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necrotic

[nə′kräd·ik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to, causing, or undergoing necrosis.
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In such cases, treatment is conducted according to the principle that the more necrotic tissue is removed from the canals, the lower the risk of periapical lesions [21].
Such collapse can cause a requirement for hip joint replacement as seen in many Asian countries including China.[1],[2] The locale of the necrotic lesion plays an important role in the progression and treatment of ONFH.[3] The three-pillar classification system based on the position of bone necrosis is widely accepted and used in ONFH research.[4],[5] For example, Li et al .[6] reported a successful prognosis in 153 patients with nontraumatic osteonecrosis in lateral pillar of femoral head.
Conclusion: Primary ligation of the artery with excision of infected pseudoaneurysm and necrotic material was found the optimal initial management for infected pseudoaneurysm in intravenous drug addicts.
In a previous study, we showed that subcutaneous vaccination with the NetB protein in combination with Montanide ISA 71 adjuvant significantly protected chickens against body weight loss induced by necrotic enteritis [13].
The treatment is based on the theory that in the absence of microorganisma and necrotic tissue and in the presence of a scaffold and stem cells inside the root canal space, regeneration of the pulp tissue would be possible (1).
In Section 3, we extend the minimal model to incorporate the effect of tumor necrosis and give a third-order model to describe the dynamics of proliferating and necrotic tumor cells and use mixed-order pharmacokinetics and standard pharmacodynamics to describe the dynamics of the applied inhibitor.
To analyze the differences in necrotic changes among the anteroposterior locations, thin sections from the anterior and posterior margins of segmental mandibulectomies were used for observations, as shown in Figure 1.
Caption: FIGURE 1: (a) Necrotic incarcerated hemorrhoids and necrotic perineal tissues.
Keywords: Necrotic enteritis, Clostridium perfringens, Pathogenesis, Control measures.
Currently, there are no reports of patients with necrotic pancreatitis as a complication of valproic acid acute overdose, in patients naive to valproate therapy.
Doctors diagnosed Layla with necrotic encephalitis, a rare complication of the flu that attacked her brain.