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- adj. Of or pertaining to histology.
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- adj. Pertaining to histology, or to the microscopic structure of the tissues of living organisms.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to histology: as, histologic investigations.
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- adj. of or relating to histology
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The mice with the genetic deletion of SERCA-2 demonstrated less hypertrophy, improved whole organ function, and an improved histologic picture.
The criteria included clinical, endoscopic, histologic and radiologic evidence of IBD.
Levels of IL-6 closely paralleled histologic disease severity: mild (2100 pg/mL), moderate (12,000 pg/mL) or severe (42,000 pg/mL).
Jatla M, Zemel B, Bokhari A, Bierly P, Russo P, Verma R. Symptomatology, anthropometry and laboratory correlation with histologic damage at pediatric celiac disease diagnosis; differences in diabetics versus non-diabetics.
The classification of malignant melanoma and its histologic reporting.
In our experience, ASD children with histologic enterocolitis typically have 1 to 2 unformed stools per day that are very malodorous and usually contain a variety of undigested foodstuffs.
* "Excising masses (tumors) from live animals, in some cases without histologic examination of the masses, in others without reporting them to the FDA."
Grade refers to the histologic type, characterized by the Gleason score, with the prognosis worse for higher-grade cancers.
Nigrosine: A variable mixture of blue-black aniline dyes; used as a histologic stain for nervous tissue and as a negative stain for studying bacteria and spirochetes; also used to discriminate between live and dead cells in dye-exclusion staining. sequoia
Finally, a favorable histologic response means that when viewed under a microscope, your liver tissue (from a liver biopsy) will show less inflammation, fewer dead and dying cells (necrosis), and possibly even less scar tissue (fibrosis) than the pretreatment biopsy specimen did.