intraglandular

in·tra·glan·du·lar

(in'tră-glan'dyū-lăr),
Within a gland or glandular tissue.

intraglandular

(ĭn″tră-glăn′dū-lăr) [″ + glans, acorn]
Within a gland.
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The differential diagnosis of neoplastic CCH includes solid cell nests, palpation thyroiditis, intrathyroidal thymic or parathyroid rests, intraglandular spread of MTC, and medullary microcarcinoma.
Papillary adenocarcinomas showed prominent intraglandular folding and projections with cuboidal to high columnar carcinoma cells lining the narrow bands of interstitial tissue.
Sialography demonstrated intraglandular ducts that were attenuated and markedly separated by the diffusely enlarged gland.
Pero los resultados de la terapia con agonistas de receptor de la vitamina D intraglandular en pacientes con hiperparatiroidismo refractario no siempre son satisfactorios.
Ultrasound-guided, intraglandular injection of botulinum toxin A in children suffering from excessive salivation.
The presence of goblet cells and intraglandular neutrophils with adenocarcinoma may further suggest a colonic source.
Inmunizacion intramuscular e intraglandular de ratones (Balb/c endocriados) con pcDNA3-ASP1.
This intraglandular proliferation is consistently surrounded by a basal cell layer that is often attenuated and disrupted, especially in high-grade PIN.
There is hyperplasia of the intraglandular lymphocytes and infiltration of the parotid from extraglandular lymphocytic proliferation.
The treatment of drooling by ultrasound-guided intraglandular injections of botulinum toxin type A into the salivary glands.
1Los androgenos se producen en el estroma de los ovarios y en las glandulas suprarrenales, especialmente en la zona reticular a traves del metabolismo del colesterol (figura 2); esta produccion intraglandular esta determinada por el eje hipotalamo-hipofisiario, y corresponde a un 50% de la produccion total.