Fibrous connective tissue


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Fibrous connective tissue

Dense tissue found in various parts of the body containing very few living cells.
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Degeneration and necrosis in the skeletal muscle, infiltration of an extremely large number of inflammatory cells in the dermis and skeletal muscle, thickening of dermis, granuloma like growths formed by collagen fibrils of dermis and also parasitic sections surrounded by fibrous connective tissue in the muscle tissue were observed in the present study as in the other described reports (11,12,15,16).
Histopathology of the synovial tissue showed villous hyperplasia on macroscopic examination and multinucleated giant cells in a background of fibrous connective tissue with numerous blood vessels and inflammatory infiltrates with hemosiderin-laden macrophages on microscopic examination.
A) Micrograph of the anal fin (4X); B) Circular smooth muscle (20X); C) Longitudinal smooth muscle and dense fibrous connective tissue (20X); D) Intromittent organ (20X); E) Fin rays and dense fibrous connective tissue (20X).
F (7 days): In the PRP group, little deposition of bone matrix was observed, and fibrous connective tissue was present in the alveolar space.
Granulation tissue and fibrous connective tissue were noted within the intervening bone marrow.
The cyst wall was thickened with fibrous connective tissue with inflamed granulation tissue.
The tumor was highly vascularized and its stroma exhibited richly collagenized fibrous connective tissue and myxoid areas (Figure 4).
id), and prominent strands of fibrous connective tissue. The histopathological findings verified the diagnosis of subcutaneous angiofibrolipoma.
Retrieved sample on day 30 post implantation shows that carbon fibre mesh was covered by dense thick fibrous connective tissue. Complications like infection or pus formation was not seen in the vicinity of any implanted biomaterials.
Fibrous dysplasia is a disturbance of bone metabolism where the fibrous connective tissue containing abnormal bone replaces normal bone.