parenchymatous


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par·en·chym·a·tous

(par'eng-kim'ă-tŭs), Avoid the mispronunciation par'eng-kī'mă-tŭs.
Relating to the parenchyma.
Synonym(s): parenchymal

parenchymatous

[per′əngkim′ətəs]
Etymology: Gk, para + enchyma, infusion
pertaining to or resembling the functional tissues of an organ or gland. Also parenchymal.

par·en·chym·a·tous

, parenchymous (par'ĕn-kim'ă-tŭs, -en'ki-mŭs)
Relating to the parenchyma.

parenchymatous

(păr″ĕn-kĭm′ă-tŭs)
Concerning the essential tissues of an organ.
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Also, there is no extensive inner parenchymatous zone and consequently the glands are not elevated or bulging.
The mesocarp consists of three tissue regions: the outer parenchymatous mesocarp with druse idioblasts; the middle mesocarp with elongated and thin-walled cells; and the inner mesocarp (originated from middle meristem) with palisade-like cells.
Our results showed that the histopathological changes in the liver were mainly represented by parenchymatous degeneration of hepatocytes with mild necrosis, leucocytic infiltration in the portal area, severe congestion and hemorrhage.
Virologic and bacteriologic investigations on the parenchymatous organs did not detect common canine pathogens, notably canine parvovirus type 2, canine distemper virus, canine adenovirus type 1 and type 2.
The patient's cognitive decline is consistent with parenchymatous neurosyphilis.
5) Other less frequently reported pathologic findings include diffuse parenchymatous degeneration with gliosis and axonal dystrophy, diffuse and focal subpial gray matter necrosis, mineralizing microangiopathy, dystrophic calcification, and axonopathy.
2006), "The typical gymnospermous seed coat comprises three layers: and outer fleshy parenchymatous layer (sarcotesta), a middle sclerenhymatous (stony) layer (sclerotesta) and an innermost parenchymatous layer (endotesta) which generally collapses at maturity and fonns a thin membranous layer".
The antheridia were sunken in the parenchymatous tissue that makes up the body of the cylindrical gametophyte.
The single most consistent histopathologic feature of lesions associated with C psittaci infections in birds is hystiocytosis, an increased number and size of cells in the hystiocyte-macrophage system, either in the interstices of parenchymatous organs or as the predominant cellular component of fibrinous exudates on air sac and serosal surfaces.
Initial archaeobotanical results show the presence of untransformed seeds, charred parenchymatous tissues, and charred wild nut fragments.
2] Most of the literature suggests that the pathogenesis is a foreign body reaction to ingested legume parenchymatous cells at various stages of digestion.
The rhizome is soft, parenchymatous with the ground tissue uniform (not differentiated into cortex and pith) and having dense starch deposits.