Other informal terms, such as villous
attenuation or attrition, shortening, and amalgamation, offer a much superior understanding and are thus obviously preferable.
A rare form of CHM, the familial biparental CHM, is not androgenetic but rather is related to mutations in maternal effect genes NLRP7 (NALP7; chromosome 19) and KHDC3L (C6orf221; chromosome 6), which result in global imprinting alteration leading to preferential expression of paternally imprinted genes in villous
The highest histopathological changes (hepatocyte degeneration, bile duct proliferation, microabscess foci, and capsule inflammation were evaluated in the liver samples, while ileal hemorrhage, ileal inflammation, reduction in villous
depth, and villous
atrophy were evaluated in the ileum samples)were evident in group 2, which also showed the highest bacterial translocation, suggesting that pathology was caused by endotoxemia.
Clinical improvement and partial villous
recovery have been reported in some patients with villous
atrophy following the introduction of a gluten-free diet.
pylori and showed more severe intestinal damage, including complete villous
atrophy; these results were also reported by Villanacci et al.
With respect to the extension of the villi, they can be defined as "free" when they extend from the villous
stem and have no fixation in the cytotrophoblastic shell, floating in the blood chamber bathed in maternal blood.
Perforated acute appendicitis resulting from appendiceal villous
adenoma presenting with small bowel obstruction: a case report.
salivarius supplementation on growth performance may relate to improve villous
height of piglets as demonstrated in this study L.
Only decidual arteriopathy, accelerated villous
maturation, and cytotrophoblastic proliferation showed statistical significant on analysis between the severe preeclampsia, eclampsia, and the control groups (p < 0.05).
(b) High power view shows histiocytic cells with fibrillary appearance in the villous
stroma (H&E x400).
The level of IL-33 expression in HTR8/SVneo cells (blank group, IL-33 shNC group, or shIL-33 group) and the expressive level of ST2/IL-1 R4 in villous
explants treated with SNP were determined by immunofluorescence staining.
They are classified as tubular, tubulovillous or villous
adenomas depending on the presence and volume of villous