fusocellular

fusocellular

 [fu″zo-sel´u-ler]
having spindle-shaped cells.

fu·so·cel·lu·lar

(fyū'zō-sel'yū-lăr),
Spindle-celled.

fusicellular

adjective Referring to a tissue with spindle cells tapered at both ends, which, if benign, usually correspond to fibroblasts or, if malignant, may be of virtually any lineage.

fu·so·cel·lu·lar

(fyū'zō-sel'yū-lăr)
Spindle-celled.
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A bone biopsy was performed, and its result evidenced medullary fibrosis, chronic inflammation with multinucleated of giant cells and areas fusocellular proliferation, compatible with chronic osteomyelitis.
Microscopic examination revealed a fusocellular proliferation encapsulated by a thick fibrous capsule (Figure 2).
Caption: Figure 2: Fusocellular proliferation encapsulated by a thick fibrous capsule compressing the nodal tissue (HE, 100x).
Pathological findings were of a solitary fibrous tumor which had variable cellularity, moderate to high, with a morphological pattern predominantly fusocellular without formation of bundles, in a haemangiopericytic arrangement, with sclerotic stroma.
There are three histologic variants of Histoid Hansens: Pure fusocellular, fusocellular with epithelioid component and fusocellular with vacuolated cells.
However hypointense lesions in the T2-weighted MRI images have also been reported which the authors associated with the dense fusocellular nature of the tumour [36].
Three pathological patterns of histoid leprosy include: pure fusocellular, fusocellular with epithelioid components, and fusocellular with vacuolated cells (the most common pattern).
(24) The dense connective tissue is sub-categorized as: i) unidirectional parallel ordered dense connective tissue, ii) multidirectional parallel ordered dense connective tissue, iii) woven connective tissue, iv) irregular fusocellular connective tissue.
Histologically, renal leiomyomas appear to be made of fusocellular elements showing the absence of mitotic figures, pleomorphism, hypercromatism and, above all, the absence of perilesional invasivity.
In addition, a fusocellular pattern with brisk mitotic activity (31 per 10 high-power fields) was also present (Figure, a and d).