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mesothelial

 [mez″o-the´le-al]
pertaining to the mesothelium.

mes·o·the·li·al

(mez'ō-thē'lē-ăl),
Relating to the mesothelium.

mesothelial

adjective Referring to a mesothelium—e.g., pleura, peritoneum.

Pronunciation
Medspeak-UK: pronounced, MEE zoh theel ee ull
Medspeak-US: pronounced, MEH zoh theel ee ull

mes·o·the·li·al

(mez'ō-thē'lē-ăl)
Relating to the mesothelium.
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Fluid cytology revealed a few reactive mesothelial cells.
They found the answer in mesothelial cells. These special cells line body cavities and organs.
In 11 of the mesotheliomas, there was loss in 100% of mesothelial cells (Figure, C and D); in the 2 other cases there was loss in 50% and 75% of the mesothelial cells.
AgNOR study be Sujathan et al (1996) concluded that in malignant cells the mean AgNOR count was 4.72 and the AgNOR's were irregular is shape, while in benign mesothelial cells AgNOR's were comparatively larger, single dots with a mean count of 1.92, cytologically atypical samples, five were in the malignant range, the others were within benign limits.
IL-17 stimulates intraperitoneal neutrophil infiltration through the release of GRO alpha chemokine from mesothelial cells. J Immunol 2000; 165: 5814-21.
(6) The lesions that arise from the pleura are often encapsulated within a thin membrane, which consists of collagen covered by normal mesothelial cells. The tumor is attached to the pleura by a highly vascular pedicle in 38-42% of cases.
Recent findings indicate that an intravenous injection of MSCs may attenuate the peritoneal injury by repairing mesothelial cells, reducing inflammation and fibrosis.
The microscopic examination of peritoneal fluid smears revealed several medium to large clumps of mesothelial cells with massive hyperplasia, marked nuclear pleomorphism, coarse chromatin, prominent nucleoli and scanty basophilic cytoplasm (Fig.
'Certainly drinking bicarbonate affects the spleen and we think it's through the mesothelial cells,' said study co-author Paul O'Connor from Augusta University in Georgia, US.
"Certainly drinking bicarbonate affects the spleen and we think it's through the mesothelial cells," study co-author Paul O'Connor from Augusta University in Georgia said.
They have shown that when rats or healthy people drink a solution of baking soda or sodium bicarbonate, it becomes a trigger for the stomach to make more acid to digest the next meal and for little-studied mesothelial cells sitting on the spleen to tell the fist-sized organ that there's no need to mount a protective immune response.