intratubular

in·tra·tu·bu·lar

(in'tră-tū'byū-lăr),
Within any tubule.
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Previously most commonly referred to as intratubular germ cell neoplasia-unclassified," the recent 2016 edition of the WHO has officially renamed this entity germ cell neoplasia in situ, although its morphologic definition essentially remains the same.
Rete testis invasion by malignant germ cell tumor and/or intratubular germ cell neoplasia: what is the significance of this finding?
Prevalence of intratubular germ cell neoplasia and multifocality intesticular germ cell tumours [less than or equal to] 2 cm: Relationship with other pathological features.
A nivel intratubular pueden producir fallo renal (nefropatia por cilindros, NC).
Postrenal AKI can be due to either intratubular or extrarenal obstruction.
Myoglobin subsequently causes renal injury via renal vasoconstriction, formation of intratubular casts, and direct toxicity to the tubular cells of the kidney.
DOX treated group showing kidney tissue with intratubular and peritubular hemorrhages (arrow head), with moderate tubular epithelial degeneration (arrows), while the glomeruli looks normal (G) (Fig.
El BS produce la alcalinizacion del liquido intratubular reduciendo la lesion por radicales hidroxilos, lo que supone un mayor beneficio que la SSN 0.
Our findings are also in accordance with Abdel-Gawad S K & Mohamed A K G (9) who observed that PCT was most severely affected followed by DCT in the form of vacuolated cytoplasm and necrotic changes in the form of nuclear pyknosis along with intratubular casts with desquamated renal tubular cells.
9) Typical seminomas in birds are further subdivided into intratubular or diffuse types.
Intratubular germ cell neoplasia of the human testis: heterogeneous protein expression and relation to invasive potential.