intercapillary


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in·ter·cap·il·lar·y

(in'ter-kap'i-lār'ē),
Between or among capillary vessels.

intercapillary

/in·ter·cap·il·lary/ (in″ter-kap´ĭ-lar-e) among or between capillaries.

intercapillary

[in′tər·kap′i·lar·ē]
Etymology: L, inter, between + capillaris, hairlike
among or between capillaries.

intercapillary

(ĭn″tĕr-kāp′ĭ-lār-ē) [″ + capillaris, hairlike]
Between the capillaries.
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Grade II-Flat semi-transparent acetowhite epithelium; vessels with dilated calibre and regular shape, absence of atypical vessels and usually increased intercapillary distances.
Grade III-Opaque acetowhite epithelium, irregularly shaped and dilated vessels with variable intercapillary distance and irregular surface contour.
The deposition of immune complexes is diffuse intercapillary irrespective of light microscopic lesions, whether or not they are focal and segmental (Berger et al, 2000).
Intercapillary lesions in the glomeruli of the kidney.
15] In this case, a high-grade vaginal lesion was expected, based on the dense acetowhite epithelium, coarsely dilated punctation with a wide intercapillary distance, a smooth margin, and multifocal, distinct iodinenegative (a positive Schiller's test result) epithelium.
Widening of intercapillary spaces and capillary dropouts in the perifoveal area.
Therefore, the different rates of endothelial cell and neoplastic cell turnover seem to make the intercapillary distance increase as the tumor size increases.
4) postulated that this form of renal disease was specific to angiopathy of capillaries leading to intercapillary glomerulonephritis.
5] The basic alteration in acute GMN occur in intercapillary mesangium resulting in ischemia.