fibrocellular


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fi·bro·cel·lu·lar

(fī'brō-sel'yū-lăr),
Both fibrous and cellular.

fibrocellular

adjective Referring to a histologic appearance characterised by both abundant fibrous tissue and patchy areas of increased cellularity.

fi·bro·cel·lu·lar

(fī'brō-sel'yū-lăr)
Both fibrous and cellular.

fibrocellular

(fi?bro-sel'u-lar) [? + cellula, little cell]
Containing fibrous and cellular tissue. Synonym: fibroareolar
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There were 11 glomeruli with large fibrous crescent, three with large fibrocellular crescent and six with global sclerosis.
The reasons for considering periodontal ligament origin is the exclusive occurrence of these fibromas in the gingiva (interdental papilla), the proximity of gingiva to the periodontal ligament and the presence of oxytalan fibers within the mineralized matrix of some lesions and the fibrocellular response, which is similar to other reactive gingival lesions of periodontal ligament origin.
Thin paraffin sections (5 [micro]m) were cut and stained with Haematoxylin and Eosin (Luna, 1968) for routine fibrocellular architecture, Van Gieson's stain (Luna) for collagen fibers, Gomori's reticulin method (Luna) for reticular fibers and Weigert's resorcin fuchsin and orcein (Luna) stain for elastic fibers.
Renal biopsy showed fibrocellular crescents and little evidence of diabetic glomerulosclerosis (Fig.
Histopathologic examination of the surgical specimen showed that it was made up of immature trabeculae of osteoid in a fibrocellular and myxoid stroma (figure 2).
3) Saphir (6) described intimal thickening resembling pulmonary atherosclerosis in the small pulmonary vessels of patients who had microscopic tumor embolism, von Herbay et al (10) described 21 patients who had tumor emboli to pulmonary vasculature that resulted in fibrocellular intimal proliferation and subsequent obstruction of small vessels in association with secondary thrombosis.
Stable fibrocellular neointimal incorporation of all stents including overlapped Protea, with complete endothelialization and minimal inflammation, was seen at one month.
3) An intravitreal injection resulting in complete posterior vitreous detachment is less traumatic than vitrectomy and might be beneficial as prophylactic treatment regime in retinal disease characterized by fibrocellular and fibrovascular proliferation of vitreoretinal interface to prevent advanced stages of disease.
Renal biopsy, during which 24 glomeruli were examined including four cellular, six fibrocellular, and one fibrous crescent, revealed necrotizing crescentic pauci-immune glomerulonephritis with fibrinoid necrosis in the capillary loops of some glomeruli.
Around sutured material there was fibrocellular reaction with presence of lymphoid aggregates.
The vitreous contained erythrocytes and fibrocellular tissue in the vitreous base (proliferative vitreoretinopathy).