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1 Vitamin C helps maintain healthy connective tissue.
2 The surgeon cut through connective tissue to expose the bone.
3 I was tired between synapses and in the connective tissue of organs.
4 None had connective tissue disease then or in the follow up period.
5 Macrophage: a large scavenger cell present in connective tissue and in many major organs and tissues.
6 Most patients affected have been young women with connective tissue disorders who receive aspirin regularly in high dosage.
7 The subepithelial connective tissue penetrated the pineal body forming interlobular septum, and separated the pineal body to parenchymal lobules.
8 Note the dense pink connective tissue dura at the right.
9 Tissue fluid from the capillaries and connective tissue of the Haversian canal can seep through these spaces and channels,[www.Sentencedict.com] bringing nutrients to the stellate osteocytes residing there.
10 Mesodermal-type bones, muscles, connective tissue, fulfilling the patient, physical type than the ectodermal thin people get sick more delicate.
11 The loose connective tissue rich in blood vessels located in the subepithelial layer, and most m...
12 Some argyrophil cells were observed in the connective tissue of lamina propria near epithelium or gland.
13 Fat cells developing in areolar connective tissue.
14 The causes may be due to childbirth, connective tissue disease, increased intra - abdominal pressure or iatrogenic causes.
15 Loose ( areolar ) connective tissue - ( in blue ) - surrounding the epithelium of tubules.
16 Hepatic stellate cells (HSteC) are intralobular connective tissue cells presenting myofibroblast-like or lipocyte phenotypes .
17 Loose irregular connective tissue (also called areolar tissue) as seen underlying and supporting epithelium in an ordinary section.
18 Meanwhile, studies published in the Western Journal of Medicine found no evidence linking implants with connective tissue diseases.
19 A portion of the tail of the pancreas was then quickly excised, trimmed of adipose and connective tissue and used immediately.
20 Heart tissue has a complex architecture that includes blood vessels and connective tissue, as well as muscle cells.
21 The tunica adventitia was serous membrane , but in the mesosalpinx, it was connective tissue.
22 Histologically, the ligamentous attachment of the nerve roots within the foramina consists of adipose and connective tissue.
23 Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) is a genetic disorder that affects all connective tissue.
24 Using external proton beam induced X-ray emission (PIXE) technique, theelemental concentrations in the structures of connective tissue corelated to acupointswere determined.
25 Hepatic histopathological examination showed proliferation of bile duct and fibrous connective tissue, obvious increase of hepatic cell oncosis and liver cell cord derangement in BDL group.
26 The dermis contains sensory nerves and Blood vessels within connective tissue.
27 A degenerating cyst is usually collapsed and surrounded by inflammatory exudate and fibrous connective tissue.
28 Utilizing the variation of autofluorescence and second harmonic generation signal, we can also visualize the interaction between squamous cells and connective tissue in vivo.
29 Result: The neurohypophysis is composed of unmyelinated nerve fibers, pituicytes and connective tissue abound in blood capillaries.
30 I have the abscess urethra, rectum and bladder perineal or around by connective tissue inflammation, clearance.
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