anatomopathologic

anatomopathologic

adjective Pertaining to the gross and microscopic findings of a disease.
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Riedel's thyroiditis is a fibrosclerosing disease whose anatomopathologic aspect is a lymphocytic, plasmocytic, and histiocytic cell infiltration [1, 3].
Clinico-imagistic and anatomopathologic correlations in sarcomas of maxilla.
A new anatomopathologic analysis led to the conclusion that a focal plasma cell variant of Castleman disease (Figures 2 and 3) coexisted in the same interfollicular area as CD30+ HL lesion (Figures 4, 5, and 6).
The results from the study with radionuclide angiography, coupled with previous anatomopathologic data already discussed, produced the hypothesis that RV myocardial damage may be an early and direct pathophysiological consequence of CC.
Additional investigations, including anatomopathologic exploration, would be needed to further explore the physiopathologic (antiviral and/or immunosuppressive) pathways.
Description of clinic, anatomopathologic and treatment characteristics of pacients with breast cance a senology unit in Medellin, Colombia; 2006-2013
The study sample included tumor tissue specimens obtained from 157 patients with an anatomopathologic diagnosis of meningioma who underwent surgical resection performed by the same surgeon (NPF) at Hospital Sao Jose, Complexo Hospitalar Santa Casa de Porto Alegre, Southern Brazil, between January 2003 and December 2012.
Anatomopathologic cytogenetic and molecular studies of the freemartin syndrome in cattle (Bos taurus).
The diagnosis of NF is based on surgical exploration or the anatomopathologic study of the subcutaneous tissue.
Primum type defects are included in the present day in another anatomopathologic classification as incomplete atrioventricular canal defect.6,7
An evaluation of clinical, serologic, anatomopathologic and immunohistochemical findings for fifteen patients with mucosal leishmaniasis before and after treatment.
There is a lack of anatomopathologic studies which could define the FIRS and its diagnostic markers as a cause of fetal death.