pseudotubercle

pseu·do·tu·ber·cle

(sū'dō-tū'bĕr-kĕl),
A nodule histologically similar to a tuberculous granuloma, but due to infection by some microorganism other than Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

pseudotubercle

[-t(y)o̅o̅′bərkəl]
a nodule that resembles a tuberculosis granule but is caused by a microorganism other than Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
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Then, the granulomatous process of pseudotubercle formation occurs and the vein becomes occluded.
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