The Company has pioneered the development of a unique, patented technology, the Peregrine System, to deliver diagnostic and therapeutic agents directly to the perivascular
region that surrounds blood vessels.
fibrosis was determined as the ratio of the area of fibrosis surrounding the vessel wall to the total vessel area (Shinzato et al.
epithelioid tumor: A novel rare neoplasm.
The earliest and most common abnormality found in patients with MPS is cystic lesions that correspond to enlargement of the Virchow-Robin perivascular
spaces (PVS), which are pia-lined spaces that accompany penetrating arteries and arterioles into the brain parenchyma.
Lupus erythematosus is the prototypic interface dermatitis associated with a perivascular
and perifollicular lymphocytic infiltrate, increased dermal mucin, and follicular plugging (Figure 2).
Endometrial MSC were recently isolated from human endometrium by their coexpression of two perivascular
cell markers, CD146 and PDGF-receptor-[beta] (PDGF-R[beta]) (20-23).
Within the adjacent neck tissues, there was a moderate amount of hemorrhage within perivascular
soft tissue along the right anterior aspect of the cervical spine.
The distinguishing histologic characteristic is perivascular
Right eye showed old tractional retinal detachment involving the macular area and left eye had perivascular
We performed a liver biopsy that showed periportal fibrosis with presence of plasma cells, acidophilic bodies and balloon degeneration and a skin biopsy that revealed the presence of necrotic basal keratinocytes, focal oedema and perivascular
Encephalitis was characterized by perivascular
lymphocytes and fewer plasma cells expanding the Virchow-Robbins spaces.
Chest X-Rays revealed pulmonary vascular markings with blurring of the perivascular
outlines, loss of hilar shadows and sporadic patchy increases in parenchymal density.