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, histological (his'tō-loj'ik, i-kăl),
Pertaining to histology.


Etymology: Gk, histos, tissue, logos, science
pertaining to the study of the microscopic anatomical and physiological characteristics of tissues and the cells found therein. See also histology.


, histological (his'tŏ-loj'ik, -i-kăl)
Pertaining to histology.


The study of the microscopic structure of tissue. histological (his?to-loj'i-kal), adjective

normal histology

The microscopic study of healthy tissue.

pathologic histology

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Out of these 100 cases, 46 cases (46%) showed histological features consistent with celiac disease, while 38 cases (38%) revealed chronic non specific duodenitis, 2 cases (2%) were of giardiasis, while 14 biopsies (14%) were unremarkable with no significant pathology.
Only 40 patients (48%) had abnormal histological changes, which included glomerulosclerosis (GS, 25%),interstitial fibrosis (IF, 13%), acute tubular necrosis (ATN, 5%), and focal tubal atrophy (FTA, 5%) (Table 1).
Anatomical, histological and histochemical adaptations of the avian alimentary canal to their food habits.
Experienced orthopedic pathologists examined all histological slides using a photomicrograph (BX41; Olympus Corporation, Tokyo, Japan).
1 It is analyzed as an active encounter between microbial factors and host defenses at the interface between infected radicular pulp and periodontal ligament which can frequently lead to local inflammation, resorption of hard tissues, damage of other peri-apical tissues, and ultimate development of a variety of histological types of apical periodontitis, usually referred to as peri-apical pathologies.
The aims of our study were to find out the histological patterns of renal diseases in patients, who underwent renal biopsy at Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar and to find out the changing trends in the histological diagnosis of renal diseases.
Histopathological features were documented in individual study subjects and the histological classification was noted.
Class VI lupus nephritis, in particular, were significantly more prominent in 31-40 years of age group when compared to other histological subtypes and age groups (p=0.
Since nickel is the most common metal used in different dental alloys, orthodontic appliances and maxillofacial surgery, hence the present study was designed to get the exact lytic effect of nickel sulphate on gross, histological as well as biochemical basis.
The aim of this work was to carry out a histological description of the growth and development of the medial and lateral ends of the clavicle from birth to skeletal maturity.
AIMS & OBJECTIVES: We had done the study to find out characteristic histological features of IUGR placenta.
Specifically, the doctors were looking for histological changes--changes in the shape of the cells lining the esophagus.