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aplasia

[ā′plāzh·ə]
(medicine)
Defective development which results in the virtual absence of a tissue or an organ; only a remnant appears.
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The case 2 can be characterized in group 7 which includes Aplasia cutis of extremities without epidermolysis bullosa.
Human parvovirus B19-induced epidemic acute red cell aplasia in patients with hereditary hemolytic anemia.
In 1973, the Outpatient Clinic of Occupational Diseases of SESI would make an investigation of four cases of bone-marrow aplasia following the death of young workers in the same factory (26).
En el caso de Sindrome de Moebius: debilidad facial congenita uni o bilateral con deterioro de abduccion ocular, que suele asociarse a anomalias en las extremidades; dado por una agenesia o aplasia de los nervios craneales VI y VII (aunque tambien pueden estar otros nervios involucrados provocando paralisis facial y estrabismo convergente.
It is a striking feature of many serious and life-threatening illnesses, ranging from simple drug-induced bone marrow hypoplasia, megaloblastic anemia to fatal bone marrow aplasias and leukemias.
Patients with CSF can experience knee instability due to congenital hypoplasia or aplasia of the cruciate ligaments.
All cases diagnosed as Mullerian aplasia and who underwent surgical correction were included.
CCD is characterized by short stature, large head with frontal and parietal bossing, delayed closure of cranial sutures and fontanels, hypertelorism with depressed infraorbital area, broad based nose with depressed nasal bridge and aplasia or varying degrees of hypoplasia of clavicles.
TAR syndrome is a rare genetic disorder characterized by low platelet level and radial aplasia and presence of both thumbs.
The left vertebral angiography has shown left AICA hypoplasia and left posterior inferior cerebellar artery (PICA) aplasia.
En algunos casos existe una supresion temporal de la medula, mientras que otras veces se desarrolla una aplasia mas severa (Withrow, 2001).