Sections showed a fallopian tube, testicular tissue comprising prepubertal tubuli
seminiferi with an interstitium with Leydig cell hyperplasia, and a small rim of ovarian stroma.
The terminology for fine morphological descriptions of ossicles is still not satisfactory, especially for the tubercles, and, in addition, the fine tubuli
(longitudinal, perpendicular, oblique, or reticular network) in l.
Because of the small size of MT, Cd-MT is readily filtered through the glomeruli and reabsorbed by the proximal tubuli
and thus accumulates in the kidney cortex, where a major part of the body burden is located (Nordberg et al.
In shrew #5017, renal tubuli
and glomeruli, as well as nuclei of bronchiolar epithelial cells, had BDV-N.
The percentage of tubuli
with necrosis was significantly lesser in the I/R + NDGA group (15 [+ or -] 0.
5 and 3 im, which may be able to penetrate dentine tubuli
[Komabayashi and Spangberg, 2008b].
This indicates that the reuptake of the NAB compounds in the proximal tubuli
of the kidneys is less intense than that of colistin and polymyxin B.
As an example, Lizard total testis volume and seminifer tubuli
volume through volume fraction can be estimated by our system (Fig.
Together with the heating through the ground, many baths were also heated through the walls by structural elements referred to as tubuli
(8), which were usually made of brick, or by leaving a gap between the internal and the external walls of the bath.
Proceeding from that it might be concluded that tubuli
, filled with organic matter and emanating from organic layers, penetrate the primarily mineralized (= compact) laminae (Pl.
One room (11) was heated by a hypocaust and tubuli
, as were several rooms to the northwest of the casino, in what may have been a bath complex; remains of mosaic floors survive here.
a complete amyloid transformation of the glomeruli, with atrophy of the tubuli
and proliferation of the interstitium, was found.