The cervical and uterine involutional
changes and any abnormal discharges observed on days 7, 14, 21, 28, 35 and 42 post-partum are presented in Table 3.
lipoatrophy: a clinicopathologic study of 16 patients.
Osteoporosis in adults is commonly caused by estrogen deficiency (postmenopausal osteoporosis) and aging (senile or involutional
In a book filled with pseudo-information and endlessly re-routed mechanisms of communication, the section is unusual for its unambiguous didacticism: Wallace unpacks, though maintaining a characteristic ludic inflection, the meaning of two distinct kinds of depression: "anhedonia or simple melancholy" (692) and 'clinical depression or involutional
depression or unipolar dysphoria' (695).
psychosis in Negroes: A report and discussion of low incidence.
It is unaffected by muscle mass, and it has been reported that cystatin C, unlike creatinine, might be able to mirror the involutional
decrease in GFR that occurs with ageing (4, 5).
Cell death occurring in the tissue is not caused by the disappearance of any essential substance; in fact, this involutional
phase is still not well understood, and it is believed to be a natural, genetically-programmed phenomenon.
Two patients showed suture diastasis and involutional
markings on the plain x-ray films in which the bone and the epidural space were involved by hydatid disease.
It found that "most authoritative publications appear to be in agreement that symptoms associated with the depressed phase of manic-depressive illness or involutional
melancholia are treated most effectively by ECT" (Frankel, 1973).
As fertility ends, "the closing gates" of the womb foreshadow women's partial death, thus laying the foundation for the now outmoded psychiatric diagnosis of involutional
Blepharoptosis occurring in glaucomatous patients may be involutional
in an aged population (30) or exacerbated by intraocular surgery.
Similarly, some authors suggest this lesion to be an involutional
, ischemic variant of intraosseous lipoma.