to-reach tissue with fewer needle passes
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It provides an overview of the current state of research and potential applications in anthropology or any other field that employs a histological approach to study hard tissues (bones and teeth), detailing how skeletal material is studied by bioarchaeologists, paleopathologists, and paleontologists to shed light on biological processes.
Researchers led by Ercan Gedik from Turkey used biochemical and histological parameters to evaluate the possible protective effect of resveratrol against I/R-induced hepatic injury.
Alternatively, infection can be detected in gastric biopsies obtained at endoscopy, through histological staining, tissue culture or polymerase chain reaction (PCR).