necrotic


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necrotic

[nə′kräd·ik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to, causing, or undergoing necrosis.
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The necrotic, infected pulp can also be potentially left in the branches of the root canal [13,14].
1],[2] The locale of the necrotic lesion plays an important role in the progression and treatment of ONFH.
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).
Necrotic enteritis (NE) is a major disease of poultry caused by infection with C.
There was subepidermal blister, the roof of which was formed by completely necrotic epidermis.
8% of the dentists questioned thought that teeth with necrotic pulp could be treated successfully in one visit.
Necrotic tissue contains dead cells and debris that are a consequence of the fragmentation of dying cells.
Colour Doppler US revealed centrally necrotic and vascular hyperheterogenous solid lesion in the lower pole of the left kidney with enlargement of LRV proximal to the aorto-mesenteric junction.
The Philippines Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry has granted approval for a non-antibiotic gut health solution for the treatment of necrotic enteritis (NE) in poultry and as a tool to enhance gut health.
6] We encountered three infants with necrotic small bowel in whom special staining techniques on histological specimens of their resected bowel revealed an abundance of Klebsiella-associated intramural biofilm formations.