The wall of the cyst is composed of a connective-tissue capsule lined by stratified squamous epithelium.
These new cells excite proliferation of the cells of the connective-tissue stroma and of the epithelium.
The capsular ligament, except in hydrops, is the seat of connective-tissue overgrowth, and tends to become contracted and rigid.
Many round cells may be seen in these areas lying between the connective-tissue strands or around the blood-vessels.
F) is comparable, as far as the connective-tissue is concerned, with the section of Torpedo (Pl.
Between the fibrils protoplasmic masses (connective-tissue corpuscles) are found.
The muscular and connective-tissue wall of the alimentary tract.
In what manner are the dilated bloodvessels and connective-tissue hypertrophy to be treated?
In these changes the connective-tissue beneath participates.
Each nerve-rudiment is surrounded by connective-tissue cells, and is separated from its neighbours by a considerable interval.
connective tissue con·nec·tive tissue (kə-něk'tĭv)
The supporting or framework tissue of the body, arising chiefly from the embryonic mesoderm and including collagenous, elastic and reticular fibers, adipose tissue, cartilage, and bone. Also called interstitial tissue.