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dysplasia

[di′splā·zhə]
(pathology)
Abnormal development or growth, especially of cells.
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Dysplastic changes are one of the sings of premalignant lesions which can be observed in histopathologic view especially in epithelial.
To evaluate the efficacy of Pap smear as routine screening procedure for early detection of early dysplastic changes in the cervix.
Dark/brownish color fluorescence observed through VELscope was considered as positive for dysplastic changes within the mucosa [Figure 2].
Magnetic resonance imaging of brain and spine was done and the finding was prominent perivascular space along the corpus callosum due to hypo intensity of the bilateral thalami and posterior limb of internal capsule, peritrigonal hypomyelination, dysplastic changes of the dense process of C2 with small sinus reaction articulating with anterior C1 ring, abnormal peaking of the upper lumbar vertebrae [Figure 2].
On microscopic examination dysplastic changes in the mucosa adjacent to the tumour suggested origin from the fallopian tube
In our opinion, the presence of inflammatory processes, as well as dysplastic changes defined in the genital cells of women of fertility age in ecologically troubled areas have a direct connection with the peculiarities of the areas of residence.
The bone marrow showed increased megakaryocytes with dysplasia (Figure 1) and granulocytes with dysplastic changes and an increased number of blasts (11% on aspirate differential count).
He says, "We found that 5% of women having one bowel movement per day would have abnormal dysplastic cells, while 10% of women having fewer than one bowel movement a day would have this abnormality and 20% of women having two or fewer bowel movements per week would show these dysplastic changes in cell character of the breast fluid.
As in this case, it includes dysplastic changes in the tendons and cartilaginous structures of the abdominal wall causing recurrent abdominal hernia, detrusor muscle of the bladder involved in night refluxes, the inner ear underlying Menier's disease of the left ear, a suspected dentine dysplasia associated with dental abscesses in the past medical history of the patient, (10,11) the vertebral discopathy and the ingrowing toe nails matrices.
Group I: comprised 45 patients with OLP, no histopathologic signs of dysplasia, 15 reticular type and 30 patients with symptomatic OLP (15 atrophic and 15 erosive types), group II: 12 OLP cases showing dysplastic changes and group III: 15 control subjects with no oral mucosal disease.
However, there were weak and moderate expressions in the accompanying dysplastic changes, and a strong reaction in tumor cells.