fibrous connective tissue


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fibrous connective tissue

Fibrous connective tissue

Dense tissue found in various parts of the body containing very few living cells.
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2,5) POF is characterized by hyperplasia of fibrous connective tissue, nevertheless presenting bone formation.
1: High power magnification of the dense fibrous connective tissue with reactive changes and showing fibroblast proliferation, with reactive nuclear atypia, vascular proliferation and chronic inflammation.
It presented a fibrous connective tissue with a predominantly compact aspect, standing out from the articular capsula due to the presence of fibers of different aspects.
Cellulite is fat trapped in fibrous connective tissue, making it difficult for the blood supply to remove, so is also stubborn to shift.
A thick, fibrous connective tissue, the plantar ligament provides the tension that creates the arch of the foot.
6, 15) Microscopic examination reveals multiple large stellate-shaped and sometimes multinucleated fibroblasts (giant cells) in a loosely arranged vascular fibrous connective tissue.
Hematoxylin-eosin-stained and Movat-stained sections demonstrated a rounded infarct composed of coagulative necrosis that was well demarcated from the surrounding intact lung parenchyma by a zone of epithelioid histiocytes and fibrous connective tissue.
1,2,3] On histologic examination, hamartomas are found to contain varied amounts of fat, glandular tissue and fibrous connective tissue,[1.
Karl Weber, then of the University of Chicago (now at the University of Tennessee School of Medicine in Memphis), discovered that accumulation of fibrous connective tissue between muscle cells made them stiff and unable to contract effectively.
Underlying the nervous tissue layer is a dense layer of fibrous connective tissue.