perivascular

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Related to perivascular cuffing: neuronophagia, perivascular cuffs

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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D) Neonate 6: white matter with lymphocytic perivascular cuffing and severe gliosis (original magnification x40).
The most remarkable changes were perivascular cuffing around Meissner and Auerbach ganglia in the muscle layer of stomach (Figure 1, panel B), ganglioneuritis in the trigeminal ganglion, and nonsuppurative encephalomyelitis (Figure 1, panel C).
Pensaert (3) reported perivascular cuffing and neuronal degeneration at the intramural nervous plexus of the stomach in pigs showing VWD.
In one patient who died of meningoencephalitis in South Africa, brain pathologic findings showed perivascular cuffing and round-cell infiltration (2).
Neurologic disease developed in only 1 horse, and brain histopathologic examination showed meningeal lymphocytic infiltration, perivascular cuffing, and focal encephalitis.
4, showed multifocal perivascular cuffing, lymphocytic meningitis, and focal encephalitis, characterized by focal neuronal necrosis and neuronophagia with associated microglial nodules (Figure 6B).
Histopathologic examination of four fatal human cases showed varying degrees of neuronal necrosis in the gray matter, with infiltrates of microglia and polymorphonuclear leukocytes, perivascular cuffing, neuronal degeneration, and neuronophagia (Figure 1).