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- adj. Pertaining to histology.
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- Same as histologic.
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- adj. of or relating to histology
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Simarro Lacabra, a brilliant psychiatrist interested in histological research, showed to Cajal, who had traveled from
So just a couple of questions; wanted to know if you can give us a little bit of an update on other tumor type with regard to K-ras that you'd see just occurring most frequently and if there is any kind of histological predictor related to that.
Further planned tests include bacteriological and histological, or tissue, examinations.
A higher proportion of participants in the LS group had a reduction of NASH histological activity score (NAS) of at least 3 points or had posttreatment NAS of 2 or less as compared with the control group (72% versus 30%).
Overall, the results showed 29 out of 36 participants experienced a decrease in histological grade of the precancerous lesion, or a slowing in the growth of the lesion during the study.
B illustrates the cerebellar cortex in a routine histological stain (Nissl stain) still commonly used nowadays: in the upper part of the photo the molecular layer (with very few cells, indicated by their nuclei - the dark dots -) can be seen, then there is the
No branches can be seen even in the routine histological stains (thionin, cresyl violet) still used nowadays (B).
We sought to determine if JRP are associated with histological mucosal inflammation and whether this predisposes the patient to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
When she completed her internship in 1901, and chose to work in anatomical and histological research under a fellowship.
The specimen is inferred to represent a five-year-old individual and to be at a young adult ontogenetic stage, based on a combination of histological features including narrower outermost zones, dense haversian bone, extensive and multiple endosteal bone depositional events and absence of an external fundamental system. d, Close up of the gastroliths scale bar, 2 cm.