microvesicular

microvesicular

adjective Referring to small vesicles, as in microvesicular fatty changes.
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12) The lack of a defensive reaction from the bone results in a microvesicular infiltrative growth of the hydatid lesions, making in toto surgical removal almost impossible in cases of vertebral involvement.
All animals showed hepatocytic microvesicular lipid accumulation (foamy cytoplasm), and 84% showed sharply demarcated macrovesicular lipid vacuoles in mainly periacinar (zones 2-3) hepatocytes (Table 1, Figure 2).
Microvesicular steatosis is a less common but more severe variant, resulting primarily from deficient mitochondrial [beta]-oxidation of fatty acids and characterized by the presence of multiple small droplets of triglyceride within the hepatocyte, which do not displace the nucleus [89, 90].
OTCBB:AEMD) disclosed today that it has filed a international patent application under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) entitled, Extracorporeal Removal of Microvesicular Particles.
8,288,172, which was entitled: "EXTRACORPOREAL REMOVAL OF MICROVESICULAR PARTICLES".
Liver specimens of both TSOD groups showed fat vacuoles that are classified mainly as microvesicular, where the cytoplasm is replaced by bubbles of fat that do not displace the nucleus.
Patterns of centrolobular, hydropic, granular (2 dpi), centrolobular (3 dpi), and panlobular (4 dpi) microvesicular fatty degeneration were also observed in the livers of all subtype H5N1-infected animals.
Upon hematoxylin and eosin tissue staining, rats fed the chow diet and given repeated alcohol binges showed minimal steatosis, while rats fed the [choline-deprived] diet and given repeated whisky binges showed periportal and pericentral microvesicular steatosis.
Myositis, microvesicular hepatitis, and progression to cirrhosis from troglitazone added to simvastatin.
4]) cell necrosis, inflammation, 2 mg/kg, 24 hr microvesicular steatosis 56-23-5 Fluka Hydrazine Hepatocellular necrosis with 60 mg/kg, 24 hr inflammation, mild microvesicular 302-01-2 steatosis Sigma Thioacetamide Hepatocellular vacuolation and 50 mg/kg, 24 hr necrosis 62-55-5 Sigma-Aldrich 1,2-Dichlorobenzene Centrilobular to midzonal hepato- 4,500 mmol/kg, 24 hr cellular hydropic swelling, necrosis 95-50-1 with mixed inflammation Fluka Coumarin Hepatocellular hypertrophy, single- 200 mg/kg, 24 hr cell necrosis, lymphocytic 91-64-5, infiltration Sigma Acetaminophen Centrilobular hepatocellular 2 g/kg, 24 hr vacuolation, single-cell necrosis, 103-90-2 inflammation Fluka Amineptine Hepatocellular microvesicular 0.
OTCBB:AEMD), a pioneer in developing therapeutic devices for infectious disease, announced today that it has acquired world-wide rights to a patent submission entitled, "De-repression of anticancer immunity through extracorporeal removal of microvesicular particles.