lipoblast

lipoblast

 [lip´o-blast]
a connective tissue cell that develops into a fat cell.

lip·o·blast

(lip'ō-blast),
An embryonic fat cell.
[lipo- + G. blastos, germ]

lip·o·blast

(lip'ō-blast)
An embryonic fat cell.
[lipo- + G. blastos, germ]
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It is also necessary to stimulate your lipoblast, the part responsible for the skin's volume, support, and energy, by massaging your face during exfoliation."
Ultrastructurally Cells show primitive features to mature features ranging from prelipoblast and chondroblast, to lipoblast and preadpoytes, to mature adipocyte.
Liposarcoma is extremely rare and is usually recognized as adrenocortical cancer because of its large volume.[sup.6] Liposarcoma often originates in retroperitoneal mesenchymal tissues, especially in the peri-renal area and is filled with lipoblast cells.
Another theory known as "metaplasia theory" suggests that lipomatous development occurs due to aberrant differentiation of in situ mesenchymal cells into lipoblast, since fatty tissue can be derived from mutable connective tissue cells almost anywhere in the body [10].
We further evaluated the role of DDIT3 expression by studying lipoblast formation in cultured liposarcoma cells treated with adipogenic factors.
There is a lipoblast that has sharply marginated cytoplasmic vacuoles scalloping the large and hyperchromatic nucleus (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X40).
Lipoblast or pluripotential cells migrating along uterine arteries and nerves, 3.
The pathogenesis of this benign tumor is unknown with explanations including a tumor arising from misplaced embryonic remains of lipoblast, perivascular extension of peritoneal and retro-peritoneal fat, neometaplasia of lipomatous component derived from immature perivascular cells, lipolytic differentiation of primitive connective or mesenchymal tissue or fatty metamorphosis of smooth muscle cells or connective tissue into adipose cells, (2) this is most widely accepted mechanism underlying the development of Lipoleiomyoma.
Figure 3 shows a high power (400x) view showing lipoblasts, pleomorphic lipoblasts, and mature adipocytes.
In chondrolipoma, there are mature adipocytes between the mature cartilage regions and in chondroid lipoma, which is often mistaken for chondrolipoma, there are cells like lipoblasts containing multiple vacuoles in the myxohyaline and chondroid matrix.
Scarce lipoblasts and a rare hibernoma-like nodule were appreciated.