Close menu. Abstract | Published: 07 February Ultrastructural Pathology. Modern Pathology volume 27, pages – | Download Citation. Ultrastructural pathology in Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Shamsuddin AK, Lane RA. Ultrastructural studies of the thyroid tissue in two cases of Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Ultrastructural changes in the human epitumorous cerebral cortex were examined. A swelling of nerve cell perikarya, dendrites and axon terminals, and an.
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Cells from areas that appeared as foci of squamous metaplasia by light microscopy showed an increased number of cytoplasmic filaments to Abundles of tonofilaments, large desmosomes, an increased number of desmosomes, and ultrastructural pathology desmosomes.
The colloid content of the follicles was diminished, and it seemed that instead of secreting the protein colloid, the follicular cells in Hashimoto's ultrastructural pathology were producing either excessive proteinaceous material similar to colloid or other types of proteins such as basement ultrastructural pathology material or keratin.
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Distinctive ultrastructural pathology of nonulcerative interstitial cystitis: Ultrastructural study of the bladder in interstitial cystitis has, so far, been limited, mainly to the urothelium.
Ultrastructural pathology present study was conducted first to study in detail the ultrastructural features of all ultrastructural pathology components of the bladder wall in nonulcerative interstitial cystitis and second to derive clues from the observed changes to pathogenesis of the disease.