neoformation


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neoformation

[¦nē·ō·fȯr′mā·shən]
(geology)
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At the 1-day time point, mature collagen fibers were observed in addition to more organized neoformation of procollagen and a marked decrease in inflammatory cells, (Fig 2B).
TM patients, in spite of following a regular transfusional regimen, and receiving adequate sex hormone replacement and chelating therapy, show imbalanced bone turnover with an increased resorptive phase that is not followed by an appropriate neoformation rate, resulting in a decreased BMD, particularly at the vertebral level, where trabecular bone is mostly represented (22,26,37,38,39).
Tissue reorganizing events, such as: (a) parenchyma homogenization; (b) occurrence of hyperplasia; (c) occurrence of cell hypertrophy or hypotrophy; (d) increment in the density of trichomes/emergences; (e) redifferentiation of a nutritive tissue and/or a storage tissue; (f) redifferentiation of a mechanical layer; (g) hypertrophy of vascular bundles; and (h) neoformation (or redifferentiation) of specialized structures are discussed in the following sections.
On macroscopic examination, the resected structure appeared as a cystic neoformation with interrupted walls due to surgical operations with a fringed external surface of 7 cm as the maximum diameter.
(54) evaluated the area of bone neoformation after DO through histological analysis and also with measurement of the amount of neoformed bone after LLLT (830 nm laser, 40 mW, 10 J/c[m.sup.2]) performing the irradiation protocol immediately after activation of the distractor.
Puel, "Implication of NMDA type glutamate receptors in neural regeneration and neoformation of synapses after excitotoxic injury in the guinea pig cochlea," International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, vol.
After 5 months of decompression, a significant reduction of the lesion was observed radiographically, with evidence of bone neoformation in the periphery of the lesion.
(a) The areas indicated in this figure, shown at higher magnification, highlight the presence of neoformation of many dermal annexes in comparison with annexes photographed in untreated skin areas of the same animals.
It is a mobile tissue neoformation system based on the phototherapy principles to assist in the healing of wounds.
Also, reparative tissue was found with black particulate material corresponding to the prosthetic material near the neoformation of blood vessels and fibroblast (Figure 7(b)).
During gynecological examination, we did not find any pathological vaginal and cervical lesion and leucorrhoea was not present, but a pelvic neoformation of about 10 cm increasing in consistency was appreciated with the bimanual pelvic and digital rectal examination.
An exophytic, encapsulated neoformation with a diameter of 5 cm, at the level of the VI hepatic segment, is found in the laparoscopic procedure.