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duc·tu·lar

(dŭk'tū-lăr),
Relating to a ductule.

duc·tu·lar

(dŭk'tū-lăr)
Relating to a ductule.
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As mentioned above, ductular reaction may be present in inflammatory adenoma, which can be confused with FNH on core biopsies.
The ductular cysts and acinar cell hyperplasia in this bird are common age-related incidental findings and would not be expected to result in derangements of glucose metabolism or islet function.
Initial pathophysiological changes in chronic pancreatitis induced by pancreatic ductular obstruction model.
Asi como efecto hepatoprotector relacionado con la capacidad de estos de disminuir el estres oxidativo y atrapar radicales libres, tanto in vivo como in vitro; un ejemplo es el caso de la quercetina, la cual ha demostrado ser efectiva contra el dano hepatico en ratas con induccion de cirrosis con tetracloruro de carbono, asociado con un incremento de la capacidad antioxidante del higado para atrapar radicales peroxilo; y en ratas con obstruccion biliar cronica, el tratamiento con quercetina resulto en una preservacion significativa de la actividad de las enzimas antioxidantes, fibrosis menos pronunciada y marcada inhibicion de la proliferacion ductular biliar (21).
There was mild ductular reaction, with no evidence of centrilobular vein thrombosis.
The septa are made up of vascularized fibrous tissue containing ductular structures and mesenchymal cells [22, 23].
Usual intraductal hyperplasia (UDH) was characterized by an increase in monomorphic ductular epithelial cell layers ([greater than or equal to] 3 cells thick) typified by cuboidal or columnar pseudostratified epithelial cells that maintained a perpendicular orientation around the basement membrane.
Alagille D, Odievre M, Gautier M, Dommergues JP1 Hepatic ductular hypoplasia associated with characteristic facies, vertebral malformation, retarded physical, mental and sexual development and cardiac murmur.
1961) that hepato-cellular injury due to a wide variety of causes can stimulate secondary response of the liver, such as billary- ductular proliferation, vascular alterations, and fibroblastic activity; these reactions may terminate in hepatic cirrhosis.
The patient's liver pathology results showed sinusoidal congestion and hemorrhage, as well as extensive fibrosis and ductular proliferation with no clear cholestasis.
1, Flt3-receptor, and Kit, can give rise to both hepatocytes and bile ductular cells in vitro and in vivo.
In the later phase, there is destruction of small bile ducts accompanied by ductular proliferation and an endothelialitis affecting the terminal hepatic veins.