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overgrowth

[′ō·vər‚grōth]
(crystallography)
A crystal growth in optical and crystallographic continuity around another crystal of different composition.
(mineralogy)
A mineral deposited on and growing in oriented, crystallographic directions on the surface of another mineral.
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The literature contains scant evidence to support further benefits for infant or maternal health (in other words, fetal overgrowth, GDM, or hypertensive disorders).
Taken together, the data from these experiments constitute an important first step in determining if inducing apoptosis could be a viable, nonsurgical method of managing cellular proliferative disorders like drug-induced gingival overgrowth.
Out of those with diarrhea-predominant IBS, 60 percent also had bacterial overgrowth.
Other anticonvulsants associated with overgrowth are carbamazepine, primidone, phenobarbital, ethosuximide, methosuximide, valproic acid.
As expected, conditions that are known to predispose to bacterial overgrowth were more prevalent in the SIBO group (Table 2): 66% of patients with SIBO (44 of 67) had predisposing conditions as compared with only 36% (20 of 55) in the control group (P = .
He had been diagnosed with Simpson-Golabi-Behmel syndrome on the basis of his appearance, typical of the condition, and overgrowth reflected in his weighing more than anticipated for his age.
CUTLINE: Firefighters put out the Mechanic Street fire amid overgrowth yesterday afternoon.
While there are certainly more, here are three pieces to the puzzle of Ruby Jo's skin problems: 1) unhealthy balance of probiotics in the GI tract due to probable overgrowth of Candida (yeast) 2) foods to eat more of and 3) foods to eat less of.
Some heal neatly while others develop overgrowth around the scar area.
The council's street care team cut back hedges and overgrowth in the wooded area to build the log circle.
They promptly, on finishing, threw their snacks and their rubbish in the overgrowth at the back of people's gardens.
In a recent study, 10 of 13 irritable bowel patients who had abnormal lactulose breath tests reported that RLS symptoms improved at least 80 percent from baseline after being treated for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth.