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The chest x-ray film were reviewed by consultant pediatrician of ward having >5 years clinical experience for the diagnosis and pattern of x-ray chest findings (consolidation or reticular shadow) specific for pneumonia.
Reticular cells have indistinct cell margins and abundant, finely pale eosinophilic cytoplasm, as well as amphophilic vacuoles of different sizes (black arrow).
4) Reticular patterns of edema, radiographically indicated by the presence of Kerley A and Kerley B lines, have also been described as occurring with increasing frequency in the presence of emphysema.
By SEM, capsule of organ and the difference between the layers of the cortex, especially at the junction between the glomerular and fasciculate zone and between the junctions from reticular zone to medullar region was noted.
Activation by attention of the human reticular formation and thalamic intralaminar nuclei.
Se realizo TACAR a 25/28 (89%) pacientes, 8/25 (32%) fue anormal: 12% nodulos subpleurales y 20% patron usual, uno de estos pacientes tenia nodulo y opacidad reticular (Tabla 3); estas alteraciones fueron menores al 25%.
Body temperature of animals could be measured by wide variety of methods and at different locations such as rectal thermometry, implantable microchip temperature transponder, an environmental noncontact infrared thermometer, wireless reticular boluses or ear canal temperature sensor and a panel reader located at a parlor entrance or exit, or a tympanic infrared thermometer.
A subpleural reticular pattern associated with focal thickening of the pleura and of the major fissures bilaterally.
Precise reevaluation of CT images taken with the air attenuation display setting revealed abnormal reticular strands from the distal transverse colon to the rectum, probably corresponding to the foreign body created by PUF (Figures 3(a) and 3(b)).
The histological findings were those of skin with normal intact epidermis and the presence of black coloured pigment granular deposits, located largely within the papillary dermis and occasional smaller deposits in the superficial reticular dermis (figure 4).
1) It is classically diagnosed by the presence of the triad of nail dystrophy, skin reticular pigmentation, and oral leukoplakia.