Surgical techniques for the treatment of involutional
entropion include the lateral tarsal strip procedure , the use of transverse everting sutures [1, 14], retractor plication [1,15], transverse lid split , and the Wies procedure [14,16].
The cervical and uterine involutional
changes and any abnormal discharges observed on days 7, 14, 21, 28, 35 and 42 post-partum are presented in Table 3.
In acupuncture-related lipoatrophy there is an involutional
pattern with thin and elongated fat lobules.
Her particular type was the involutional
psychosis, melancholia type....
In contrast, 1st-and 2nd-grade students present an involutional
pattern according to these levels of abstraction, except for verbal problems, where their achievement is the highest, along with the 3rd-grade students.
During the involutional
phase, they show evidence of fatty infiltration and decrease in size.
Depression is classically associated with the hormonal and reproductive changes in a woman's life cycle, from premenstrual disorders to the menopause, charmingly labelled as 'involutional
This is not surprising, he said, because the urethra and trigone are just as heavily endowed with estrogen receptors as are the lower vagina and vulva and just as susceptible to involutional
change with estrogen deficiency.
Other autopsy findings included marked involutional
changes of the thymus and perithymic hemorrhages, focal acute inflammation of the colonic serosa and a bilateral acute bronchopneumonia with extensive pulmonary hemorrhages; this last finding representing the immediate cause of death in this patient with multiorgan failure.
Primary osteoporosis has been subdivided into idiopathic osteoporosis and involutional
Doctors have a word for this kind of introspective behaviour - it's involutional
- and I suppose the ultimate expression of it is retiring to bed and never leaving one's room, which a surprising number of people do at the end of their lives.
In a book filled with pseudo-information and endlessly re-routed mechanisms of communication, the section is unusual for its unambiguous didacticism: Wallace unpacks, though maintaining a characteristic ludic inflection, the meaning of two distinct kinds of depression: "anhedonia or simple melancholy" (692) and 'clinical depression or involutional
depression or unipolar dysphoria' (695).