fibroelastic

fibroelastic

 [fi″bro-e-las´tik]
both fibrous and elastic.
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fi·bro·e·las·tic

(fī'brō-ē-las'tik),
Composed of collagen and elastic fibers.
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fibroelastic

adjective Referring to fibrous and elastic tissue.
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fi·bro·e·las·tic

(fī'brō-ĕ-las'tik)
Composed of collagen and elastic fibers.
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They are characterized as a central fibroelastic core with radially arranged ducts and lobules (9).
Eyelids have a fibroelastic tarsal plate without the presence of meibomian glands (MURPHY, 1993; WILLIS & WILKIE, 1999; BAYON et al., 2007).
The third outermost layer is the longitudinally organized fibroelastic membrane the Dura matter.
Degenerative mitral valve disease was defined as a disease including fibroelastic deficiency (FED) and Barlow's disease (BD) diagnosed by transesophageal echocardiographer and surgeon intraoperatively and/or confirmed by pathologist postoperatively.
Cardiac fibromas can be also called as Fibroelastic hamartoma or Fibrous hamartoma.
Posteriorly, trachea consists of a membrane of smooth muscle and fibroelastic tissue joining the ends of the cartilages.
This rare entity characterized by fibroelastic the pleural and subpleural lung parenchymal thickening particularly located in the upper lobes of lungs.
The histological structure of subaortic membranes is characterized by stack-like layers of fibroelastic tissue with underlying bundles of smooth muscle cells towards the subendocardial region [14], which is different from the observed histological composition of the above-described valve-like structures.
There was mild tubular atrophy, interstitial fibrosis, mild/ moderate arterial intimal fibroelastic thickening, and mild arteriolosclerosis.
The embryological changes involve abnormal migration of myoblasts from the upper cervical somites to the transverse septum (4 weeks of gestation) and pleuroperitoneal membrane (8 to 12 weeks); microscopy shows diffused fibroelastic changes and lack of fibers.
One big difference given as an example in the study is that male seals have penis bones but cetaceans have a "fibroelastic penis." In addition, female cetaceans have "muscular vaginal folds" but seals have none at all.
[13,14] Various vascular changes such as atherosclerosis, arteriosclerotic lesions (including fibrous or fibroelastic intimal thickening), disruption of the internal elastic lamella and atheromatous plaques have also been reported in children with CKD.