hypercellularity


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hypercellularity

 [hi″per-sel″u-lar´ĭ-te]
abnormal increase in the number of cells present, as in bone marrow. adj., adj hypercell´ular.

hypercellularity

/hy·per·cel·lu·lar·i·ty/ (-sel″u-lar´ĭ-te) abnormal increase in the number of cells present, as in bone marrow.hypercell´ular

hypercellularity

(hī″pĕr-sĕl″ū-lār′ĭ-tē)
An increased number of cells in any location, but esp. in the bone marrow.

hypercellularity

abnormal increase in the number of cells present, as in bone marrow.
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The histological changes of rats in IgAN[sub]TAK242 and IgAN[sub]Pio groups were both characterized by glomerular hypercellularity, moderate proliferation of the mesangial cells, and hyperplasia of mesangial matrix.
Caption: Figure 2: (a) Acute thrombotic occlusion of capillary loops, with segmental endocapillary hypercellularity due to inflammation, with endothelial cell swelling, and with fragmented red blood cells.
Plenty nucleated red blood cells and many mature and immature leucocytes including predominantly myelocytes with number of the blast cells form 6% to 30% were present in the chronic, accelerated phases and blast crises were seen while bone marrow smear were showing hypercellularity due to excessive proliferation of myeloid cell line predominantly of myelocytes hypolobated megakaryocyts with few blue histocytes and pseudogaucher cell.
This is defined by pure mesangial hypercellularity and immune complexes deposition by immunofluorescence microscopy.
It has been reported that the degree of hypercellularity is correlated with the degree of irreversible glomerular injury.
Bone marrow biopsy may reveal hypercellularity with relative myeloid hypoplasia with or without megakaryocytic hyperplasia (16).
1,2,4] Low tumour ADC values compared with normal brain parenchyma are due to tumour hypercellularity.
The most common histopathological finding was mesangial proliferation and hypercellularity in 15 biopsies (43%).
95%) followed by hypercellularity and normocellularity with 37.
14) Specifically, histopathological analysis of abnormal tendons with tendinopathy reveals hypercellularity, hypervascularity, lack of inflammatory infiltrates, and disorganization and loosening of collagen fibrils.
Additionally, intraoperative pathology demonstrated hypercellularity of the other three glands.
Nguansangiam et al (21) did study on electron microscopic examination of renal tissues in fatal cases of falciparum malaria and found PRBC sequestration in glomeruli and tubulointerstitial vessels, acute tubular changes, mild glomerular hypercellularity and monocyte infiltrate in glomerular and peritubular capillaries.