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dysplasia

[di′splā·zhə]
(pathology)
Abnormal development or growth, especially of cells.
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Two months after uncomplicated normal vaginal delivery, the patient presented to the hospital with aplastic anemia, evident by her complete blood count: WBC of 1 x [10.sup.9]/L, absolute neutrophil count (ANC) of 0.05, Hb of 7.8g/dL, and Plt of 5 x [10.sup.9], and the bone marrow biopsy revealed markedly reduced cellularity with many lymphoid aggregates and no clear dysplastic changes or evidence of malignancy.
Obvious dysplastic changes and carcinoma in situ or invasive squamous cell carcinoma are present almost in all true lesions.
To evaluate the efficacy of Pap smear as routine screening procedure for early detection of early dysplastic changes in the cervix.
GA is a benign epithelial proliferation while stones and cholecystitis secondary to GA may lead to dysplastic changes and cancer.
Doctors refer to these changes as as dysplasia. Among some dysplastic changes that occur in skin that you need to keep an eye on are:
Adequate megakaryopoiesis and erythropoiesis without dysplastic changes was noted.
Multinucleated epithelial giant cells in colorectal polyps: a potential mimic of viropathic and/or dysplastic changes. Am J Surg Pathol.
(1) In general, the thicker the leukoplakia, the greater the chance of finding dysplastic changes. Therefore, a verrucous leukoplakia is more likely to show dysplasia than a thick homogeneous leukoplakia.
Magnetic resonance imaging of brain and spine was done and the finding was prominent perivascular space along the corpus callosum due to hypo intensity of the bilateral thalami and posterior limb of internal capsule, peritrigonal hypomyelination, dysplastic changes of the dense process of C2 with small sinus reaction articulating with anterior C1 ring, abnormal peaking of the upper lumbar vertebrae [Figure 2].
- On microscopic examination dysplastic changes in the mucosa adjacent to the tumour suggested origin from the fallopian tube
In our opinion, the presence of inflammatory processes, as well as dysplastic changes defined in the genital cells of women of fertility age in ecologically troubled areas have a direct connection with the peculiarities of the areas of residence.