due to underlying CKD and inflammation were the most frequent findings in the BM of the patients.
Bates et al  found reactive changes
in 41% of HIV aspirates.
Familiarity with the histologic changes that occur in reactive lymph nodes is important in preventing misdiagnosis of lymphoma, just as awareness of the histologic changes that lymphoid neoplasms share with reactive changes
is key to not missing a diagnosis of lymphoma.
The most frequent finding on histopathological analysis was reactive changes
Recent studies have supported the hypothesis that astrocytes have a beneficial role contributing to amyloid-beta clearance, but also that excess amyloid-beta can lead to oxidative stress and damage, and as a consequence to reduced astrocyte functionality, leading to reactive changes
and decreased neuronal support, and thereby contributing to neurodegeneration.
US and cystoscopy after 3 months showed marked regression and biopsies showed nonspecific reactive changes
When smear microscopy identified changes in the cells it was difficult to differentiate between reactive changes
and epithelial dysplasia (ASC-US); these changes were more often in the background of the inflammatory process (Figure 1).
Biopsy of the liver explant revealed intense lobular inflammation with the hepatocellular reactive changes
persisting and stage IV fibrosis (Figure, panels E, F).
Frequent reactive changes
- with no consideration of whole strategy
Vocal fold nodules and polyps represent reactive changes
of the laryngeal mucosa and adjacent stroma that result in benign nodular or polypoid growths.
In addition, in this study it has been supposed that reactive changes
could also derive from an entrepreneur's reaction to a particular internal or external condition, regardless of a previous relationship.
The dense fibrous connective tissue showed reactive changes
including fibroblast proliferation, neuronal proliferation and chronic inflammation (Fig.