Treponema pallidum

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Treponema pallidum

[‚trep·ə‚nē·mə ′pal·ə·dəm]
(microbiology)
A pathogenic spirochete that causes the sexually transmitted disease syphilis.
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The fracture was clearly located at a site distant from the site of the trephine placement.
the conventional trap door technique in group A whereas in group B we used a trephine bone collector.
Outcomes of same-sizing versus oversizing donor trephines in keratoconic patients undergoing first penetrating keratoplasty.
Bone marrow biopsy, including aspirate and trephine are a crucial investigation for morphological examination and microbiological testing if indicated.
He also recognised the lucid period that may precede the coma of an extradural haemorrhage and advised the use of the skull trephine in such cases, as is taught in modern neurosurgery, when an accumulation of blood beneath the skull is suspected.
Bone marrow aspiration and trephine showed a normal marrow, with no infiltration.
With this information it is logical to directly examine the bone marrow by means of aspiration coupled with trephine biopsy (Fig.
Tissue sections were removed by means of a trephine bur (8 mm in diameter x 20 mm long, Sin Implantes, Sao Paulo, Brazil) adapted to a low speed motor (Beltec LB100, Araraquara, Brazil) under irrigation.
Therefore a bone marrow aspirate and trephine were performed which revealed erythroid hypoplasia with normal megakaryocyte and myeloid cell lines.
Their approach is based on the integrated assessment of peripheral blood and bone marrow aspirate films, trephine biopsy sections, and supplementary investigations, and includes discussion of the clinical context of bone marrow diagnosis and cytological and histological features.
Two different minimally invasive techniques, one that uses a reamer and another that uses a trephine, were compared to a control group (traditional bone window open harvesting technique).
Trephine Bone Marrow Biopsy, Renal Pathology, Molecular Genetics and Virology workshops will also be part of the event.