fibrinoid change

fibrinoid change

Alteration in connective tissues in response to immune reactions. The tissue becomes swollen, homogeneous, and bandlike.
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H, This area shows chronic vasculitis with fibrinoid change in the vessels (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnifications X200 and X400 [inset]).
The histopathology report indicated scarring dermis and mixed cell infiltrate, leucocytoclastic vasculitis, fibrinoid changes, and some diffusely spread histiocytes.
1) liquefaction degeneration of basal cell layer, 2) fibrinoid changes in dermal collagen, most marked below the epidermis, and 3) patchy dermal mononuclear infiltrate (particularly periadnexal).