In the liver, most hepatic parenchyma was replaced by sheets of proliferating melanocytes, with up to 3 mitotic figures per high power field.
What does HPF stand for?
HPF stands for High Power Field (microscopy)
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We have 145 other meanings of HPF in our Acronym Attic
- Hazardous Processing Facility
- Health Policy Fellowship
- Health Policy Forum (various organizations)
- Health Products and Food (Canada)
- Heartland Presidential Forum (Iowa)
- Hemingway Preservation Foundation
- Heterogeneous Packet Flow
- High Pass Filter (electronics)
- High Performance FORTRAN
- High Plains Fencing
- High Pressure Feeder
- High-Power Field (laboratory data)
- High-Pressure Freezing (cryofixation)
- Highest Possible Frequency
- Highest Priority First
- Historic Preservation Foundation (various locations)
- Home Parenteral Feeding
- Homeownership Preservation Foundation (Minneapolis, MN)
- Homologous Protein Family
- Horizon Patient Folder
Samples in periodicals archive:
A Our laboratory protocol regarding the finding of glitter cells and bacteria in the urine sediment, reports the number of white blood cells per high power field, and then comments that "glitter cells are present," if they are observed.
The tumor cells were pleomorphic with hyperchromatic, atypical nuclei and three to four mitoses per high power field (Fig.