intralobular


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in·tra·lob·u·lar

(in'tră-lob'yū-lăr),
Within a lobule.

intralobular

(ĭn″tră-lŏb′ū-lăr) [″ + lobulus, a lobule]
Within a lobule.
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--Conductos intralobulares: Tienen un epitelio cubico simple y se encuentran dentro de los lobulos (Figura 4-II).
Mammary epithelial hyperplasia is classified into three distinct types: lobular (arising from the intralobular ducts), ductal (arising from the extralobular ducts), and adenosis (CASSALI et al., 2011).
A high-resolution computed tomography scan showed characteristic areas of patchy ground-glass opacifications with interlobular septal thickening and intralobular reticular thickening (Figure-2).
The presence of atypical lymphocytes in lymphoma, IgG4-positive plasma cells in IgG4-related Mikulicz's disease, periductal and perivascular inflammation of lymphocytes and intralobular fibrosis in Sjogren's syndrome are the main factors that aid in the differential diagnosis of sarcoidosis.
Por ejemplo, en machos se ha observado degeneracion difusa o intralobular ocasionada por degeneracion testicular, originando disminucion de la calidad espermatica [1].
We did not perform a liver biopsy; however, histologically syphilitic hepatitis causes infiltration of inflammatory cells in portal area, which cause intralobular bile duct degeneration leading to mild hepatitis and periportal hepatocyte necrosis [10].
Caption: Figure 4: Photomicrograph shows high stromal cellularity of glandular tissue with intralobular and perilobular involvement.
This was in addition to mediastinal lymphadenopathy and multiple thin-walled air cysts bilaterally with peripheral intralobular groundglass opacities suggestive of lymphocytic interstitial pneumonia (LIP).
The cysts in the centrilobular form of emphysema have central nodularity due to the presence of intralobular pulmonary artery allowing differentiation from the cysts seen in PLCH and LAM [6].
Lieber, "The intralobular distribution of ethanol-inducible P450IIE1 in rat and human liver," Hepatology, vol.
Liver biopsy revealed a histological picture of portal tracts enlarged by a dense lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate and fibrosis, moderate interface hepatitis with intralobular inflammation, and necrosis in absence of relevant evidence for rejection (data not shown).
Our previous studies have suggested that BPIFA2 is not only secreted from the serous cells20 but is also produced within the intralobular and interlobular ducts of the salivary glands and serous demilunes of the minor salivary glands.