Infectious causes must be excluded before a diagnosis of enteropathy can be made, as people with CVID are more susceptible to intestinal infections, e.g. by Giardia lamblia; lymphocytic … infiltration of tissues, which can cause enlargement of lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy), of the spleen (splenomegaly) and of the liver (hepatomegaly), as well as the formation
Skin dryness in some people with SS may be the result of lymphocyticinfiltration into skin glands. … Nevertheless, the term "Mikulicz’s syndrome" is still used occasionally to describe the appearance of lymphocyticinfiltrates on salivary-gland biopsies.
), the main observation was lymphocyte exocytosis (1.87 1.25), spongiosis (0.93 0.94), scattered keratinocyte necrosis (1.70 1.44), basal cell vacuolization (2.13 1.42), lymphocyte … infiltration around dermal vessels (2.93 0.92) or at the dermal–epidermal junction (2.07 1.12), often with eosinophils and extravasated erythrocytes, swollen endothelial … There was a significant positive correlation between the intensity of lymphocyteinfiltration and the severity of hepatic cytolysis ( r 0.51; P 0.05) and eosinophilia ( r
obstruction Vascular anastomotic problems Acute Rejection of Liver Chronic Rejection of Liver 1 week to 1 year post-transplant Presents 6-12 months post-transplant Bile duct lymphocytic … infiltrate Bile duct loss in at least 50% of portal tracts No cholestasis unless extensive bile duct damage Centrilobular cholestasis No hepatocyte swelling Centrilobular … present Acute Rejection of Liver Preservation / Reperfusion Injury of Transplanted Liver Mixed portal and/or perivenular infiltrate Lacks perivenular infiltrate Bile duct lymphocytic
.), widespread vasculitis, and marked lymphocyticinfiltration of the viscera. … Diagnosis: Diagnosis is based partly upon histologic observation of lymphocyticinfiltration of the meninges, choroid plexus, and of submeningeal and subchoroid perivascular … supporting the patient and treating the symptoms until the infection subsides, generally within a few weeks. choriomeningitis [ kor″e-o-men″in-ji tis ] cerebral meningitis with lymphocytic
The clinical variants are as follows: Hypertrophic ; Annular; Papulonodular ; Tumid ; Lymphocyticinfiltration of the skin; Linear lesion. … There is moderately dense or dense lymphocyticinfiltrate. - The inflammatory infiltrate is often peri-infundibular and perifollicular - Epidermis is usually thinned and there … Histological evaluation of a 3-mm lesional punch biopsy specimen revealed an interface dermatitis associated with follicular involvement, superficial and deep perivascular lymphocytic
laboratory findings (detection of antibodies anti-nuclear antigens (ANA)), histological examinations of skin biopsy which show superficial and deep perivascular and periadnexal lymphocytic … infiltrate, interface-dermatitis and thickening of the basement membrane as a late consequence. … LET: Jessner lymphocyticinfiltration of the skin (see this term), polymorphous light eruption, reticular erythematosus mucinosis.
RefWorks Reference Manager ARVO (1962-2015); The Authors (2016-present) Supplements Abstract Recent research has demonstrated that androgen treatment dramatically curtails lymphocyte … infiltration in the lacrimal glands of a mouse model of Sjögren's syndrome. … During the experimental time course, the extent of lymphocyteinfiltration increased in glands of placebo-treated mice.