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The surface pattern of the stomach and the small intestine of the rabbit was examined using SEM in stages ranging from 26 day of foetal to 24 days of post-natal life. The stomach glands were evident in the late foetuses and became gradually deeper after birth. The villi of the small intestine appeared to have a gradual development during foetal and(More)
The distribution of non-specific alkaline phosphatase (AP) in normal duodenum, rest small intestine and caecum of chicken has been studied by a catalytic histochemistry method. Embryos and chickens ranging between day 11 prior to and day 60 after hatching were used and the findings of AP reaction were correlated with the age. In the small intestine, during(More)
The surface pattern of the small intestine of the chicken was studied using SEM in stages ranging from 11th day of foetal development to 60 days of post-natal life. The definite villi of the small intestine were preceded by the development of the previllous ridges. The villi were finger like and of unequal length during incubation. After hatching,(More)
The aim of this study was the evaluation of the usefulness of nuclear morphometry in the pathology of renal cell carcinoma by computer-aided image analysis and the statistical comparison of nuclear morphometric parameters with the histologic grade of the tumors. 44 cases of renal cell carcinoma, classified by two independent pathologists into 4 histologic(More)
The distribution of alkaline phosphatase in normal duodenal, jejunal, ileal and large intestinal mucosa of the rabbit has been studied by histochemical method. New Zealand White rabbits were used ranging from 26-day-old foetuses to 43-day-old young and the findings of ALP-ase reaction are discussed and correlated in connection to age and change of nutrition.
The surface pattern of the large intestine mucosa (caecum and colon) of the rabbit was examined using scanning electron microscope (SEM), in stages ranging from 26 days of foetal to 24 days of post-natal life. It was composed of villi in the foetus and in 1-day-old rabbit. By the 16th day of life these villi were replaced by ridges.
In this communication, we present a case of malignant melanoma of the cornea, in an 80-year old female. The tumor, covering 3/4 of the cornea, had a lobulated appearance, pinkish colour with vascularization and pigment granules, in a few places. The limbal area was free of tumor. Histologic examination indicated that the melanoma was primary, of the(More)
The surface pattern of the caeca of the chicken was examined using the scanning electron microscope (SEM) in stages ranging from 11th day of foetal development to 60 days of post-natal life. During incubation the proximal region (basis) of the caecum presented a few irregular elevations, which were later regarded as villi and after hatching, gradually,(More)
A case report is given of a 44 year old woman who had a glomus tumor of the stomach, and literature is reviewed. Clinical symptoms are uncharacteristic and may resemble symptoms of most benign or malignant gastric diseases. Preoperative diagnosis of the tumor seems to be difficult. For this reason immediate section for microscopic examination under surgery(More)
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