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Dermatomycosis from the Perspective of Dermatopathology (Version 1.1)

Kim T, Lee J, Park J

Dermatomycosis is a skin disease caused by fungi, including dermatophytes and yeasts. Its diagnostic methods include KOH smear, fungal culture test, Wood's lamp test, biopsy, and molecular biology test. Superficial...
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COVID-19 Endothelial Dysfunction Can Cause Erectile Dysfunction: Histopathological, Immunohistochemical, and Ultrastructural Study of the Human Penis

Kresch E, Achua J, Saltzman R, Khodamoradi K, Arora H, Ibrahim E, Kryvenko ON, Almeida VW, Firdaus F, Hare JM, Ramasamy R

Purpose: A pilot study to describe histopathological features of penile tissue of patients who recovered from symptomatic COVID-19 infection and subsequently developed severe erectile dysfunction (ED). Materials and Methods: Penile tissue...
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Ameliorative effects of curcumin and caffeic acid against short term exposure of waterpipe tobacco smoking on lung, heart and kidney in mice

Khwaldeh A, Siyam AA, Alzbeede A, Farajallah M, Shraideh Z, Badran D

This study aims to evaluate the chemopreventive activity of two antioxidants (curcumin [CUM] and caffeic acid [CAF]), focusing on how these antioxidants could reduce cytotoxicity induced by short term secondhand...
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Radioprotective potential of Costus afer against the radiation-induced hematological and histopathological damage in mice

Akomolafe IR, Chetty N

Purpose: This study investigated the possible radioprotective effect of Costus afer extract (CAE) on hematological and histopathological parameters of mice. Materials and Methods: Fifty-four male mice with mass between...
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Analysis of Mutant Isocitrate Dehydrogenase 1 Immunoexpression, Ki-67 and Programmed Death Ligand 1 in Diffuse Astrocytic Tumours : Study of Single Center in Bandung, Indonesia

Bolly HMB, Faried A, Hermanto Y, Lubis BP, Tjahjono FP, Hernowo BS, Arifin MZ

Objective : Diffuse astrocytic tumour (DAT) is a diffuse infiltrative astrocytoma tumour accompanied by molecular parameters such as the presence or absence of isocitrate dehydrogenase (IDH) gene mutations. Ki-67 is...
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Reproductive toxicity assessment of Olusosun municipal landfill leachate in Mus musculus using abnormal sperm morphology and dominant lethal mutation assays

Ademola OJ, Alimba CG, Bakare AA

Mixture of xenobiotics in Olusosun landfill leachates (OSL) induced somatic and germ cell genotoxicity in eukaryotic cells. However, whether the DNA-damaged germ cells can increase reproductive failure, embryotoxicity and/or teratogenicity...
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Detection of acetaminophen-induced liver damage by fluorescence bioimaging, serum biochemistry and histopathological examination

Kang JS

The purpose of this study was to examine the characteristics of acetaminophen (APAP)-induced liver damage, using fluorescence bioimaging, serum biochemistry, and histopathology. At six weeks of age, eighteen mice were...
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Placental histopathology in late preterm infants: clinical implications

Ericksen K, Fogel J, Verma RP

Background: The etiopathogenesis of late preterm (LPT) birth is undetermined. Placental histopathology, which reflects an adverse intrauterine environment and is reportedly associated with preterm labor and neonatal morbidities, has not...
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Myoid Hamartoma of the Breast: A Case Report

Kim NI, Park MH, Lee JS

Breast hamartoma is a rare benign tumor that comprises lobular breast tissues with various admixtures of fibrous, fibrocystic, and adipose tissue. Hamartoma accounts for 0.7%-5.0% of all benign breast tumors....
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Evaluation of skin phototoxicity of transdermally administered pharmaceuticals in Sprague-Dawley rats

Youn NH, Kim EJ, Yi JS, Kim JH, Cho YJ, Nam KT, Park KS, Lee JK

Some drugs cause phototoxicity in humans when exposed to light, thus there is a need for an in vivo phototoxicity test to evaluate them. However, an in vivo phototoxicity test...
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Histopathological effects and biomarker response of earthworms, Eisenia fetida, after exposure to crude oil contaminated soils

Ijomah OO, Adesuyi AA, Njoku KL, Ojokuku SA, Moses UD, Adesuyi OO

Earthworms are the most abundant invertebrates in the soils and are permanently in close contact with soil particles. Therefore, they are significantly affected by the pollutants that reach the soil...
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Morphological Changes in the Ligamentum Flavum in Degenerative Lumbar Canal Stenosis: A Prospective, Comparative Study

Hulmani D, Garg B, Mehta N, Mridha AR, Nag TC, Farooque K

Study Design: Prospective, comparative. Purpose: To compare the histopathological and electron microscopic changes in the ligamentum flavum (LF) between degenerative lumbar canal stenosis (LCS) and lumbar disk herniation (LDH). Overview of Literature:...
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Induction of cell deathin early developmental phase of zebrafish treated with diethylnitrosamine

Kang JS

The purpose of this study was to investigate diethylnitrosamine (DEN)-induced liver damage in zebrafish. Zebrafish larvae were divided into five groups after seventy-two hours fertilization: group 1 (G1) as control,...
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Quantitative Evaluation of Hepatic Steatosis Using Normalized Local Variance in a Rat Model: Comparison with Histopathology as the Reference Standard

Bae JS, Lee JY, Lee DH, Kim H, Lee Y, Han JK

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the diagnostic performance of the normalized local variance (NLV) ultrasound technique in the assessment of hepatic steatosis, and to identify the factors that influence the NLV value...
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Light sheet microscopy for histopathology applications

Poola PK, Afzal MI, Yoo Y, Kim KH, Chung E

Light sheet microscopy (LSM) is an evolving optical imaging technique with a plane illumination for optical sectioning and volumetric imaging spanning cell biology, embryology, and in vivo live imaging. Here,...
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Huge central intravascular papillary endothelial hyperplasia of the mandible: a case report and review of the literature

Mirmohammadsadeghi H, Mashhadiabbas F, Latifi F

Masson's tumor or intravascular papillary endothelial hyperplasia is an inflammatory soft tissue lesion that rarely occurs in the maxillofacial region and skeletal system. Precise clinical and para-clinical investigation is necessary...
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Histopathological and microbiological findings in buffalo chronic mastitis: evidence of tertiary lymphoid structures

Restucci B, Dipineto L, Martano M, Balestrieri A, Ciccarelli D, Russo TP, Varriale L, Maiolino P

Buffalo mastitis is an important economic problem in southern Italy, causing qualitative/quantitative alterations in milk and resulting in economic losses due to the sub-clinical course and chronic evolution. We investigated...
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Development of Novel Animal Model for Studying Scoliosis Using a Noninvasive Method and Its Validation through Gene-Expression Analysis

Banala RR, Vemuri SK, Penkulinti M, AV GR, GPV S

STUDY DESIGN: To induce scoliosis in young female Wistar rats using a noninvasive method and to validate this model. PURPOSE: To induce scoliosis in a rat model noninvasively by bracing and...
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An Unusual Histopathological Finding in Eosinophilic Pustular Folliculitis

Oh DY, Koo DW, Lee JS

  • KMID: 2465932
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Nov;57(9):573-574.
No abstract available.
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Pathological interpretation of connective tissue disease-associated lung diseases

Kwon KY

Connective tissue diseases (CTDs) can affect all compartments of the lungs, including airways, alveoli, interstitium, vessels, and pleura. CTD-associated lung diseases (CTD-LDs) may present as diffuse lung disease or as...
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