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ec·tat·ic

(ek-tat'ik),
Relating to, or marked by, ectasis.

ec·tat·ic

(ek-tat'ik)
Relating to, or marked by, ectasis.

ectatic

(ĕk-tăt′ĭk)
Distensible or capable of being stretched.
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Histopathological examination under hematoxylin and eosin stain showed hyperkeratosis, irregular acanthosis and elongation of rete ridges in the epidermis; dermis showed ectatic dilated vessels with mild perivascular chronic inflammatory infiltrate, confirming the clinical diagnosis of angiokeratoma (Figure 4A and B).
Clinically important variation in manifestation, therapeutic approach, and prognosis exists for such phenotypes as left main disease, diffuse vs focal coronary artery disease, ectatic lesions, and the degree of coronary calcification.
2) Raybaud and co-workers were the first to recognise the ectatic venous structure that is characteristically seen in these lesions representing the median prosencephalic vein (MPV) and not the vein of Galen itself.
The mesentery contained lymph nodes with haemorrhagic maculation and ectatic sinuses.
Without Non-contiguous Yes honeycombing lobules Hyperechoic Echogenic structures Yes 3 foci without foci [greater than shadowing or equal to]2 mm in both length and width with no shadowing Cysts Anechoic, rounded/ Yes 4 elliptical structures, with or without septations Stranding Hyperechoic lines Yes 5 [greater than or equal to] 3 mm in length in at least 2 different directions with respect to the image plane MPD calculi Echogenic Major A 1 structure(s) within MPD with acoustic shadowing Irregular Uneven or irregular Yes 2 MPD outline and ectatic contour course Dilated side [greater than or Yes 3 branches equal to] 3 tubular anechoic structures each measuring [greater than or equal to] 1 mm in width, budding from the MPD MPD dilation [greater than or Yes 4 equal to] 3.
Ophthalmologists and other researchers review the known etiology and pathophysiology of the two corneal ectatic diseases, as well as the currently available treatments.
Rather, compensatory enlargement of the arterial wall (vascular remodeling) occurs and lumen size is maintained, secondary to ectatic or outward progression of plaque during the initial phases of atherosclerosis.
Patch stage KS is characterised by a dissecting dermal proliferation of ramifying, small, abnormal (jagged) vessels lined by thin endothelial cells, often surrounding larger ectatic vessels and skin adnexa, producing the so-called promontory sign (Figure 1A).