interlobular arteries


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in·ter·lob·u·lar ar·ter·ies

[TA]
arteries that pass between lobules of an organ. See: interlobular arteries of liver, cortical radiate arteries.
Synonym(s): arteriae interlobulares [TA]
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in·ter·lob·u·lar ar·te·ries

(in'tĕr-lob'yū-lăr ahr'tĕr-ēz) [TA]
Arteries that pass between lobules of an organ.
Synonym(s): arteriae interlobulares [TA] .
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The arterial vascular tree of the kidney is structured by the renal artery branches into interlobar arteries, arcuate arteries, and interlobular arteries, which are formed by bifurcation [6].
Moreover, the analytical average width denoted by [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is the root length (renal artery, j = 0) to the leaves of the tree (interlobular arteries, j = 9), and then
The vascular form of renal amyloidosis was considered when amyloid deposits were found predominantly on those vessels bigger than the afferent arteriole or interlobular arteries. We observed only one vascular form of renal non-AA amyloidosis.
((a) Hematoxylin y Eosin 10X, (b) Trichrome 10X), associated with vascular changes in interlobular arteries: fibrinoid necrosis of the intima with fragmentation of erythrocytes, ((c) Tricromico 20X) and mucoid expansion of the intima with luminal obliteration, and ((d) haematoxylin and eosin 10X).
The interlobular arteries gave off several arteriolar branches, some of which ran close and parallel to the limiting plates (periportal arterioles).
Doppler USG was measured with peak systolic velocity (PSV), end diastolic velocity (EDV), and acceleration time (AT) was measured with Doppler USG in Doppler angle 30[degrees]-60[degrees] in the right and left common renal and interlobular arteries (Figure 1).
These lesions are represented by thrombotic microangiopathy, arteriosclerosis, fibrous intimal hyperplasia of arterioles and interlobular arteries, organized thrombi in arteries and arterioles with or without recanalization, fibrous arterial and arteriolar occlusions, and focal cortical atrophy.
(a) Graft of the patient shows the absence of blood flow at the level of the renal cortex, arcuate arteries, interlobular arteries, and arterial anastomosis.
At the junction of hepatic lobule, the portal area of the interlobular connective tissue was observed, and could be further divided into an interlobular vein, the interlobular arteries, and interlobular bile duct (Fig.
(CV, central vein; HP, hepatic plate; IA, interlobular arteries; IV, interlobular vein; ID, interlobular bile duct; HC, hepatocytes cord; BC, blood cell; HS, hepatic sinusoid; AH, bile canaliculus; LC, hepatocyte; KC, Kupffer cell; EC, endothelial cell).
The dorsal and ventral branches, respectively, were divided into the interlobar, arcuate, and interlobular arteries [5].
The interlobular arteries originated from arcuate arteries.