fibromuscular


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fibromuscular

 [fi″bro-mus´ku-ler]
both fibrous and muscular.

fi·bro·mus·cu·lar

(fī'brō-mŭs'kyū-lăr),
Both fibrous and muscular; relating to both fibrous and muscular tissues.

fibromuscular

/fi·bro·mus·cu·lar/ (fi″bro-mus´ku-lar) composed of fibrous and muscular tissue.

fi·bro·mus·cu·lar

(fī'brō-mŭs'kyū-lăr)
Both fibrous and muscular; relating to both fibrous and muscular tissues.

fibromuscular

both fibrous and muscular.
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In other cadavers, the median arcuate ligament was like a fibromuscular structure covering the celiac trunk, ending like a fibrous arch presenting a variable width of 1 to 2mm, (Fig.
The fibromuscular tissue seen in the cul-de-sac and rectosigmoid colon has "accumulated over many years," he said.
These glands were surrounded by fibromuscular stroma, and the urothelium overlying the entire focus of glands was unremarkable.
La forma de la glandula vesicular en el cortejo esta influenciada por la cantidad de liquido y por las estructuras adyacentes; en cambio en el Hombre la forma de ella esta determinada por una densa vaina fibromuscular que la envuelve.
Histologically, nasal gliomas consist of unencapsulated rests of glial cells, predominantly astrocytes, embedded in varying amount of fibromuscular stroma(12,13,14) that may covered with skin or nasal respiratory mucosa, true capsule is absent and mistosis is rare, the glial nature of the cells can be further confirmed by immunohistochemical demonstration of S100 protein and GFAP.
12) The lamina propria contains a spindle cell proliferation of a fibromuscular nature.
Prolapse is a protrusion of a pelvic organs beyond its normal anatomical confines and it represents the failure of fibromuscular support to maintain normal position.
Unlike the lacrimal gland, which has its own intrinsic intralobular lymphoplasmacytic architecture with lymphatics, (12) the orbital fibromuscular and fibroadipose soft tissues are devoid of a standing population of inflammatory cells, and furthermore lack lymphatic channels.
Peripheral arterial disease has a diversity of causes beyond atherosclerosis and Buergers disease, like fibromuscular dysplasia, or arteritis, thromboembolic causes, inflammatory or aneurysmal disease; by trauma, adventitial cysts, or entrapment syndromes; or by congenital abnormalities.
Transplant arteriopathy, generally a nonatherosclerotic hyperplastic fibromuscular intimal proliferation, occurs in virtually all types of solid organ transplants.
2) In complete epithelialization over the fibromuscular ring of umbilicus can lead to a beefy red tissue or granulation tissue over the umbilicus.
Third trimester PMD placentas have dilated thick-walled chorionic plate vessels with fibromuscular hyperplasia and may have fresh or organizing thrombi (Figure 3, A) with varying degrees of luminal obliteration.