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abnormal development (of organs or cells) or an abnormal structure resulting from such growth

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3-5,9,10) Dysplastic dartos may be the main cause, which can hinder the normal stretch of penis.
In 2011, Ross and colleagues published their results of arthroscopy in 73 dysplastic hips undergoing periacetabular osteotomies.
Study co-author Debanjan Dhar said that it was never established whether dysplastic lesions are just a regenerative (healing) response of the liver triggered by tissue damage or are actually pre-malignant lesions that harbour tumour progenitor cells.
The peripheral blood morphology of our study group showed the following: 46% showed features of infection, 29% were normal and 14% showed dysplastic features.
Over the last 30 years, routine skin screening for dysplastic moles, and performing routine colonoscopy to find and remove dysplastic polyps, have added melanoma and colon cancer to the short list of potentially preventable cancers.
We found that dietary AX significantly inhibited the occurrence of colonic mucosal ulcers, dysplastic crypts, and colonic adenocarcinoma at week 20.
Identifying and eliminating precursor dysplastic lesions in IBD is a practical approach to preventing the development of invasive adenocarcinoma; the classification of these precancerous lesions and their pathogenic nature has significant patient management implications.
There are two basic types of precancerous lesions associated with skin cancer: actinic keratoses and dysplastic nevi.
The Children's Kidney Unit was nominated to receive the donation by P&G employee Joanne Lovat, whose friends Evonne and Ian Swinbank lost their baby Tobi two years ago when he was born with two dysplastic kidneys.
NYU's review of the prior biopsies revealed a compound dysplastic nevus with one fragmented margin that could not be properly evaluated on the right deltoid, and an early malignant melanoma in situ evolving in a junctional, dysplastic melanocytic nevus on the left arm.
I have X-rayed labradoodles with bone disorders and Sprockers with dysplastic elbows.
The aim of this study was to determine the antitumorigenic effect of butyric acid on the development of dysplastic lesions, considered as unequivocal histologic markers of colon cancer in its initial state, in 1,2-dymethylhidrazine-treated rats.
Unless you have your dog's hips X-rayed prior to its use for breeding, or it is obviously dysplastic and appears crippled as a pup, you'll likely be unaware, especially early on, that your dog has a problem.
Barrett added, "The AGA's position supports the collaborative work between our company and a rapidly growing number of physicians who wish to treat all forms of dysplastic Barrett's.