microlithiasis


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microlithiasis

[¦mī·krō·li′thī·ə·səs]
(medicine)
The presence of numerous microliths.
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Increased risk of carcinoma in situ in patients with testicular germ cell cancer with ultrasonic microlithiasis in the contralateral testicle.
In our study testicular microlithiasis have incidence of 6% with 4% cases had bilateral testicular microlithiasis with associated teratocarcinoma on 1% case.
1) Inactivating mutations in the Scl-34A2 gene have been reported in familial cases of pulmonary alveolar microlithiasis.
Occupational lung diseases such as allergies, bronchitis, bronchial asthma, and asbestosis have been previously reported among carpenters, but there has been no report on pulmonary alveolar microlithiasis in carpenters.
This study aimed to determine the incidence of microlithiasis and nephrolithiasis among infants in a city at North West of Iran.
Introduction: Pulmonary alveolar microlithiasis (PAM) is a rare idiopathic disease with unknown etiology and pathogenesis.
Pulmonary alveolar microlithiasis in childhood: Clinical and radiological follow-up.
Other causes of pulmonary calcification include prior infections (tuberculosis, fungal or varicella), silicosis, sarcoidosis, metastatic tumour, rheumatic mitral valve disease, alveolar microlithiasis and idiopathic pulmonary ossification.
The classic form of testicular microlithiasis is strongly associated with subsequent testicular malignancy, Diana Lam reported at the Western regional meeting of the American Federation for Medical Research.
Follow up may be needed [for] patients with classic testicular microlithiasis and other risk factors," said Ms.
Dawson (consultant urologist, Edith Cavell Hospital, UK) and Muir (consultant urological surgeon, King's College Hospital, UK) present reviews of recent research in the field of urology to help settle questions on challenging issues such as circumcision, penile preserving strategies for penile carcinoma, testicular microlithiasis, and surgery versus chemotherapy for high-risk NSGCT.
Occult microlithiasis in 'idiopathic' acute pancreatitis: prevention of relapses by cholecystectomy or ursodeoxycholic acid therapy.