macronodular

macronodular

/mac·ro·nod·u·lar/ (-nod´u-lar) characterized by large nodules.
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The possibility that micronodular cirrhosis on biopsy converts to macronodular at autopsy is doubtful and in my view is most likely the result of sampling.
In such cases, the pathologic diagnosis will usually be incomplete septal cirrhosis or macronodular cirrhosis, and the clinicopathologic diagnosis will often be noncirrhotic portal hypertension.
of cases 9 8 12 Focal dropout 22 62 58 Bridging necrosis 0 37 25 Parenchymal inflammation 11 37 8 Steatosis, macrovesicular 0 12 8 Cholestasis 0 25 0 Macronodular cirrhosis (mean nodule diameter >3 mm) 11 62 25 Dilated sinusoids 22 50 50 Sinusoidal fibrosis 44 37 0 Venoportal fibrous adhesions 100 100 100 Large regions of extinction 78 75 58 Primary Biliary All Cirrhosis Cirrhosis No.
A case of Adrenocorticotropin-independent Bilateral Adrenal Macronodular Hyperplasia (AIMAH) with Primary Hyperparathyroidism (PHPT).
7) Other forms include micronodular, macronodular, giant, clustered, lichenoid, and plaque-like lesions.
He said the toddler's liver had enlarged due to macronodular cirrhosis.
5 cm in greatest dimension, with necrosis consistent with chemoembolization and mixed micronodular and macronodular cirrhosis from her autoimmune hepatitis.
Macroscopic study of the lungs often revealed miliary bilateral disseminated tuberculosis, but macronodular dissemination and caseous pneumonia were rare.
Reproducible production of thioacetamide-induced macronodular cirrhosis in the rat with no mortality.
Laparoscopy showed extensive macronodular cirrhosis in all patients.
METASTATIC BREAST CARCINOMA MIMICKING MACRONODULAR CIRRHOSIS WITH PORTAL HYPERTENSION AND FULMINANT HEPATIC FAILURE.
Histologic examination of native liver showed micro-and macronodular cirrhosis associated with steatosis and stained acidophilic bodies.