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Definitive diagnosis was established on histologic examination, by finding characteristic fat necrosis and granulomatous inflammation, along with proliferative and inflammatory responses to compression in the contiguous colon.
It reiterates the association between surgical dye for axillary lymph node staging and the nonspecific imaging findings that fat necrosis and fibrosis may portend.
The clinical presentation of our patient's laryngeal necrosis was aggressive and there was poor response to first line antibiotic treatment.
TABLE 3: Compositional comparison of sugar accumulation disorder (SAD), bunchstem necrosis and normally developing fruit from Oakville Experimental Vineyard, Oct.
Four patients had extensive cutaneous necrosis that appeared similar to necrotic lesions in other thrombophilic states.
A CT scan to check for necrosis was negative, and Carter was told he should be able to play in the upcoming season.
The relationship between dental disease and radiation necrosis of the mandible.
A second factor linked to increased risk of avascular necrosis in her small retrospective case-control study was use of albuterol.
An overview of the growing problem of bone disease -- especially avascular necrosis (also called osteonecrosis, or aseptic necrosis), which is requiring an increasing number of hip replacements in persons who have had AIDS and been on HAART for many years, was published in the April 2002 issue of POZ ("Hip to the Future," by Anne-christine d'Adesky, page 28-31 and 39).
Necrosis, in contrast, includes cell deaths resulting from some outside force.
Skin necrosis (dying skin) may occur because circulation to the remaining tissue has been changed by a mastectomy or other trauma to the breast area.