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Fatty degeneration of the muscles of the rotator cuff: assessment by computed tomography versus magnetic resonance imaging.
Encephalopathy and fatty degeneration of the viscera: A disease entity in childhood.
A blow to a vital part could cause this, especially if the victim suffered from fatty degeneration of the heart.
Fatty degeneration is one of the most common pathological changes in the liver due in most cases to excessive intake of alcohol.
Alterations in the two species, comprising an increase in the number of MMCs, fatty degeneration, inflammation, congestion, hepatitis and focal necrosis, were reported in other zones (Figure 3 C, D, E and F).
Several possible hypotheses for explanation of the pathogenesis of steroid-induced osteonecrosis, including increased size and number of fatty cells, increased intra osseous pressure, fatty degeneration of osteocytes, fat embolism and extra osseous arterial occlusion have been proposed in the literature (5).
The observation of the micro architecture and enzymes of the liver tissue revealed reduction in the number and size of liver cells, numerous fibrous tissues, elevated liver transaminases and reduction in endogenous anti-oxidants, with evidence of fatty degeneration, in animals exposed to cigarette smoke compared to those exposed to cotton wool smoke and fresh atmospheric air.
5) The findings of Goutallier et al similarly support that increased wait times lead to increased fatty degeneration of the torn rotator cuff muscle.