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anoxia

[a′näk·sē·ə]
(medicine)
The failure of oxygen to gain access to, or to be utilized by, the body tissues.

anoxia

A condition caused by a total lack of oxygen in the blood or tissues of the body. This condition is preceded by hypoxia.
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used the lipids peroxidation assay (thiobarbituric acid reactive substances, TBARS) to demonstrate that lipid peroxidation significantly increases in the gills of the estuarine crab Chasmagnathus granulate during anoxia recovery.
While common in fruit fly programs that have a SIT component, anoxia conditioning prior to and during irradiation is not regularly used in lepidopteran programs, but may be a beneficial hormetic treatment that could improve the field performance of sterile moths (Ashraf et al.
12], folate Nonconvulsive status epilepticus EEG Seizures Stroke (hemorrhagic vs ischemic) Brain MRI Tumor/metastasis Brain MRI Posterior reversible encephalopathy Brain MRI syndrome Autoimmune Brain MRI * Vasculitis * Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease CSF analysis, EEG, and (rarely) brain biopsy CBC: complete blood count; CSF: cerebrospinal fluid Table 2 Mechanisms of anoxic injury Anoxic anoxia Low environmental oxygen tension or pulmonary function Anemic anoxia Low oxygen-carrying capacity of blood Ischemic anoxia Failure of cerebral blood flow Source: Reference 7
2] is required to induce global anoxia by intensifying continental weathering and increasing the supply rate of phosphate to the ocean.
A few data points showed apparent positive Ce anomaly caused by a negative La anomaly (as defined by Bau & Dulski 1996), and one data point from the Nostolepis body scale showed a real positive Ce anomaly, likely reflecting pore water anoxia present in most of the depositional settings.
En los mejillones, las condiciones de anoxia pueden ser inducidas por cierre hermetico de sus valvas en presencia de depredadores, enterramientos, anhidrobiosis y sustancias contaminantes (Ladare & Storey, 2002).
Las otras ocho causas correspondieron a enfermedades transmisibles, especificamente otras infecciones, que es la causa con mas AVPD en hombres con 1,022; anoxia, asfixia, trauma al nacimiento e infecciones de vias respiratorias bajas con 1,199 AVISA, asimismo se destacan el tumor maligno de estomago; las anomalias congenitas cardiacas y otras enfermedades del aparato digestivo; mientras de accidentes y lesiones se destacan las caidas y ahogamientos (Tabla 1 y 2).
A lump of biological indicators as algae, framboids, disseminated pyrites, rhizolithes, rhizocretions, calcimicrobes, and filamentous bodies argue for deposition in reducing environment and extensive anoxia lead to biodegradation of organic matter.
However, the avalanche covered the farms' water source, and as a result of anoxia the salmon died," ydris Ecally, the owner of one farm in Hakkari, was quoted as saying.
Florid intracranial calcification in children is caused by birth anoxia, Cockayne disease, tuberous sclerosis, or infections such as toxoplasmosis or cytomegalovirus.
suffer traumatic brain injuries annually and an additional 917,000 suffer acquired brain injuries caused by stroke, tumor, aneurysm, viral encephalitis and anoxia.