intratubular

in·tra·tu·bu·lar

(in'tră-tū'byū-lăr),
Within any tubule.
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9) Typical seminomas in birds are further subdivided into intratubular or diffuse types.
Intratubular germ cell neoplasia of the human testis: heterogeneous protein expression and relation to invasive potential.
Animal studies demonstrated that intratubular expression of NGAL paralleled its urinary excretion in AKI (6), and that this protein may mediate protective effects.
A: Coarse tubular intracytoplasmic brown granules, glomeruli are completely spared (hematoxylin and eosin stain 400x); B: Coarse Fontana positive cytoplasmic granules (100x); C: Intratubular granules negative in modified Ziehl Neelsen for lipofuscin (100x).
Additionally, 5% of all patients diagnosed with testicular cancer may have contralateral intratubular germ cell neoplasia and may develop a contralateral germ cell tumor.
Intratubular hydrostatic pressure (FF) was measured in additional proximal tubules.
Intratubular precipitation of exogenously administered medications or their metabolites is typically influenced by the degree of supersaturation within distal tubules (dependent on hydration and drug dosage) and urine pH.
En los casos que existen fallo renal secundario al deposito intratubular, la hemodialisis y la plasmaferesis se presentan como una opcion de tratamiento adyuvante.
Ademas de la vacuolizacion citoplasmatica descripta por otros autores, en el presente estudio se constato la presencia de contenido eosinofilico intratubular y ensanchamiento del espacio de Bowman en los rinones, danos que explicarian las anormalidades detectadas en orina y sangre.
Sertoli cells are responsible for the phagocytosis of intratubular debris.
Although mannitol can flush out intratubular casts and increases tubular flow, so far no well-designed clinical studies have demonstrated its efficacy in ARF (120).
The pathophysiology appears to involve obstructive calcium phosphate crystalluria and intratubular nephrocalcinosis.