*  Extravasation lesion | definition of extravasation lesion by Medical dictionary
n a pathologic disturbance of a tissue, with loss of con-tinuity, enlargement, and/or function. ... n an area in the jaw where normal alveolar bone has been replaced by a fibrous, mineral material. ... Typically caused by acid-producing bacteria, which lowers the pH of the oral cavity, causing demineralization. See caries. ... 1 a wound, injury, or pathological change in body tissue. 2 any visible local abnormality of the tissues of the skin, such as a ...
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*  Osteomalacia - Wikipedia
As a result of demineralization, the bones become less rigid. Physical signs include deformities like triradiate pelvis and ... Pathologic fractures due to weight bearing may develop. Most of the time, the only alleged symptom is chronic fatigue, while ... Connective tissue research. 55 Suppl 1: 79-82. doi:10.3109/03008207.2014.923864. PMID 25158186. Boukpessi, T; Hoac, B; Coyac, ... The impairment of bone metabolism causes inadequate bone mineralization. Osteomalacia in children is known as rickets, and ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osteomalacia
*  A Closer Look At Beaming The Columns In The Charcot Diabetic Foot | Podiatry Today
Osteoclasts are among the three main cells present in bone and they resorb bone tissue.3 The elevated bone resorptive process ... Additionally, a reduction in bone stiffness with a concomitant increase in bone density may suggest a pathologic proliferation ... This leads to weakening of bone strength without evidence of demineralization.11 ... Its primary locations are skin, tendon, bone and dentin.6 Collagen crosslinking within bone is known to affect bone stiffness ...
  https://www.podiatrytoday.com/closer-look-beaming-columns-charcot-diabetic-foot?page=3
*  Detecting Celaic Disease in Your Patients - American Family Physician
The immune inflammatory response to gluten frequently causes damage to many other tissues of the body. The condition is ... 26 Pathologic examination of brain tissue revealed a cortical vascular abnormality with patchy pial angiomatosis, fibrosed ... and that early diagnosis and treatment can prevent bone demineralization.. Seizures. There have been numerous reports of ... Pathologic and Clinical Conformation. In 1990, the working group of ESPGAN37 revised criteria for the diagnosis of celiac ...
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*  Nutritional secondary hyperparathyroidism | definition of nutritional secondary hyperparathyroidism by Medical dictionary
X-ray examinations may be performed to look for areas of diffuse bone demineralization, bone cysts, outer bone absorption and ... In the kidneys, tissue calcifies, calculi form, and renal failure may ensue. In addition, excess phosphorus is excreted, and ... The pathologic changes produced are osteoporotic or osteodystrophic in nature as a consequence of withdrawal of calcium and ... Demineralization - A loss or decrease of minerals in the bones.. Endocrine - Glands and hormone secretions in the body ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/nutritional+secondary+hyperparathyroidism
*  Post-traumatic osteoporosis | definition of post-traumatic osteoporosis by Medical dictionary
Loss of bone tissue following trauma, esp. when there is damage to a nerve supplying the injured area. The condition may also ... osteoporosis circumscrip´ta demineralization occurring in localized areas of bone, especially in the skull. ... Symptoms of varying severity that are characteristic of these disorders include skeletal fragility, multiple pathologic ... a pathological loss of bone but the remaining bone is structurally normal. There is an imbalance in bone formation and ...
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*  Glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis | definition of Glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis by Medical dictionary
Brittle bones Orthopedics A condition characterized by ↓ bone mass and density-demineralization, bone fragility; it is the most ... They also lose bone tissue more rapidly as they age. While women commonly lose 30-50% of their bone mass over their lifetimes, ... Symptoms of varying severity that are characteristic of these disorders include skeletal fragility, multiple pathologic ... See also atrophy, bone and bone rarefaction.. osteoporosis. a pathological loss of bone but the remaining bone is structurally ...
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*  Emergency Dental Help
Osteoradionecrosis (soft tissue and bone necrosis) can be spontaneous or secondary to trauma, extractions, or dental prostheses ... However, periodontal disease represents a pathologic or disease change and is not due to just age. The loss of bone and gum ... Radiation dental caries is a term used for rapid tooth demineralization and severe cavities that occur with head and neck ... Soft tissues of the mouth become thinner and lose elasticity with age and promote tooth loss. Soft tissue lesions are more ...
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*  Tumor-Induced Rickets in a Child With a Central Giant Cell Granuloma: A Case Report | Case Reports | Pediatrics
... demonstrate progressive diffuse bone demineralization, widening of the growth plates, metaphyseal cupping and fraying, bowing ... Multiple pathologic fractures made the patient wheelchair-bound, and weakness of the thoracic cage was reflected in a reduction ... Giant cell tumour of soft tissue causing oncogenic osteomalacia: report demonstrating the use of octreotide scintigraphy in ... Bone mass, bone reabsorption parameters, and FGF23 levels normalized. Because the samples had to be sent away, we measured ...
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*  OB/Gyn Vocab Quiz - By roberson16
Atrophy of bone caused by demineralization.. Stimulation of ovulation by artificial means. ... Presence of endometrial tissue within the myometrium.. The uterine appendages, including the fallopian tubes, ovaries and ... A pathologic condition of pregnancy characterized by the hydropic degeneration of the chorionic villi and variable degrees of ... The procedure of obtaining endometrial tissue for diagnostic purposes. The presence of endometrial implants outside the uterus. ...
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*  Septic Arthritis Surgery Technique: Approach Considerations, Drainage of Specific Infected Joints, Postoperative Care
... in bone marrow of pubic rami shown in septic arthritis with associated osteomyelitis and inflammatory changes in soft tissues. ... Pathologic Findings in Rheumatoid Arthritis. †Note: Synovial fluid culture results are positive in 85-95% of nongonococcal ... Anteroposterior view of knee demonstrates patchy demineralization of tibia and femur and joint-space narrowing caused by ... infections from open wounds may spread into soft tissues and tissue planes. ...
  https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1268369-technique
*  Congenital Syphilis
The serrated appearance at the epiphyseal margin of long bones is called Wegner sign. Demineralization of diaphyses and ... Definitive diagnosis of syphilis is made by darkfield microscopy or tests that detect T. pallidum in lesion exudates or tissue ... Pathologic examination of the placenta or umbilical cord using specific fluorescent antitreponemal antibody staining is ... Bone involvement may cause pain, which causes infants to refuse to move one or more affected extremities (pseudoparalysis of ...
  https://www.neurologyadvisor.com/pediatrics/congenital-syphilis/article/624691/
*  Salivary Secretory Disorders, Inducing Drugs, and Clinical Management
Xerostomia has clear, negative effects on oral-dental tissue. Some of the best known side effects include demineralization of ... connective tissue, and bone. The severity of these complications depends on radiation dosimetry, and treatment duration [45]. ... In addition, the differing pathologic mechanisms, and the great variety of existing treatments hinder the clinical management ... Grant R, Miller S, Simpson D, Lamey PJ, Bone I. The effect of chorda tympani section on ipsilateral and contralateral salivary ...
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*  OTOLOGIC MANIFESTATIONS OF SYSTEMIC DISEASEs - ppt video online download
3- Disease of bone 4- Storage dis. 5- Collagen vascular dis. 6- Immunodeficiency disorder (primary, acquired ) ... soft tissue) and solitary bone plasmacytoma (bone): in younger individual, M component in 30%, indolent course, survival rates ... involvement of both temporal bones, with patchy demineralization. 36 Lateral skull radiograph in a patient with Paget's disease ... pathologic fractures, renal failure, failure of the bone marrow, hypercalcemia and recurrent infections. Laboratory findings: M ...
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*  Syphilis Infection during pregnancy: fetal risks and clinical management.
The metaphyseal and diaphyseal portions of long bones are usually affected by periostitis and cortical demineralization, while ... Nontreponemal tests detect antibodies to cardiolipin, a component of membranes and mammalian tissue. The two commonly used ... and pathologic examination of the placenta or umbilical cord [39]. ... Eight nerve deafness occurs in 3% of cases and is secondary to luetic involvement of the temporal bone. Eight nerve involvement ...
  http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Syphilis-Infection-during-Pregnancy-Fetal/22829747.html
*  US6332779B1 - Method of hard tissue repair - Google Patents
... debriding the bone, periodontium or ligament to remove organic matter from the bone, periodontium or ligament; implanting an ... void volume formed at least in part from elongate bone-derived elements optionally in combination with bone powder; replacing ... effective amount of an osteogenic bone graft material, the bone graft material consisting of an osteoimplant having not greater ... producing a surgical flap to expose the bone, periodontium or ligament; ...
  https://patents.google.com/patent/US6332779B1/en
*  Nancy Fischbein | Stanford Medicine Profiles
Pathologic examination showed disorganized, non-neoplastic glial tissue characteristic of glioneuronal heterotopia. To our ... typically demineralization and localized deformation of the long bones. We report a presumed developmental association between ... The most consistent imaging findings were clival bone marrow T1 hypointensity and preclival soft tissue infiltration. Five of ... In pathologic cases, the rFOV DWI sequence added clinical utility in 33% of cases (P < .00001, Fisher exact test). The rFOV DWI ...
  https://med.stanford.edu/profiles/nancy-fischbein
*  Human tooth - Wikipedia
This tissue covers the root of the tooth within the bone. Each ligament has a width of 0.15-0.38mm, but this size decreases ... This process, known as "demineralisation", leads to tooth destruction. Saliva gradually neutralises the acids which cause the ... other than dental caries is considered a normal physiologic process but may become severe enough to become a pathologic ... The alveolar bone is the bone of the jaw which forms the alveolus around teeth. Like any other bone in the human body, alveolar ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_tooth
*  A Study On Tumor Induced Osteomalacia - Natural Height Growth
Due to demineralization bones become less rigid. Physical signs include deformities like triradiate pelvis[6] and lordosis. The ... which is what causes all type sof tissue growth including bone growth. ... Pathologic fractures due to weight bearing may develop. Most of the time, the only alleged symptom is chronic fatigue, while ... Osteomalacia is a generalized bone condition in which there is inadequate mineralization of the bone. Many of the effects of ...
  http://www.naturalheightgrowth.com/2012/09/12/a-study-on-tumor-induced-osteomalacia/
*  Gastric Mucosal Calcinosis
In theory, however, accelerated bone demineralization via loss of phosphates and absorption of aluminum in the gastrointestinal ... Gastric mucosal calcinosis is a very rare pathologic diagnosis and we aimed to present this case with reference to the ... Metastatic calcification is defined as the deposition of calcium salt in normal tissue due to an abnormal serum biochemical ... Severe Calcification of Mucocutaneous and Gastrointestinal Tissues Induced by High Dose Administration of Vitamin D in a Puppy ...
  https://www.heighpubs.org/hjcr/acr-aid1002.php
*  Bio-Medical Materials and Engineering - Volume 24, issue s1 - Journals - IOS Press
Chitosan/hydroxyapatite hybrid scaffold for bone tissue engineering Authors: Brun, V. , Guillaume, C. , Mechiche Alami, S. , ... cartilage destruction and juxta-articular as well as generalized bone demineralization. Peroxisome proliferator-activated ... Abstract: BACKGROUND: During aging or various diseases, pathologic mineralization may occur in joints or in the vascular wall. ... Abstract: BACKGROUND: To favor regeneration following critical bone defect, a combination of autologous bone graft and ...
  https://content.iospress.com/journals/bio-medical-materials-and-engineering/24/s1
*  Salivary gland - Wikipedia
Tissue-based map of the human proteome". Science. 347 (6220): 1260419. doi:10.1126/science.1260419. PMID 25613900.. ... Graft versus host disease after allogeneic bone marrow transplantation may manifest as dry mouth and many small mucoceles.[36] ... Demineralization occurs when enamel disintegrates due to the presence of acid. When this occurs, the buffering capacity effect ... pathologic conditions, and pitfalls". Radiographics : a Review Publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Inc. ...
  https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salivary_gland
*  Tooth enamel - Wikipedia
Enamel does not contain collagen, as found in other hard tissues such as dentin and bone, but it does contain two unique ... which makes this tissue the hardest in the human body, also makes it susceptible to a demineralization process which often ... Enamel can be affected further by non-pathologic processes. Enamel is covered by various structures in relation to the ... When demineralization of enamel occurs, a dentist can use a sharp instrument, such as a dental explorer, and "feel a stick" at ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tooth_enamel
*  Oral Cancer Part II : The Next DDS
The intimate connection with the mandibular bone of the tissues in this area results in lesions that require surgery (eg, ... Lesions with limited dysplasia or atypia do not stain consistently, and the correlation with pathologic diagnosis in these ... Rampant dental decay and demineralization result from disruption in the quantity and quality of saliva. ... Normal tissue does not absorb stain, but small areas of intense stain can be observed by mechanically restaining. ...
  http://thenextdds.com/Articles/Oral-Cancer-Part-II/
*  Common Pediatric Bone Diseases-Approach to Pathological Fractures
3) Connective tissue bone disease- eg. Osteogenesis imperfecta. Metabolic Bone Disease: Normal bone growth and mineralization ... It is important to keep an open mind as to the various causes of pathologic fractures and to always rule out non-accidental ... Metabolic diseases - leading to calcium wasting and demineralization. *Prolonged administration of prostaglandins, ... If suspect malignancy: blood work including liver enzymes, CT chest, bone scan, bone biopsy, MRI of affected bone ...
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