ischemic necrosis


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ischemic necrosis

[i′skē·mik ne′krō·səs]
(medicine)
Local tissue death due to impaired blood supply.
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Delivery of 100% oxygen under elevated pressure causes a systemic increase in blood oxygen concentration, while the elevated pressure leads to a significantly increased oxygen transfer from the blood to all body tissues, but with the specific aim of increasing oxygen transfer to tissues under stress to enhance the rate of wound healing, a reduction in wound edema (17, 23), reducing muscular ischemic necrosis and compartment syndrome, and preventing infection by killing bacteria within a wound in an oxygen dependent manner (24), thus leading to recovery from trauma or stress (25).
Intraoperative frozen sections of all areas in question demonstrated ischemic necrosis and numerous bacteria, but no invasive fungus.
In summation, risk of ischemic necrosis to the ulnar nerve is inherent to the technique of anterior transposition, should a segment of the nerve be completely separated from its nourishing blood supply.
The direct association between the contour of the flattened area and the ulceration reinforces the interpretation of ischemic necrosis caused by compression.
However, ischemic necrosis may occur in the abdomen, thigh, breasts, and buttocks.
Two cases of jejunoileal neuroendocrine tumor (A-C and D-F) with mesenteric involvement and intestinal ischemic necrosis.
Ischemic necrosis of the sigmoid colon after antegrade sclerotherapy of idiopathic varicocele: a case report.
Timely surgical correction is mandatory for such congenital problem otherwise fatal consequence may be met with owing to environmental contamination, traumatic wound, ischemic necrosis of prolapsed organ and ascending infection.
Acquired webs often occur secondary to prolonged intubation, which can also cause ischemic necrosis of the posterior laryngeal mucosa.
In our case, spontaneous apoplexy due to ischemic necrosis was diagnosed; no precipitating factors were determined.
Ischemic necrosis of the femoral head: treatment by core decompression.