pericanalicular

per·i·can·a·lic·u·lar

(per'i-kan'ă-lik'yū-lăr),
Surrounding a canaliculus.
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pericanalicular

(pĕr″ĭ-kăn″ă-lĭk′ū-lăr) [″ + L. canaliculus, small canal]
Around a canaliculus.
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Tubular adenomas are pure adenomas; they belong to an uncommon subtype of fibroadenoma (pericanalicular variant) often seen in young women.
(2) Juvenile fibroadenoma exhibits a pericanalicular growth pattern, gynecomastoid-like epithelial hyperplasia, and an increased stromal cellularity.
The occurrence of BK viremia may be because that, activated BKV in renal tubular epithelial cell enters into blood circulation through pericanalicular capillary; viremia and viruria are the outcomes of activation of BKV in epithelial cell and peripheral mononuclear cells, and they occur concurrently; virus enters into urine through renal metabolism.
Confocal microscopy images of F-actin stained with Phalloidin showed that, in PEG 35 pretreated livers, filamentous actin associated with the membrane microfilamentous network and the pericanalicular band are kept preserved (Figure 5(a)).
Histopathological examination showed proliferation of benign glandular and stromal tissue, forming intracanalicular and pericanalicular pattern of growth (Figure 3).
Histopathology showed proliferation of stromal connective tissue which surrounded the ductules in a circumferential pattern (pericanalicular type), stroma containing dense fibrous and collagenous tissue admixed with loose fibroblastic tissue, (Fig.
(11) Periductal stromal sarcoma is a rare biphasic tumor characterized by spindle cell proliferation with variable cellularity and atypia around ducts with open lumina (pericanalicular pattern).
Histopathology of the specimen showed pericanalicular and intracanalicular type of fibroadenoma.
Microscopically, fibroadenomas show biphasic growth with ductular and stromal proliferation; the latter may show a predominant intracanalicular or pericanalicular growth pattern with varying degrees of cellularity, but neither pattern is prognostically important.
Fibroadenoma may show intracanalicular or pericanalicular pattern, depending upon the amount of stroma.