normal histology


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normal histology

The microscopic study of healthy tissue.
See also: histology
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Effect of various histological changes on graft function at 1 month Histological changes if Number of Effect on graft function cortical biopsy patients (out of 84) Normal histology 48 (58%) No effect Glomerulosclerosis 21 (25%) No effect Interstitial fibrosis 11 (13%) Delayed graft function: 4 Acute tubular necrosis 4 (5%) Acute rejection: 2 Delayed graft function: 2 Focal tubal atrophy 4 (5%) No effect Table 2.
There were no pathological findings in 100 of the biopsies and they constituted the normal histology group.
There were 19 (3.30%) women with normal histology results, cervicitis or HPV only on the histology findings (Table 2).
Histological study of the mantle area beneath the nemertean attachment disk showed that the normal histology of the mantle epithelium was not altered.
In addition, although each organ has unique normal histology, heterotopia, metaplasia, and architectural transformation are common gastrointestinal phenomena, so that small pieces of tissue from different sites often have identical histology.
Only one patient in the present study had evidence of H.pylori infection with normal histology.
In the ovaries that appeared to have a normal histology, the follicles were found to have a normal histology at different stages of development, because there was a peripheral cortex, a medullary region displaying normal vessel network regions in the ovarian center (Figure 1).
Epithelium gives a pseudopapillary pattern and these findings are in accordance with the normal histology of adult prostate described by Wilfred, Robbins and Fawcett (1994).
The atlas focuses on the normal histology of eight common domestic species (the dog, cat, horse, cow, sheep, goat, pig, and chicken) and compares the histologic structure of their organs.
Five patients with raised Anti-tTGs levels had nonspecific inflammatory changes (not consistent with celiac disease) and 3 patients with raised Anti-tTGs levels had normal histology of intestinal mucosa.
An 8-core biopsy procedure recorded normal histology with the exception of a moderate reduction in the number of glands and chronic diffuse inflammation in the stroma.

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