perivascular


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perivascular

 [per″ĭ-vas´ku-ler]
around a vessel.

per·i·vas·cu·lar

(per'i-vas'kyū-lăr),
Surrounding a blood or lymph vessel.
Synonym(s): circumvascular
[peri- + L. vasculum, vessel]

perivascular

/peri·vas·cu·lar/ (-vas´ku-lar) near or around a vessel.

perivascular

around a vessel.

perivascular cellulitis
may be caused by the introduction of infection at the time of an injection or the injection of an irritant substance such as thiacetarsamide into tissues while attempting an intravenous injection.
perivascular cuffing
the accumulation of lymphocytes or plasma cells in a dense mass around the vessel. An indication of inflammation or of an immune reaction.
perivascular dermatitis
a classification of inflammatory dermatosis in which the reaction is centered around superficial or deep dermal blood vessels.
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Moreover, silent CSVD, which is usually ignored, is characterized by white matter lesions (WMLs), enlarged perivascular spaces (EPVSs), lacunar infarcts (LIs), and cerebral microbleeds (CMBs).
5 Same as 3 + focal occurrence of >16 cells/high power- field 4> Necrotic cells/high power field (Extensive confluent necrosis) Inflammation and perivascular infiltrate 0, 0-1 Intralobular or perivascular leukocytes/high power field 0.
Perivascular nociceptors have been implicated in the pain associated with angina, myocardial infarction, migraine, and intermittent claudication.
HHS grant funding will be used to fund research and development of implantable self-powered load sensors for knee replacement health monitoring and to research perivascular transport of solutes from the brain.
A perivascular nonnecrotizing granuloma is a histopathologic feature of neurobrucellosis.
In our patient, it appeared that the meningeal component of the Cryptococcal infection involved the perivascular spaces at the base of the brain and cerebellar leptomeninges.
The histogenesis of PEComas is still controversial, because a normal counterpart of the perivascular epithelioid cell has not been identified to date.
Furthermore, histopathological examination of targetoid lesions reveals orthohyperkeratosis, keratotic plugging, basal cell vacuolar degeneration with colloid bodies, necrotic basal keratinocytes, perivascular and periadnexal lymphocytic infiltrates, melanin incontinence and dermal mucin deposition, consistent with LE.
The scientists used the eTXP cells isolated from human umbilical cord perivascular tissue, and engineered them by adding a gene encoding a humanized Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus (VEEV)-neutralizing antibody (anti-VEEV).
Moreover, there were elfacement of the rete ridges and sparse perivascular lymphocytic infiltration around superficial dilated vessels (Fig.
Angiomyolipomas (AMLs) are the most common mesenchymal renal neoplasms and are classified as neoplasms of perivascular epithelioid cells (PEComa).