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vacuolated

 [vak´u-o-lāt″ed]
containing vacuoles.

vac·u·o·late

, vacuolated (vak'yū-ō-lāt, -lāt'ed),
Having vacuoles.

vacuolated

/vac·u·o·lat·ed/ (vak´u-o-lāt″ed) containing vacuoles.

vacuolated

(văk′yo͞o-ō-lā′tĭd) also

vacuolate

(-lāt′, -lĭt)
adj.
Containing vacuoles or a vacuole.

vac·u·o·late

, vacuolated (vak'yū-ō-lāt, -lāt'ĕd)
Having vacuoles.

vacuolated

containing vacuoles.
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1996), the cell pro-embryos may be covered by vacuolated cytoplasm that can exist only in a small space between the plasma membrane and the tonoplast.
Subjacent to the epidermis is a one- to three-layered zone of isodiametric, highly vacuolated parenchyma cells.
Sertoli cells observed in some of the tubules were vacuolated preformed spermatids.
Type II pneumocyte-like tumor was contained atypical columnar cells with centrally located nuclei and eosinophilic vacuolated cytoplasma distributed along alveoli in single layers (Figure 2).
Lemly (2002) reported that Belews lake green sunfish that had accumulated high levels of Se showed that numerous tubular casts were present, and tubular epithelium was desquamated, vacuolated, and often destroyed (which can render the tubular system of the mesonephros incapable of functioning properly).
They have observed that after the intraperitoneal injection of nickel sulphate, normal hepatic architecture was greatly altered, along with appearance of vacuolated cytoplasm (fatty liver), eccentric nuclei, and Kupffer cell hypertrophy.
In the analysis of tumor cell suspension smears in euthyroid groups, most cells were clear, round, with abundant cytoplasm, eosinophilic and very vacuolated, with poorly defined edges; they had distinct and lobulated nuclei and, in a smaller number, dark cells (Figure 2A and B).
Cellular morphology included multiple nucleoli, vacuolated cytoplasm, abnormal cells, and web-like cytoplasm.
Severe thrombocytopenia and abnormalities of the megakaryocyte morphology were found, including small mononuclear or hyposegmented megakaryocytes, vacuolated cells, and abnormal fragmentation of megakaryocyte cytoplasm into large platelet masses.
Other characteristic changes of amiodarone exposure that may be present include macrophages with foamy, vacuolated cytoplasm.
Activated complement proteins, such as C3d and C5b-9, were associated with vacuolated myelin sheets and myelin engulfed by macrophages [3-4].
The cytoplasm of the macrophages appeared normal and was not vacuolated, enlarged, or pigmented.

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