intralobular


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in·tra·lob·u·lar

(in'tră-lob'yū-lăr),
Within a lobule.

intralobular

/in·tra·lob·u·lar/ (-lob´u-ler) within a lobule.

intralobular

(ĭn″tră-lŏb′ū-lăr) [″ + lobulus, a lobule]
Within a lobule.
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7) On HRCT, lipoid pneumonia may show crazy-paving, a colorful description of patchy interlobular and intralobular septal thickening and ground-glass opacity that may also be seen with other diseases, including pulmonary alveolar proteinosis, lung edema, Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia, and bronchioloalveolar carcinoma.
A, Punch biopsy shows lobular lymphocytic panniculitis with extension into expanded intralobular septa.
The correlation of different parameters related to cell cycle determination indicated that values for growth fraction and DNA synthesis or DNA-labeling index were higher in the intralobular terminal ducts and lower in alveoli and ducts.
The wide spectrum of radiologic findings described in RA can be categorized in 5 broad patterns: (1) reticular opacities with lobular distortion, intralobular lines, and traction bronchioloectasis (with or without honeycombing) that correlate with fibrotic ILD (usual interstitial pneumonia [UIP] or nonspecific interstitial pneumonia [NSIP]); (2) airway-associated abnormalities, such as fuzzy centrilobular nodules of ground-glass attenuation (follicular bronchiolitis) or bronchial and bronchiolar wall thickening with heterogeneous lung attenuation (Figure 1; constrictive bronchiolitis); (3) patchy, often peripheral, consolidation that correlates with organizing pneumonia (OP); (4) random parenchymal nodules (rheumatoid nodules); and (5) pleural effusions.
The high-resolution CT findings included areas of moderate ground-glass appearance, micronodular intralobular hazy opacities, interlobular and intralobular septal thickening, bronchial dilation with wall thickening, mucous plugging, and pleural thickening (Fig.
A percutaneous liver biopsy, performed at the bedside under ultrasonographic guidance, showed macrovesicular and microvesicular steatosis, with central hepatocellular nuclei and essentially no intralobular inflammation (Figs.
The stromal hyperplasia may involve perilobular as well as intralobular stroma (Figure 1).
An open lung biopsy showed infiltrates involving the pleura, intralobular septa, and bronchovascular bundles, composed of histiocytes with abundant foamy cytoplasm, consistent with a diagnosis of Erdheim-Chester disease.
Other HRCT findings associated with asbestosis include pleural-based intralobular and interlobular lines, ground-glass attenuation, and honeycombing.
Unlike the lacrimal gland, which has its own intrinsic intralobular lymphoplasmacytic architecture with lymphatics, (12) the orbital fibromuscular and fibroadipose soft tissues are devoid of a standing population of inflammatory cells, and furthermore lack lymphatic channels.
Early reports point out that PASH is a form of stromal hyperplasia with an exaggerated intralobular stromal response to progesterone in estrogen-primed tissue, that is, a hormone-dependent process.