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section (federal code)

A particularly numbered subpart of some federal law.The text of any federal law may be found by going to the Office of the Law Revision Counsel at and clicking on “Search the U.S. Code.” Laws written as, for example,“26 U.S.C. Section 121,”“26 U.S.C. §121,”or sometimes “U.S.C.A.”or “U.S.C.S.”consist of a “title”(26 in the example) and a “section”(121 in the example).Entering the appropriate title and section will bring up the text of the law. See also U.S.C.

section (of land)

A section is a specific area of land measuring 1 square mile. See public land survey system.

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Microscopic section from the periphery of the mass with remnant of adrenal cortical tissue (*) within fibrous capsule and focus of atypical epithelioid cells (**) (hematoxylin and eosin stain [H&E] x100).
The probable reason for this appears to be that the follicle was separated from its associated tooth and the lining epithelium was of enamel organ type, most of it re-mained attached to the enamel of the tooth and conse-quently was not seen in the microscopic section of the dental follicle.
Microscopic section of obtain preparation are presented on figure 2.
White blood cell infiltrates were present in every microscopic section; however, because blast morphology is not well demonstrated in tissue sections, limited microscopic sections may have been interpreted in isolation as resulting from infection or autoimmune disease.
The microscopic section from the tumor revealed sheets and alveolar clusters of tumor cells supported by delicate network of small blood vessels.
Microscopic section studied from Gallbladder showed a malignant tumor composed of epithelial cells which tend to form papillary configuration.
"The centres announced bring together the teams that will develop artificial intelligence tools that can analyse medical images varying from x-rays to microscopic sections from tissue biopsies.

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