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Many nonpapillary RCCs may show prominent papillary architecture focally, such as clear cell RCC with pseudopapillary growth, clear cell papillary RCC, MiTF RCC, and rarely collecting duct carcinoma and chromophobe RCC.
They also focally expressed CEA, EMA, bcl-2, and CD15 but were negative for myogenin, desmin, vimentin and RCC antigen.
Mucicarmine staining documented that the tumor was focally positive for cytoplasmic mucin droplets.
Histopathology of Vermiform appendix showed a tumor at the tip of the appendix with clear margins of 6mm, composed of small glandular acini and individual cells with eosinophilic and focally granular cytoplasm occupying the submucosa (Figure-1 and 2).
Increased dense activity involvement especially on the left side of the neck, pathologically focally increased activity involvement in the right iliac wing and focally relatively increased activity involvement in the area compatible with the second lumbar spine were detected on Technetium-99m methoxyisobutyl isonitrile (99mTc- MIBI) scintigraphy (Figure 4).
NP2 Enkephalin is the first drug candidate from the company's proprietary nerve targeting drug delivery system (NTDDS) platform focally delivering therapeutic compounds directly to the nervous system.
NP2 Enkephalin is the first drug candidate from the company's proprietary NTDDS (Nerve Targeting Drug Delivery System) platform focally delivering therapeutic compounds directly to the nervous system.
Immunohistochemistry revealed weakly positive neuron-specific enolase (NSE), focally positive alpha inhibin and synaptophysin, yet negative chromogranin.
In all, 24 patients had inadequate margin resection (defined as less than 2 mm); of these, 8 had grossly positive margins and 4 had focally positive margins.
It will cover research in the field of neuro-modulation, including invasive and non-invasive techniques and technologies that alter brain function through the use of electrical, magnetic, radio wave, or focally targeted pharmacologic stimulation.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (MST) non-invasively and focally stimulates the brains of awake adults and is sometimes used in identifying or treating several disorders.
If focally induced seizures that do not result in generalized motor convulsions are shown to be clinically effective, there would be other benefits as well.