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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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Ductular proliferation, which was revealed by staining for cytokeratin 7, was observed in 11 and 9 patients in the two groups, respectively (Table 3).
We report an unusual observation in a 52-year-old man of a multifocal MET without obvious ductular differentiation and harboring a new LPP unbalanced rearrangement without EWSR1 and FUS alterations in both soft tissue and bone lesions.
Liver biopsy showed severe macro- and microvesicular steatosis with associated severe fibrosis and portal ductular reaction (Figure 1).
Just below Glisson's capsule are ductular biliary structures.
The rats that did not present dilatation in the diameter of the bile duct, absence of ductular reaction (i.e., increased number of ductules and ducts), fibrosis in the liver tissue, and those that died during the course of the experiment were excluded and replaced by other animals.
This includes thoughts on the role of bile salt mediated toxicity, on anatomy features, i.e., canalicular and ductular networks and the critical leakage spots of bile salt.
High signal intensity of the central scar may be caused by the inflammatory reaction around the ductular proliferation as well as the vessels within the septa and central scar.
Huang et al., "Increased autophagy markers are associated with ductular reaction during the development of cirrhosis," The American Journal of Pathology, vol.
Histopathologically, acute AMR is characterized by portal edema, endothelial cell hypertrophy, and eosinophilia within the portal microvasculature, hepatocyte swelling, ductular reaction, and cholestasis [20, 30].
Recently, a study demonstrated that hepatic progenitor cells (HPCs) or hepatic stem cells can form a ductular reaction (DR) and that the DR significantly correlated with necroinflammation, fibrosis, HBsAg, multiple nodules, the absence of a tumor capsule, severe microscopic vascular invasion, and early recurrence [34].
Immunohistochemical analysis has shown high CA19-9 reactivity in hepatic inflammatory areas, specifically in bile ductile cells and hepatocytes in ductular metaplasia [7].
Histopathological examination after liver biopsy revealed mild to moderate chronic inflammatory portal tract infiltrates consisting of lymphocytes, polymorphs, and plasma cells and significant portal fibroplasia, bile ductular proliferation, and fibrosis.