microvesicular

microvesicular

adjective Referring to small vesicles, as in microvesicular fatty changes.
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A systems biology approach utilizing a mouse diversity panel identifies genetic differences influencing isoniazid-induced microvesicular steatosis.
In the center of the lobules, on the lower portion of the lesion, small mature clusters of sebocytes were seen, with microvesicular cytoplasm and scalloped central nuclei (Figs.
Estos resultados, son coincidentes con lo reportado en ratas machos Sprague Dawley alimentadas con una dieta enriquecida con fructosa durante cinco sem, las cuales mostraron cambios histopatologicos en el higado, caracterizados por leve a moderado deposito graso macro y microvesicular, con minimos signos de fibrosis perisinusoidal [2].
These data included donor age, gender, body mass index (BMI), biopsy findings (hydrops, sinusoidal dilatation, pigment accumulation, inflammatory infiltration, parenchymal focal necrosis, microvesicular steatosis, and macrovesicular steatosis), graft type, volumetric analysis of the liver calculated by multi-slice computerized tomography (CT) [total liver volume (TLV), functional liver volume (FLV), graft volume (GV), remnant liver volume (RLV), percentage of remnant liver volume to total liver (RLV%), remnant liver to donor body weight ratio (RLBWR)], graft weight after hepatectomy (GW), peri-operative use of blood transfusion, fresh frozen plasma (FFP), amounts of crystalloid and colloid solutions, operation time, as well as intraoperative and postoperative complications.
Case study 1 (CS 1) focuses on microvesicular liver steatosis using valproic acid (VPA) as a lead compound; test methods including PBPK modelling for prediction of plasma concentrations are already established.
Signos 2008 (12) necrosis (5), de miocarditis (3) hemorragia (6), trombos de fibrina (5), esteatosis (4) Weerakoon/Sri Necrosis hepatica Edema intersticial Lanka/ masiva (1), con infiltracion 2011 (14) esteatosis de celulas microvesicular (1) inflamatorias, necrosis de fibras miocardicas (5), evidencia de pericarditis (1) Arismendi/ Congestion (8), Cardiopatia Venezuela/ hemorragias focal hipertensiva (1) 2011 (13) (1), hemorragia capsular (1) necrosis centrolobulillar (2), esteatosis microvacuolar y microvesicular (2) Araujo/Brasil/ Evaluado en 75 Evaluado en 9 2012 (10) pacientes.
There was accumulation of bile in hepatic parenchyma and microvesicular steatosis.
Hepatic steatosis is mainly divided into two types microvesicular and macrovesicular.
1990b) Amiodarone inhibits the mitochondrial beta-oxidation of fatty acids and produces microvesicular steatosis of the liver in mice.
Hepatocytes also showed multiple, small empty spaces depicting presence of microvesicular steatosis, which was similar to the findings of Zuniga et al.
These acids are passed to the mother who because of diminished enzyme function cannot metabolize the additional fatty acids leading to the accumulation of microvesicular fat in the hepatocytes.
With HE staining, in livers of all hypothyroidism-induced rats, clear microvesicular vacuoles with sharp edges affecting hepatocyte to varying degrees and distributed randomly were seen (Figure 1).