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1,2,4) The lesions usually display the characteristic admixture of fibrous tissue, sometimes arranged in a storiform pattern together with foam cells and multinucleated giant cells.
2) and golf ball sized fibrous tissue mass was excised by blunt dissection (Fig 3 and 4).
UHMW-PE implants and the fibrous tissue surrounding them were collected and fixed in 10% neutral buffered formalin.
On 21st day, the fibrous tissue was maturing which was indicated by shedding of some collagen at the junction of host tissue and graft.
Peyronie's disease is also associated with Dupuytren's contracture, a condition in which fibrous tissue in the palm of the hand becomes thick and shortened.
Initially beneficial, this massive inflammatory response comes with a cost, and adult injured tissues usually heal with a scar, which is an area of fibrous tissue that transiently replaces normal tissue.
3 Fibroblasts produce a plug of fibrous tissue within the clot and new skin tissue forms beneath.
Accumulated fluid within the bursal cavity becomes encapsulated by fibrous tissue to form this acquired or false bursa.
Our aim was to determine if recombinant ghrelin could regulate the formation of fibrous tissue associated with chronic liver damage.
2) Likewise, in an evaluation of 23 fibrous tissue tumors involving the sinonasal and nasopharyngeal area by Fu and Perzin, 1 case (4.
She observed that the ring of dense, fibrous tissue directly beneath the stem's outermost surface shows the most variation from one internode to the next, suggesting that this may be a key factor in determining reed quality.
Bursa is a small fluid-filled sac of white fibrous tissue and lined with synovial membrane.