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felty

[′fel·tē]
(geology)
Referring to a pilotaxitic texture in which the microlites are randomly oriented.
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Diagnois of Felty's syndrome, distinguished from hematological neoplasm: A case report.
Most patients diagnosed with Felty's syndrome are ages 50-70 and have had RA for more than 10 years (Keating, 2016; Rozin, Hoffman, Hayek, & Balbir-Gurman, 2013).
Felty, "Levels of IL-1 beta control stimulatory/inhibitory growth of cancer cells," Frontiers in Bioscience, vol.
Felty syndrome is classically defined as rheumatoid arthritis, neutropenia, and splenomegaly.
After infectious, neoplastic, and other rheumatologic differential diagnoses could be ruled out, he was diagnosed with Felty syndrome taking into account the combination of chronic polyarthritis, leukocytopenia, and splenomegaly.
CAMERA (DELUXE COLOR, WIDESCREEN, 35MM), Masanobu Takayanagi; EDITOR, David Rosenbloom; ADDITIONAL EDITOR, Claire Simpson; music, Tom Holkenborg; PRODUCTION DESIGNER, Stefania Celia; ART DIRECTOR, Jeremy Woodward; SET DECORATOR, Tracey Doyle; SET DESIGNERS, Bryan Felty, Karl Martin, Christina Todesco; COSTUME DESIGNER, Kasia Walicka Maimone; SOUND (DOLBY DIGITAL), Tom Williams.
This will grow into a large shrub with big felty leaves and beautiful lace cap flowers, pure white on the outside surrounding a mauve centre.
Correlating the Ultrasound Findings with the Clinical Picture and Creating a Well-Defined Treatment Plan: Cindy Felty, RN-CNP, FCCWS
These leaves were left for 2 h under direct sunlight to force the mites to leave the erineum (Waite 1992), the latter being an abnormal felty growth of hairs from the leaf epidermis.
It was there that I was able to consistently train under my coach, Jim Felty, a retired Navy Commander.