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necrotize

[′nek·rə‚tīz]
(medicine)
To undergo necrosis; to become necrotic.
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Biopharmaceutical corporation Prometic Life Sciences Inc (TSX:PLI) (OTCQX:PFSCF) revealed on Thursday that it has passed the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) orphan drug designation status for its Inter-Alpha-Inhibitor-Proteins (IaIp) for the treatment of necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC).
The flu doesn't cause necrotizing fasciitis," LoVecchio said.
Massive infectious soft tissue injury: diagnosis and management of Necrotizing Fasciitis and purpura fulminans.
The necrotizing soft tissue infection (NSTI) is a life threatening bacterial infection, characterized by rapid progression through deep tissue planes, resulting in necrosis, involving the scrotum, perineum, the abdominal wall, or the extremities [2].
The spokesman said: "There were two unconnected confirmed cases of Necrotizing Fascilitis in LUH earlier this year in the Maternity Unit.
As a member of The Morgan Leary Vaughan Fund's Board of Directors and as a parent of a 23 week micro preemie, I felt the need to do what I could to raise awareness about how devastating Necrotizing Enterocolitis can be to premature babies," Ms.
Necrotizing lymphadenitis represents the most severe cytomorphological pattern of tubercular lymphadenitis.
However, this is an extremely rare etiologic agent for necrotizing fasciitis.
Results: Necrotizing pancreatitis was found in 3 out of 43 patients (7%).
HONG KONG, Apr 1, 2015 - (ACN Newswire) - China Pioneer Pharma Holdings Limited ("China Pioneer Pharma" or the "Company" or the "Group"; stock code: 01345), one of the largest comprehensive marketing, promotion and channel management service providers dedicated to imported pharmaceutical products and medical devices in China, is pleased to announce that NeutroPhase, a skin and wound cleanser exclusively marketed, promoted and distributed by the Group in mainland China and parts of Southeast Asia, was recently named as the official wound cleanser of the National Necrotizing Fasciitis Foundation (NNFF) in the United States.
Dr Liebow provisionally termed this constellation of findings necrotizing sarcoid granulomatosis (NSG) and stated that "the problem is whether the disease represents necrotizing angiitis with sarcoid reaction, or sarcoidosis with necrosis of the granulomas and of the vessels.