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- adv. In a histopathological manner
- adv. With regard to histopathology
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Since this acid might contribute to heart disease, the hearts were examined histopathologically.
The GRMD model in particular is widely used, as clinically and histopathologically these dogs generally have a severe phenotype that resembles human DMD; their use in trials of stem cell based therapies
Diagnosis of CAA was kept and was confirmed histopathologically by congo red staining.
The SV-40 Tag rat was histopathologically characterized for time to tumor development, incidence and multiplicity and in the ventral, dorsal, lateral and anterior lobes of the prostate.
Wwox KO mice analyzed macroscopically, histopathologically and radiographically.
Tumor development in Barrett esophagus is proposed to occur via a multi-step pathway, recognized histopathologically as a metaplasia-dysplasia-adenocarcinoma sequence.
These results clearly reveal that there were extensive microsatellite alterations in D3S1616, D5S346, D2S123, D3S1300 and D18S58 loci in the metaplasia-dysplasia-adenocarcinoma sequence of Barrett esophagus, even in the histopathologically normal esophageal squamous epithelium.
; histopathologically is characterized by the presence of plaques containing prion protein surrounded by vacuoles referred to as "florid" or "daisy" plaques
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