Infiltrates


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Infiltrates

Cells or body fluids that have passed into a tissue or body cavity.
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Rates of corneal infiltrates were 10.5 versus 14 percent for subjects with versus without "repeat" mucin deposits.
Paraffin-embedded spleen samples obtained from neurologically normal individuals, and three adenocarcinoma samples with abundant inflammatory infiltrates (2 lung and 1 breast cancer) were used as positive controls.
Since 2010, IV infiltrates in the pediatric population have been monitored using the National Database for Nursing Quality Indicator (NDNQI) measure (American Nurses Association [ANA], 2014) within the project leader's organization.
Fite-Foraco staining was performed on the histopathological sections and examined for: (1) presence of granuloma--its location whether epidermal, dermal, or periappendiceal, mature or immature type, and predominant cell type of granuloma whether epithelioid or macrophage; (2) cellular infiltrate: predominant cell type, presence or absence of Langhans giant cells or foamy macrophages, and the distribution; and (3) other histopathological features such as obliteration of dermal nerves by granuloma, erosion of epidermis by granuloma, and presence or absence of grenz zone.
Histologically, CN are intraepithelial and stromal melanocytic proliferations, with solid and cystic inclusions, goblet cells, and chronic inflammatory infiltrates that include eosinophils and plasma cells.
The histopathology showed dermis with a diffuse infiltrate of immature myeloid series of cells composed of myelocytes, metamyelocytes, eosinophils and neutrophils confirming the diagnosis of leukemia cutis [Fig 4&5].
Know the correct management of corneal infiltrates (Group 5.2.1) Know how to recognise corneal infiltrates and the differential diagnosis (Group 6.1.5) Understand the causes and disease process of corneal infiltrates (Group 6.1.11)
If it got even the faintest whiff of the dangerous gases which could, from time to time, infiltrate the mines, it would croak.
These inflammatory fibrosclerotic lesions characteristically exhibit a florid proliferation of fibroblasts on a cellular background of mixed inflammatory infiltrates of lymphocytes, plasma cells, and eosinophils.
Normally peaceful, brewer's yeast cells get ornery once a certain virus infiltrates them.
One week later, a chest radiograph showed bilateral alveolar infiltrates suggestive of pulmonary edema (Figure).