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- adv. In an histological manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a histological way, mode, or manner; with reference to histology.
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- adv. involving the use of histology or histological techniques
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In such meticulously selected cases brain tissue was examined histologically; samples were taken from brain hemispheres, basal ganglia, the pons, the oblongate and from the cerebellum.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) describes either of two related but clinically and histologically distinct diseases.
Human papilloma virus can be detected in 99.7% of women with histologically confirmed cervical cancer, affecting some 500,000 women per year.
Any of you haters seen the inflammed tissues of these kids (clinically or histologically or endoscopically or with capsule endoscopy)?
The reproductive tracts of 112 female Noctillio albiventris were collected around the time of a synchronized peak in conceptions in a wild population and examined histologically.
Here we report on a histologically proven chronic eczema requiring corticosteroid treatment for several months.
A number of studies have shown that although some people may not appear to benefit from interferon treatment with a favorable biochemical and virologic response (that is, the ALT level did not normalize, and there continues to be a detectable level of virus in the blood on the RNA test), the liver cells actually look healthier histologically (that is, when examined under the microscope).
Exact information about the functional significance of the deep sections of the brain is only obtained by working through the brain histologically in serial section.
Prof. Hartig's publications for the details which serve to distinguish histologically between timber attacked by _Agaricus melleus_ and by
_ -- Anatomically, or histologically, no information exists as to the changes which give rise to the often transitory symptoms dependent on this condition.