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The severity of the pathologic vocal fold findings was directly proportional to the length of time the patient had been a smoker.
Lumbar pathologic discs most often occur in the lower lumbar region, at the L4-L5 or L5-S1 joint levels (Figure 3).
Therefore, our primary objective was to assess pathologic findings among nonintact, second-trimester fetal demise specimens at one institution, comparing the findings of a standardized examination by a perinatal pathologist to the findings by individual practice patterns of general surgical pathologists.
ET-1 then stimulates osteoblasts, via the endothelin A receptor (ETAR), to form pathologic new bone.
We presented the pathologic description of the first series of inoculation eschars from skin biopsy specimens of patients with ATBF.
There was a significant portion of DRE-alone diagnosed prostate cancers that had Gleason sums greater than 7, meaning they had aggressive pathologic features," he noted.
Dan Myers, president of Novartis Ophthalmics, North America said, "The fact that Visudyne therapy has demonstrated the ability to stabilize and in some cases improve vision in these pathologic myopia and presumed ocular histoplasmosis patients is another remarkable success story for this breakthrough therapy.
Color illustrations of cellular and pathologic processes and structures are frequently depicted in three-dimensional reconstructions, which are very well described in the text and in the corresponding figure legends.
In pathologic mitral valve prolapse, the mitral valve fails to close properly, so blood flows back into the left atrium.
In addition, many children who develop AIDS-related neurological disease suffer from a deformity of facial features, called AIDS embryopathy, that "is suggestive of a pathologic event occurring very early on in pregnancy that affects cells that go into making up, amongst other things, the nervous system," Lyman says.
MMD-213 was a Phase II, double-masked (physician and subject), dose-ranging, multi-center study designed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of intravenous CA4P for treating subfoveal choroidal neovascularization in subjects with pathologic myopia.