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par·en·chym·a·tous

(par'eng-kim'ă-tŭs), Avoid the mispronunciation par'eng-kī'mă-tŭs.
Relating to the parenchyma.
Synonym(s): parenchymal

parenchymal

parenchymal

Pertaining to, or resembling, the functional elements of an organ or tissue, rather than to its structural parts (matrix).
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The diagnosis, assessment and treatment of diffuse parenchymal lung diseasein adults.
In our series 89% of cases were diagnosed as simple renal cyst which represent the most common differential diagnosis of renal cysts followed by, 7% hydronephrosis, 2% renal parenchymal disease, 1% polycysAmong 40 symptomatic patients the most clinical presentation associated with renal cyst in this study was diabetes mellitus 10 (25%) and abdominal pain 7 (17.
Non Contrast CT and subsequent Contrast Enhanced CT showed no parenchymal lesion.
Although parenchymal neurological involvement in patients with BD mostly manifests itself with a brainstem syndrome, occasionally spinal cord can also be involved.
Asymptomatic perdiapedetic or parenchymal hemorrhagic transformation can be considered as a marker for efficient thrombolysis.
Drug-induced pulmonary diseases due to acebutolol and other beta-blockers have been described briefly as parenchymal infiltration and pleurisy (3-7).
Isolation and culture of parenchymal and nonparenchymal cells from neonatal swine liver.
Simple' parenchymal mobilisations work well for small excision volumes.
The inflammation and parenchymal hemorrhage were the most common lesions found as severe involvement, both present in this condition in 12 (23.
Some of these patients showed additional parenchymal abnormalities like alveolar space abnormality including both ground glass attenuation and consolidation (n=5, 31.
Potential confounders included indications of restrictive spirometry and the presence of pleural or parenchymal abnormalities.
Levine suggested that the unanswered clinical question then becomes: 'Are these very brief episodes then really 'microstrokes' invisible to the neurological examination or current imaging modalities, with very subtle, if any, detectable parenchymal or functional change?