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*  List of MeSH codes (G11)
... calcification, physiologic MeSH G11.427.792.560.100.478 --- maxillofacial development MeSH G11.427.792.560.100.729 --- ... physiologic MeSH G11.697.716.260.378.500 --- nystagmus, optokinetic MeSH G11.697.716.260.453 --- pursuit, smooth MeSH G11.697. ...
*  List of MeSH codes (G07)
... calcification, physiologic MeSH G07.574.500.325.377.625.100.478 --- maxillofacial development MeSH G07.574.500.325.377.625. ...
*  MOP flippase
... a major inhibitor of physiologic and pathologic calcification, bone mineralization and bone resorption. The ANK protein has 12 ...
*  Nucleotide pyrophosphatase/phosphodiesterase
Meyer, John L. (1984-05-15). "Can biological calcification occur in the presence of pyrophosphate?". Archives of Biochemistry ... Terkeltaub, Robert (2006-06-01). "Physiologic and pathologic functions of the NPP nucleotide pyrophosphatase/phosphodiesterase ... Overactivity of the enzyme is associated with chondrocalcinosis, while deficiency correlates to pathological calcification. ... is thought to serve as both a phosphate source for calcium phosphate deposition and as an inhibitory modulator of calcification ...
*  Neonatal line
It is caused by the different physiologic changes at birth and is used to identify enamel formation before and after birth. In ... The first permanent molar is just beginning calcification at or near birth. Cate, A.R. Ten. Oral Histology: development, ...
*  CA14
They participate in a variety of biological processes, including respiration, calcification, acid-base balance, bone resorption ... they have different patterns of tissue-specific expression and thus may play different physiologic roles. In melanocytic cells ...
*  CA5B
They participate in a variety of biological processes, including respiration, calcification, acid-base balance, bone resorption ... in tissue distribution suggest that the two mitochondrial carbonic anhydrases evolved to assume different physiologic roles. ...
*  Hypermagnesemia
Meema HE, Oreopoulos DG, Rapoport A (1987). "Serum magnesium level and arterial calcification in end-stage renal disease". ... Magnesium acts as a physiologic calcium blocker, which results in electrical conduction abnormalities within the heart. ... Massy ZA, Drüeke TB (2012). "Magnesium and outcomes in patients with chronic kidney disease: focus on vascular calcification, ... 2012). "Relationship between magnesium and clinical biomarkers on inhibition of vascular calcification". Am J Nephrol. 35: 31- ...
*  Calcium-activated potassium channel
IK channels have shown a strong connection to calcification in vasculature, as inhibition of the channel causes a decrease in ... This feature of the channel allows them to participate in many different physiologic functions. The physiological effects of BK ... vascular calcification. Over-expression of these channels has quite a different effect on the body. Studies have shown that ...
*  Analgesic nephropathy
Most healthy kidneys contain enough physiologic reserve to compensate for this NSAID-induced decrease in blood flow. However, ... One trial demonstrated that the appearance of papillary calcifications on CT imaging was 92% sensitive and 100% specific for ...
*  Pseudopregnancy
... is a normal physiologic process that occurs in female dogs. It is seen 45-60 days after a normal estrous (heat ... and before fetal calcification (days 35-40 of gestation). The sow remains in anoestrus for prolonged periods, often as long as ...
*  Valvular heart disease
Stenosis is typically the result of valvular calcification, but may be the result of a congenitally malformed bicuspid aortic ... abnormalities or specific disease or physiologic processes including rheumatic heart disease and pregnancy. Anatomically, the ... Mitral stenosis is caused largely by rheumatic heart disease, though is rarely the result of calcification. In some cases ... Often patients do not require intervention until later in adulthood as a consequence of calcification that occurs with aging. ...
*  Atherosclerosis
In addition, the calcification deposits between the outer portion of the atheroma and the muscular wall, as they progress, lead ... Both anatomic and physiologic methods allow early detection before symptoms show up, disease staging and tracking of disease ... Calcification forms among vascular smooth muscle cells of the surrounding muscular layer, specifically in the muscle cells ... On the other hand, physiologic methods are often less expensive and safer. But they do not quantify the current state of the ...
*  Tooth enamel
The generally recognized stages of tooth development are the bud stage, cap stage, bell stage, and crown, or calcification, ... When dentin, which normally supports enamel, is destroyed by a physiologic condition or by decay, enamel is unable to ...
*  Mineralized tissues
All physiologic deposits contain the mineral hydroxyapatite or one analogous to it. Imaging techniques such as infrared ... link) Miller, J. D. (2013). "Cardiovascular calcification: Orbicular origins". Nature Materials. 12: 476-478. doi:10.1038/ ... Not all mineralized tissues develop through normal physiologic processes and are beneficial to the organism. For example, ... 2013). "Nano-analytical electron microscopy reveals fundamental insights into human cardiovascular tissue calcification". ...
*  Hypomagnesemia
This condition is believed to occur secondary to the decreased normal physiologic magnesium inhibition of the ROMK channels in ... basal ganglia calcifications and in extreme and prolonged cases coma, intellectual disability or death. Other symptoms that ...
*  Biosphere 2
"Effect of calcium carbonate saturation state on the calcification rate of an experimental coral reef". Global Biogeochemical ... "Calorie Restriction in Biosphere 2 Alterations in Physiologic, Hematologic, Hormonal, and Biochemical Parameters in Humans ... "Calorie Restriction in Biosphere 2: Alterations in Physiologic, Hematologic, Hormonal, and Biochemical Parameters in Humans ...
*  Aortic valve repair
Key problem A congenital aortic valve stenosis can be treated by aortic valve repair if there is no relevant calcification. In ... An aortic ring: from physiologic reconstruction of the root to a standardized approach for aortic valve repair. J Thorac ... An aortic valve repair will realistically be possible in the absence of relevant calcification or shrinking (retraction) of the ... Indication for aortic valve repair: Absence of relevant calcification and Congenital and severe aortic stenosis with symptoms ...
*  Long-term effects of alcohol consumption
One study concludes, "Since beer seemed to be protective against kidney stones, the physiologic effects of other substances ... November 2004). "Alcohol consumption and coronary calcification in a general population". Arch. Intern. Med. 164 (21): 2355-60 ...
*  Coronary artery bypass surgery
René Favaloro, an Argentine surgeon, achieved a physiologic approach in the surgical management of coronary artery disease-the ... Arteriosclerosis is characterized by thickening, loss of elasticity, and calcification of the arterial wall, most often ...
*  Breast augmentation
... metastatic calcification, develop cysts, and agglomerate into palpable lumps. Although the cause of metastatic calcification is ... which usually is the physiologic limit allowed by the metabolism of the woman's body. For breast reconstruction, and for the ... Nonetheless, detecting breast cancer is primary, and calcification incidence is secondary; thus, the patient is counselled to ... calcifications, and the eventual formation of liponecrotic cysts. The operating room (OR) time required to harvest, refine, and ...