fibrocollagenous

fibrocollagenous

 [fi″bro-ko-laj´ĕ-nus]
both fibrous and collagenous; pertaining to or composed of fibrous tissue mainly composed of collagen.
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fibrocollagenous

adjective Referring to a structure or tissue containing (or presumed to contain) collagen fibres.
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Post-operative biopsy showed single layer of endothelium lined by flat fibrocollagenous wall suggestive of lymphangioma.
(27) Microscopically, MNTI is made up of islands of small, round neoplastic cells embedded in a background of fibrocollagenous stroma (Figure 2).
Microscopically, the cyst wall contained fibrocollagenous tissue and was lined by a single layer of uniform flat cells, suggestive of arachnoid cyst.
H&E stained sections showed fibrocollagenous tissue intermixed with cystically dilated endometrial glands and endometrial stroma surrounded by hemorrhagic and edematous areas [Figure 2a].
Histopathological analysis of the specimen depicted lobules of mature adipocytes, fibrocollagenous tissue with moderate mixed inflammatory infiltrate, and areas of hemorrhage.
The result of anatomical pathology examination on gingival tissue macroscopically was that the tissue has a size of [+ or -] 1 cm in diameter with red bright color while microscopically showed biopsy tissue was coated by epithelium squamosum complex which some seem hyperplastic but the nuclei within normal size, subephithelial composed of stroma of edematous fibrocollagenous tissues which was pounding with massive lymphosites, PMNs, and hystiocytes and were accompanied by vascular proliferation and hemorrhage, but there wasn't sign of malignancy.
The tumor cells are separated by fibrocollagenous lamellae which are highlighted with Masson's trichrome staining.
Histopathological finding of scar mass showed fibrocollagenous tissue as well as fibroadipose tissue with normal endometrial glands and stroma.
Histopathology of the biopsy revealed fibroadipose and fibrocollagenous tissue, showing dense chronic inflammation along with the formation of lymphoid follicles.
The nodules were excised under general anaesthesia and histopathology investigation revealed fibrocollagenous and fibroadipose tissue exhibiting endometrial glands surrounded by endometrial type stroma consistent with scar endometriosis.
Fibrocollagenous thickening of dermis was seen in both biopsies.
The excisional biopsy showed an effaced node involved by a nodular lymphohistiocytic infiltrate separated by fibrocollagenous bands.