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Related to cicatricial: cicatricial alopecia, cicatricial conjunctivitis, Cicatricial pemphigoid, cicatricial scar, cicatricial contraction
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Synonyms for cicatrix

a mark left (usually on the skin) by the healing of injured tissue

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Localized cicatricial pemphigoid of the Brunsting-Perry type with transition into disseminated cicatricial pemphigoid.
Less painful oral lesions appear in cicatricial pemphigold.
He also commented on the resulting problem associated with delayed surgical repair: "if the edges are not approximated, cicatricial tissue will results and a troublesome stricture develop.
Other associated lesions were poikiloderma (n=3) (Figure 5), pyogenic granuloma-like lesions (n=1), bullous lesions and erosions (n=1), ulcers (n=2) (Figure 5), eccrine hydrocystoma (n=1), acquired ichthyosis (n=2), cicatricial alopecia (n=3) (Figure 1), vitiligo (n=2), sicca syndrome (n=2), and salivary abnormalities (n=5).
Several studies18 have shown alterations in the expression of carbohydrates and mucin-associated molecules on the ocular surface of patients with ocular cicatricial pemphigoid or other ocular surface diseases.
Table 1: types of lasers used for common conditions in ORL surgeries Common conditions treated by laser Types of laser used in ORL surgery Nasal surgery: Nasal and paranasal polypi, hypertrophied CO2, Nd:YAG, Ho: YAG, turbinates, concha bullosa media, Diode and KTP Lasers Synechia, cicatricial stenosis and granulation, Septum spear and septal crest, talengectasia and capilary hemangioma, adenoids and choanal atresia.
As do tipo lentas tendem a se transformar em rapidas, com alteracoes na forma das proteinas miofibrilares e substituicao por tecido cicatricial fibroso denso, que sofre contratura fibrosa progressiva com producao de deformidades articulares (SALTER, 2001).
The following forms of atelectasis will be addressed: (1) absorption (obstructive), (2) adhesive, (3) compressive, and (4) cicatricial.
While the protection is initially useful, in the long run it induces formation of impermeable cicatricial tissue around the neuron, thus constituting impenetrable scarring hostile to axonal regeneration and hence to propagation of nervous impulses.
5% of cases but it may be disguised as granulation tissue in 63% or cicatricial stenosis in 50% (11).
Noncavitary small nodules and septal or non-septal linear densities can be either active or cicatricial, residual lesions; however, patients with residual nodules or lines tend to have no more relapses than patients with completely cleared lungs.
The inclusions of peripheral nerve fibres in the cicatricial tissue may very well be the cause of fibromyalgia development, and above all of its persistence.
Dermatologist Fasahat Hamzavi (Henry Ford Hospital; Detroit, MI), explained how the Nd:YAG laser is used to treat dissecting cellulites, a chronic inflammatory scalp condition and cicatricial alopecia.
Lower on the list are other noninfectious causes of these symptoms, including lichen sclerosus, lupus erythematosus, cicatricial pemphigoid, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, graft-versus-host disease, pemphigus of the mouth and skin, and a local drug reaction such as contact dermatitis.