silver impregnation

sil·ver im·preg·na·tion

(sil'vĕr im'preg-nā'shŭn),
Silver complexes employed to demonstrate reticulin in normal and diseased tissues, as well as neuroglia, neurofibrils, argentaffin cells, and Golgi apparatus.

sil·ver im·preg·na·tion

(sil'vĕr im'preg-nā'shŭn)
Silver complexes employed to demonstrate reticulin in normal and diseased tissues, as well as neuroglia, neurofibrillae, argentaffin cells, and Golgi apparatus.
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dye for detecting argyrophilic reticular fibers in connective tissue (silver impregnation) for goz gokpatb 1 set, indicated by participants
The tissues were embedded in paraffin and sectioned at approximately 4 (Vim for hematoxylin and eosin, Watanabe's silver impregnation, and immunohistochemical staining (primary mouse monoclonal antibodies to vimentin [Vim 3B4.
Pierozzi (2011) observed only one pair of chromosomes with a terminal NOR band after silver impregnation in some grapes.
Reticulin silver impregnation showed an epithelioid-like structure.
Both silver impregnation stains and electron microscopy, however, successfully reveal the bacteria in tissue.
(figure 10) The resected specimen of the mass was subjected to thorough histopathological examination by special stains like periodic acid-Schiff (PAS), silver impregnation for reticulin, Bodian's stain for nerve fibres and toluidine blue to rule out other differential diagnoses & to reach to a final conclusion.
The finding from the newly identified cross-over trial support the effectiveness of silver impregnating catheter over the catheter without the silver impregnation.
Other granulomatous conditions, such as foreign body reactions and fungal or mycobacterial infections, must be excluded through the use of ancillary studies (e.g., microbiologic cultures and h istochemical stains such as acid-fast and silver impregnation stains).
Specifically, silver impregnation staining of autopsy specimens from two patients identified organisms with typical leptospiral morphology in kidney and liver tissue; in a third patient, leptospiral morphology was less typical.