Noncoeliac enteropathy: The differential diagnosis of villous
atrophy in contemporary clinical practice.
stromal-vascular karyorrhexis, previously described as hemorrhagic endovasculitis, is another manifestation of FVM.
Except a single case documented by Campbell in 2009 in which a GDM patient with preeclampsia on Metformin had intrauterine death and the placental morphology showed pronounced changes such as villous
dysmaturity, chorioamniotis, villi fibrosis.
While further studies are needed, this one suggests that fractal dimension could offer solid proof of villous
abnormalities in placental pathology.
In the placenta villous
tissue they were lower in DM-2, whereas in placenta extravillous tissue they were higher in MGH and DGM and lower in DM-2 (Table 2).
In addition, this condition of unknown etiology is marked by villous
proliferation consisting of replacement of the subsynovial tissue by adipose tissue with mature fat cells .
Drymonia squamosa can be distinguished from the other species in the genus by the densely clustered scale-like indument on the petiole that is especially conspicuous when dry, the glabrate leaf blades with minute punctuations on the lower surface, the villous
to lanate corolla, and the style with glandular trichomes.
The characteristic histological features of mucosal inflammation, villous
atrophy, crypt hyperplasia, and lymphocyte infiltration of the epithelium confirm the diagnosis (Runge & Nguyen, 2010).
T4 has lower villous
height in the duodenum when compared to the other treatments.
Adenomas range from small tubular adenomas to more dangerous tubulovillous and villous
adenomas, as well as adenomas with high-grade dysplasia.
Lipoma arborescens (LA) is a rare synovial disorder characterized by the replacement of subsynovial tissue with mature fat cells, often termed villous
lipomatous proliferation of the synovium (1, 2).
The placenta from maternal anemia show signs of chronic preplacental hypoxia that causes prevalence of branching angiogenesis with intense trophoblast knotting as a result of increased tangential sectioning across irregular villous