Lobules


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Lobules

A small lobe or subdivision of a lobe (often on a gland) that may be seen on the surface of the gland by bumps or bulges.
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Examination of control liver sections stained by PAS reaction shows the abundance of glycogen in the cell of hepatic lobule. The glycogen particles appear accumulated at one side of the cytoplasm leaving the other side almost devoid of such materials (Fig.
Each specimen was evaluated for size of hepatic lobule. Hepatic lobular diameter was measured under low power in ten low-power fields (10X).
Tumor tissue was arranged in lobules separated by fibrovascular septa.
Intraoperative Picture showing an Encapsulated Lobule of the Mass
This conjunction analysis (using t > 3.5 as the threshold) yielded overlapping activation across 87 voxels, in three main regions, namely, the left fusiform gyrus, the right inferior temporal gyrus, and the right inferior parietal lobule (Figure 4).
Breast tissues MPM diagnostic features Normal breast (1) Epithelial cells inside acinus generate strong tissue TPEF signal, showing the regular arrangement and uniform cell size (2) Collagen fibers inside lobule emit strong SHG signal, exhibiting circular morphological feature Fibroadenoma (1) Mammary ducts are distinctly compressed lesion (2) Collagen fiber increases in density relatively, appears less organized, and becomes shorter Fibrocystic (1) The cysts are visualized with lumen filled disease with cystic fluid (2) The collagen fibrous tissues surrounding the cysts are denser compared to normal breast tissue
In the present study, the results of 13 patients who underwent auricular lobuloplasty for elongated or cleft auricular lobule were evaluated.
Examination of testicular micrographs of black perch [greater than or equal to] 90 mm SL had testes that contained all stages of sperm development and spermatozeugmata within the lobules (Fig.
This technique involves piercing the ear with gradual dilation and stretching of the ear lobule after plugs of increasing diameter are inserted.
Excessively protruding lobules should be addressed during otoplasty.
In this study, we examined the influence of resveratrol on CX3CL1 and TNF-[alpha] production in extracorporeally perfused human term placental lobules under hyperglycemic (25 mmol/L glucose; HG group; N = 36) and normoglycemic (5 mmol/L glucose; NG group; N = 36) conditions.