and absence of compaction as criteria for embryonic death.
and hypovascularity permit the bacteria and other pathogens to develop without host defenses counteracting them.
Within the mass, the presence of a biphasic tissue architecture composed of areas of relative hypocellularity
with abundant acellular material punctuated by bland, cigar shaped nuclei (Antoni B architecture) is seen (Figure 4), as well as areas of hypercellularity featuring numerous cigar shaped nuclei and ill-defined cytoplasm with occasional nuclear palisading and Verocay body formation (Antoni A architecture; Figure 5).
Bone Marrow Hypocellularity
showed a significant association with Aplastic anemia while both Normocellularity and Hypercellularity showed association with Megaloblastic anemia and Infiltration ([chi square] = 48.
Bone marrow hypocellularity
and atrophy of lymphoid organs, including the thymus and spleen, have been observed in many animal species following oral, dermal, and transplacental exposure to high- and low-dose PCB mixtures and certain congeners [Kimbrough et al.
Examination of bone marrow aspiration specimens shows normo-, hyper-, or hypocellularity
The classic histologic appearance of a solitary fibrous tumor is characterized by a variable, patternless architecture of spindle cells with areas of hypocellularity
and adjacent hypercellular regions.
12] or folic acid, or marked hypocellularity
of the BM as well as patients on oral iron therapy were excluded because these conditions can influence sTfR concentrations irrespective of iron status (9).
Frequent findings included bone marrow hypocellularity
, reticulin fibrosis, necrosis, and plasmacytosis.
INTRODUCTION: Aplastic anaemia is a syndrome of bone marrow failure defined by pancytopenia and bone marrow hypocellularity
1985) results in hypocellularity
, atrophy, and apoptosis in the thymus; however, the putative chemical mechanisms of action and cellular targets differ (Luebke et al.