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bronchiolar

bronchiolar

pertaining to or emanating from the bronchioles.

bronchiolar microlithiasis
bronchiolar tumors
see pulmonary neoplasm.
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A dreaded form of small airways disease in RA is irreversible, constrictive bronchiolitis, which is often diagnosed before a biopsy is performed because of characteristic findings on pulmonary function tests and evidence of bronchiolar disease, demonstrable by the presence of a mosaic pattern (mosaic perfusion) on high-resolution computed tomography.
Bronchial and bronchiolar fibrosis in rats exposed to 2,3-pentanedione vapors: implications for bronchiolitis obliterans in humans.
One characteristic correlation is that mucinous adenocarcinoma (Figure 2) may be exclusively thyroid transcription factor 1 (TTF1) negative and EGFR-mutation negative, but it may have Ras mutation and expresses CDX2, possibly because of its presumed derivation from bronchiolar mucinous goblet cells.
Attachment to bronchiolar epithelium was moderate in seals and scarce in cetaceans, and attachment to alveolar epithelium was scarce in all 4 species.
Follicular cells of the thyroid, areas of the developing brain, type II pneumocytes, and nonciliated bronchiolar epithelial cells all normally express TTF-1.
LA-exposed SHHF rats developed atypical hyperplastic lesions of bronchiolar epithelial cell origin at 3 and 6 months.
Findings included diffuse thickening of the interlobular septa, alveolar epithelialization, and polymorphonuclear leukocytes in alveolar and bronchiolar spaces (Figure 1, panel D).
Retention in the human alveolar-interstitial region is represented by three compartments, which clear at fast, medium, and slow rates to the lymph nodes and the bronchiolar region (ICRP 1994).
Immunohistochemical evaluation of lung samples from the badger for antigens of influenza A virus (5) showed rare staining in bronchiolar epithelial cells (Figure).
SP-B is a marker of lung epithelial cells, and it is expressed primarily by alveolar type II cells (pneumocytes) and bronchiolar epithelial (Clara) cells.
Influenza virus antigen expression in lung sections was scored for bronchial surface epithelium, bronchial submucosal gland epithelium, bronchiolar epithelium, alveolar type I pneumocytes, and alveolar type II pneumocytes.