dysplasia


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dysplasia

[di′splā·zhə]
(pathology)
Abnormal development or growth, especially of cells.
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A meta-analysis of common risk factors associated with the diagnosis of developmental dysplasia of the hip in newborns.
Twenty two women still had dysplasia and with improvement to CIN 1.
It also reviews key players involved in the therapeutic development for Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia and special features on late-stage and discontinued projects.
Hip dysplasia can be treated either conservatively or through surgery.
Intracranial fibromuscular dysplasia in a six-year-old: a rare cause of childhood stroke.
Once dysplasia is identified in a patient with IBD, the entire colon is at a greater risk for developing carcinoma or field cancerization.
Cetinkaya M, Ozkan H, Koksal N, Sarisozen B, Yazici Z Neonatal osteofibrous dysplasia associated with pathological tibia fracture: a case report and review of the literature.
Additionally, DDH is hard to detect because hip dysplasia is known as a silent condition that does not cause pain in babies or prevent them from learning to walk at a normal age.
The dysplasia may be low grade (nuclei basally orientated within the cells) or high grade (haphazardly located nuclei).
Hur of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, both in Boston, and his colleagues conducted several analyses comparing three treatment strategies for each of three disease states: Barrett's esophagus with high-grade dysplasia, Barrett's esophagus with low-grade dysplasia, and Barrett's esophagus with no dysplasia.
This can result in false reassurance for patients in whom their dysplasia has been missed, and conversely those without dysplasia having to undergo further unnecessary treatments.
We report clinical profile and treatment outcome of 25 patients with fibrous dysplasia from a tertiary care centre of north India.