The frequency and percentage (%) were computed for x-ray chest findings (consolidation and reticular
shadowing) in children classified as pneumonia, lower chest wall in drawing, fast breathing as well as for gender distribution.
Lung tissue (*) with diffuse, large, densely cellular nests of pleomorphic and mainly large heterogeneous reticular
3%) stated having positive serology for HCV: a male and a female respectively with reticular
and erosive OLP.
pattern observed radiographically is often misinterpreted as diffuse fibrosis, peribronchial fibrosis, honeycombing, suspected bronchiectasis, pleural-pulmonary scarring, or diffuse cystic lung disease.
These tubes were separated by connective tissue and had little amount of lipid vesicles in relationship to the fasciculate and reticular
Arousal: revisiting the reticular
Encontramos nodulos subpleurales en 4 de nuestros pacientes de los cuales 1 presentaba opacidad reticular
sugestiva de patron usual.
This strategy was successfully applied in dairy cows at field condition for a year using reticular
bolus BT monitoring system for detection of clinical mastitis and pneumonia with high specificity and sensitivity (Adams et al.
A subpleural reticular
pattern associated with focal thickening of the pleura and traction bronchiectasis and bronchiolectasis is also noted.
CT images with air attenuation display revealed abnormal reticular
strands from the distal transverse colon to the rectum, which seemed to correspond to CRFs formed by PUF; these were also unexpected findings.
A 27-year-old man was referred to the dermatology clinic of Al-Zahra Hospital, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences (IUMS), Iran, for consultation regarding an asymptomatic reticular
pigmentation present on his trunk and extremities for the past nine years.
Group I: comprised 45 patients with OLP, no histopathologic signs of dysplasia, 15 reticular
type and 30 patients with symptomatic OLP (15 atrophic and 15 erosive types), group II: 12 OLP cases showing dysplastic changes and group III: 15 control subjects with no oral mucosal disease.