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In this case, the infiltrate is the immune response to an infection of the cornea, usually by bacteria such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa or by Acanthamoeba or fungus (very rare in the UK).
Prostatic tissue infiltrated by an atypical lymphoid infiltrate under low and high power.
What: Eight-part sequel to last year's miniseries about the war on terror at home, with Michael Ealy as the Muslim FBI agent who infiltrates another domestic terror cell and Oded Fehr as the terrorist heading up another attack.
His lesion featured the distinct radiologic and histopathologic characteristics of EAF, which include an onionskin and whorled fibrosis that surrounds the blood vessels and an inflammatory infiltrate that is predominated by eosinophils.
Heineken has set out to infiltrate major Latin American beer markets and has seized hefty shares throughout the region, especially in Central America.
Stormwater: Typical development creates impervious surfaces that do not allow rainwater to infiltrate into the ground and collects.
A B-cell PTLD was diagnosed by endobronchial biopsies, while a perivascular lymphoid infiltrate was found by TBB.
LDL is more likely to infiltrate artery walls when it is oxidized.
The American Civil Liberties Union is looking into the activities of a Michigan State University police officer, who posed as a student in order to infiltrate an anti-sweatshop campus activist group.
It is not necessary to infiltrate a shell after each layer.
The notion that the preposterous men's movement could somehow infiltrate and subvert the American business community is almost too horrifying to contemplate.
May 8 /PRNewswire/ -- On the heels of attending the opening of the Center For Public Affairs in Simi Valley with Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan, Cuban-born strategist Salvador Diaz-Verson is about to infiltrate the Pentagon and four major U.