interstitial pattern

in·ter·sti·tial pat·tern

one of several chest radiographic patterns associated with interstitial infiltration or thickening, including honeycomb pattern, miliary pattern, reticulonodular pattern, or septal lines.
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Histopathologic evaluation also included evaluation for an interstitial pattern of the lymphohistiocytic infiltrate (consistent with "incomplete" granuloma annulare) or a palisading pattern with central necrobiosis (granuloma annulare, common variant), increased dermal mucin deposition (highlighted by colloidal iron stain), presence of multinucleated giant cells, elastophagocytosis, and eosinophils.
1) Three CT patterns of PCP have been characterized and include a ground-glass pattern, a patchwork pattern, and an interstitial pattern.
The lungs and air sacs had a mild interstitial pattern that most likely resulted from regurgitation and aspiration or from the chronicity of an underlying disease process.
She had no extremity edema, and her blood pressure in both arms was normal with normal peripheral circulation A chest x-ray showed a slight increase in the interstitial pattern but was "fairly normal.
A skin biopsy of one of the pustular lesions showed neutrophils within the deep reticular dermis in an interstitial pattern consistent with unusual folliculitis reaction of Behcet's syndrome.
A chest radiograph obtained September 10 following bronchoscopy showed a fine reticular interstitial pattern involving the mid to lower lung.
89 mm high, and held in a 1mm interstitial pattern by a thin Kapton substrate which aligns with the I/O trace ends on the side of the daughtercard pc board and the SMT pad contacts of the backplane.

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