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stellate

 [stel´āt]
star-shaped; arranged in rosettes.

stel·late

(stel'āt),
Star-shaped.
[L. stella, a star]
Star-shaped; referring to multiple tapering points emanating from a central axis

stel·late

(stel'āt)
Star-shaped.
[L. stella, a star]

stellate

star-shaped.
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(6) Sympathetic blockade such as a stellate ganglion block aims to disrupt these neural pathways.
Left Cervical Sympathetic Chain with Stellate Ganglion A.
Liver fibrosis and hepatic stellate cells: Etiology, pathological hallmarks and therapeutic targets World J Gastroenterol 2016; 22: 10512-22.
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Immortalized hepatic stellate cells, LX-2, were cultured using the method stated in previous study by Rahmaniah et al.
Zhanget al., "Activation ofPPAR[gamma]/P53 signaling is required for curcumin to induce hepatic stellate cell senescence," Cell Death & Disease, vol.
Caption: Figure 4: Presence of stellate cells in the background of a myxoid substance.
Geerts, "History, heterogeneity, developmental biology, and functions of quiescent hepatic stellate cells," Seminars in Liver Disease, vol.
Immunofluorescent staining of stellate cells for [alpha]-SMA was performed.
It is the presence of myxoid stroma and abundance of stellate cells and spindle cells that help in clinching the diagnosis.