schistosomal


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schis·to·so·mal

(skis'tō-sō'măl),
Relating to or caused by members of the genus Schistosoma.
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The aim of this study is to identify the frequency of schistosomal liver fibrosis (SLF) in patients submitted to liver transplantation (LT) due to HCC in a reference center in Northeastern Brazil, describing the clinical, laboratory and histological characteristics of the patients whose explant showed only SLF.
The shape and size of schistosomal eggs are very characteristic in their morphology that is quite helpful in their differentiation.
In this study, children who were exposed to risk factors such as blood transfusion, frequent intravenous injection, history of prior hospitalization, and exposure to blood were significantly borne to be a case of HCV while no significant differences were demonstrated regarding surgical procedure, nonmedical circumcision, ear piercing, shaving in common barber, using common tools such as razors and tooth brush, delivery by aid of physician or birth attendant and history of schistosomal infection.
Massive infestation with schistosomal flukes would certainly have increased the parasitic burden and shortened the time between initial infection and end stage disease from years to months.
The spleen index in the present work showed a highly significant increment as a result of schistosomal infected mice.
None of those with histological diagnosis of schistosomal appendicitis, lymphoid hyperplasia and atrophic appendicitis appeared normal macroscopically.
Shan, "Histological classification of schistosomal egg induced polyps of colon and their clinical significance: An analysis of 272 cases," Chinese Medical Journal, vol.
Specific blood testing for schistosomal antibodies revealed an antischistosomal immunoglobulin G antibody level of 1.76 (normal 0-1.00).
Histoarchitecture of Schistosomal granuloma development and involution: morphogenetic and biomechanical approaches.
The patient then underwent surgical resection of the lesion which was pathologically proven to be a schistosomal granulomatous lesion (Fig.
There are reports of immune disturbances associated with chronic schistosomal infection.
During histological analysis, the samples were evaluated based on the papillary configuration, cytological characters, invasion of lamina propria and muscle, inflammation, schistosomal lesions, metaplasia, dysplasia; and the urothelial neoplasms were then categorized according to the WHO/ISUP1998 classification.