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

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Clinicopathological behaviour of multiple oral dysplastic lesions compared with that of single lesions.
Decrease of colonic dysplastic lesions induced by 1,2-dimetylhydrazine in butyric acid supplemented rats
In most cases with multicystic dysplastic kidney, no functional parenchyma is present.
Misdiagnosis of a melanoma as dysplastic or spitz nevus.
Clinical course and outcome for children with multicystic dysplastic kidneys.
GSK has proposed that Cervarix be licensed for prevention of cervical cancer (squamous cell cancer and adenocarcinoma, and protection against precancerous or dysplastic lesions and persistent/incident infections), caused by HPV types 16 and 18, in girls and women aged 10-25 years.
Various metabolic and dysplastic diseases can involve the temporal bone but rarely present initially to the ENT clinic.
Dysplastic naevi are also related to skin pigmentation.
A lymph node biopsy showed prominent dysplastic dendritic cells with the occasional 'lollipop' lesions, interfollicular plasma cells and prominent small vessel vascularity confirming multicentric Castleman's disease MCCD).
Doctors then diagnosed hepatic fibrosis of the liver and dysplastic kidneys and told his mum Katrina he would eventually need a double transplant.
Christopher Ormesher was born six weeks early with dysplastic kidneys and has fought a long battle with illness.
At 2 years, the dysplastic lesion had disappeared (figure).
A dose-related increase in the incidence of dysplastic hyperplasias and dysplastic papillomas of the renal pelvis and ureter was observed in females.
Of those, 17 were positive for high-risk HPV, including all 13 dysplastic patients.
We report a case of cystic dysplasia of the testis and absent ipsilateral kidney, but an ipsilateral ectatic terminal ureter, suggesting involution of a dysplastic kidney as a reason for the apparent renal agenesis.