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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Here we report the first case of concomitant sterile meningitis caused by ischemic necrosis, which was previously associated only with rare instances of hemorrhagic pituitary apoplexy (9).
Few disorders are mistaken histologically for ischemic necrosis of the optic nerve, although several conditions can mimic cavernous degeneration.
During the repair process of the ischemic necrosis of femoral head, the prevention of apoptosis has become one of the main problems.
It is supposed that a focal ischemic necrosis or focal damage can destroy radial glial fibres during the early development of the cerebral cortex which helps in migration.
Although the exact pathogenesis of cholesterol granuloma is unknown, it is believed that a non-infectious local reaction induces ischemic necrosis, granulomatous reaction, and scarring.
Nicolau syndrome (livedoid dermatitis, embolia cutis medicamentosa) is a rare complication of intramuscular injection that usually presents with pain at the injection site, hyperemia, skin discoloration, redness, abscess formation, and local ischemic necrosis involving the skin and adipose tissue.
Specifically, after induction of hind limb ischemia, ischemic necrosis was found in one or two toes of 3 animals in the PBS group; no necrosis was observed in the other groups.
Key words Ischemic necrosis; purpura fulminans; rickettsia
(2-4) Ischemic necrosis or other means of damage to lipocytes results in release of lipase, cholesterol, or other reactive materials, perpetuating a vicious cycle of inflammation.
Sheehan's syndrome is a hormonal disorder characterized by varying degrees of anterior pituitary dysfunction due to postpartum ischemic necrosis of the pituitary gland usually after massive bleeding.
Stercoral perforation of the colon is caused by progressive ischemic necrosis of the bowel wall by a faecal mass.
HBOT is advocated for the treatment of severe trauma of the limbs in association with surgery because of its effects on peripheral oxygen transport, muscular ischemic necrosis, compartment syndrome, and infection prevention (22).