With hyperplasia of lamina, at the anterior portion of the distal phalanx, there results a thick "white line."
This change consists in hyperplasia of the gland-constituents.
The rest of the gland may be normal, or may show some degree of hyperplasia.
These may be due in part to hyperplasia and in part to blood-engorgement.
In some cases the hyperplasia affects chiefly the blood vessels of the thyreoid—vascular goitre.
These organs are changed by a hyperplasia of the connective tissue, and especially by fatty degeneration of the epithelium.
The mesenteric glands show signs of irritation or of absorption of specific products in hypermic pigmentation and hyperplasia.
This is a noninflammatory enlargement or a hyperplasia of the thyroid gland.
At the same time that hyperplasia of the connective tissue is taking place the fat is accumulating in the hepatic cells.
The inflammation is accompanied by the formation of so-called granules, and at the same time by a hyperplasia of the papillae.
hyperplasia hy·per·pla·sia (hī'pər-plā'zhə)
An abnormal increase in cells in a tissue or organ, excluding tumor formation, whereby the bulk of the tissue or organ is increased.