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Left nephrectomy specimen micrograph showed numerous foci of necrotizing granulomatous inflammation in the renal cortex.
This triad includes a bronchiolocentric cellular chronic interstitial pneumonia, chronic bronchiolitis, and nonnecrotizing granulomatous inflammation largely confined to the peribronchiolar interstitium.
Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome, sometimes called cheilitis granulomatosa, is a rare condition of unknown etiology characterized by noncaseating granulomatous inflammation of the face with edema, facial nerve paralysis, and plication of the tongue.
T-cell receptor repertoire and cytokine profile in granuloma annulare: defining a particular type of cutaneous granulomatous inflammation.
Granulomatous inflammation can be seen in the prostate in less than 1% of needle core biopsies.
Histologic examination of lung, lymph nodes, spleen, liver, and brain showed granulomatous inflammation with predominantly macrophages, epithelioid cells (in the lung, including bronchioles), and some multinucleated giant cells.
This showed reactive lymphoid hyperplasia and findings consistent with granulomatous inflammation.
Transbronchial biopsy specimens from the left lower lung showed non-necro-tizing granulomatous inflammation.
The most well known criteria for the diagnosis of gastroduodenal Crohn's disease are those of Nugent and Roy, which include either 1) histologic finding of noncaseating granulomatous inflammation of the stomach or duodenum, with or without concomitant Crohn's disease in the remaining gastrointestinal tract, and the absence of other systemic granulomatous disorders; or 2) confirmed Crohn's disease of the gastrointestinal tract and radiographic or endoscopic findings of diffuse inflammation of the stomach or duodenum consistent with Crohn's disease (2-6).
Gell and Coombs reaction) that produces blood precipitin antibodies, and a type IV lymphocytic reaction that initiates granulomatous inflammation in the distal bronchioles and alveoli (11).
Metastatic Crohn disease presents microscopically as sterile, noncaseating granulomatous inflammation located primarily in the superficial papillary and deep reticular dermis with occasional extension into the subcuticular fat (Figures 2 through 5).
7%) pigeons of the 435 examined; histopathologic examination of livers with gross lesions of mycobacteriosis from 15 randomly selected pigeons revealed granulomatous inflammation typical for avian mycobacteriosis in all samples.

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