aplasia


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Related to aplasia: Pure red cell aplasia, Bone marrow aplasia

aplasia

[ā′plāzh·ə]
(medicine)
Defective development which results in the virtual absence of a tissue or an organ; only a remnant appears.
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Patellar abnormalities are present in >90% of cases and include aplasia or, more frequently, patellar hypoplasia (4).
Maxillary and sphenoid sinus aplasia in Turkish individuals: A retrospective review using computed tomography.
Due to the fact that chemotherapy protocols lead to subsequently longer periods of aplasia with different recommendations for antibiotic or antimycotic prophylaxis, we performed a subgroup analyses (Cheson et al.
It is important to recognise variants in which fibrous tissue is increased and, conversely, total cellularity is decreased, differentiating from primary myelofibrosis and aplasia respectively.
Aiyappan et al who also reported an incidental left-sided submandibular gland aplasia in 2010 (3) conducted a literature search where they found 13 reported cases of unilateral submandibular gland aplasia from 1990 to 2009.
Auto-transplantation of teeth is generally accepted as a reliable procedure in cases such as trauma [Kristerson and Lagerstrom, 1991], early loss and congenital aplasia, and concerns mainly youngsters [Andreasen, 1991].
The effects of B19 infection have been studied mostly as sporadic cases usually in ALL patients during the course of maintenance chemotherapy causing acute/chronic anaemia, pure red-cell aplasia or pancytopenia (3), and less frequently thrombocytopenia and neutropenia (3-6).
These ultrastructural features are consistent with complete ciliary aplasia which is a rare form of primary ciliary dyskinesia.
Unilateral polycystic renal disease, multicystic renal dysplasia and renal aplasia are all synonymous with renal dysplasia, which is a rare pathological condition.
El servicio de hematologia decidio la realizacion de un Trasplante de Medula Osea (TMO), tras provocar en el paciente una aplasia medular para erradicar un MM, a un paciente con insuficiencia renal.
The warning involves cases of pure red cell aplasia (PRCA), a type of anemia that can cause fatigue, lethargy or abnormal paleness of the skin.
The case came to light in September 2003 when the 40-year-old's ex-husband accused her and four others of duping him into believing his son had been born with bone marrow aplasia, while hiding the fact that he really suffered from thalassaemia