The modern chorus had swollen out of control: it was monstrous, indefinable and stubborn.

Symptoms began within 4 h to 4 days (median 12 h), and virtually all cases developed swelling, erythema, and often intense pain.


The mitochondria (m) appear to be swollen and vacuolated and the matrix has totally disappeared.

Most morphological alterations were presented by the vacuolization of embryonic cells, disintegrated cytoplasm, swollen mitochondria and dilatation in rough endoplasmic reticula.

The ranks of producers have swelled in recent years with the advent of small, computer-based studios.

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They often contain swelling structures of the membranes, amorphous matter and dark osmophilic granules.

By the time sampling of the naive exposed group was underway, fish were beginning to exhibit low-level disease pathology (kidney swelling index ; 0 -1).

They had no history of lymphangitis, erysipelas, limb swelling or any other stigmata of lymphatic dysfunction.

The extent of oedema or swelling in the host skin was measured with calipers at 2 additional sites 20 min after injection of each solution.

One may also question the extent to which the refugee presence has swollen the local labour force.

After a while the procession returned and the crowd had swelled.

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Palpi with third segment slightly swollen before the middle, sensory pit small, fourth segment slightly shorter than third.

Unlike the endothelial cell swelling, these pathologic findings were found only in women with pre-eclampsia.

He placed two small lamb’s bladders, of which the one was empty and very flat, this being swollen after some very little time.

Another chorale emerges low in the strings and swells into a gloriously rich passage of immediate emotional appeal.

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