pericentral


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per·i·cen·tral

(per'i-sen'trăl),
Surrounding the center.

pericentral

(pĕr″ĭ-sĕn′trăl) [″ + kentron, center]
Around the center.
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The division meant Khandaq al-Ghamiq experienced a different socio-economic reality that its pericentral counterparts, Monnot and Gemmayzeh, where economic activities continued.
Increased oxidation of dimethylnitrosa mine in pericentral microsomes after pyrazole induction of cytochrome P-4502E1.
The two forms of age-related maculopathy--exudative and nonexudative--are capable of affecting the macula, with potential symptoms including decreased contrast sensitivity, decreased visual acuity, abnormal adaptation to the dark, and central or pericentral scotomas (Jager, Mieler, & Miller, 2008).
Liver sections showed bile stasis, dilated sinusoidal space, and pericentral hepatocellular necrosis (Figure, panel A); lung sections showed intraalveolar hemorrhage, edema, and focal inflammatory infiltrates (Figure, panel B).
Studies (Garcia-Ruiz and Fernandez-Checa 2006) have shown that mitochondrial GSH depletion occurs primarily in the pericentral hepatocytes, where most of liver injury originates.
NASH was diagnosed according to previous reports by presence of pericentral steatosis, hepatocellular ballooning degeneration and Mallory hyaline, mixed neutrophilic and lymphocytic intralobular infiltrate and pericellular fibrosis in zone 3 (Younossi et al.
There was mostly sparing of the periportal areas with progressive injury in the mid zonal and pericentral areas.
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.
This abandoned industrial site in Saint-Michel district, a pericentral district of Montreal, near the former Miron quarry, has become a landfill site.
The industrial function that once characterized the pericentral areas was gradually relocated elsewhere, with severe effects on these areas.
2] production in pericentral regions of the liver and increased catalase activity (Misra et al.
the pericentral region), where extra oxygen is required to metabolize the alcohol.