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Synonyms for infiltration

a process in which individuals (or small groups) penetrate an area (especially the military penetration of enemy positions without detection)

the slow passage of a liquid through a filtering medium


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Isolated studies showed that IMNM patients had more edema and mild fatty infiltration at the later stage.
Caption: Figure 4: Axial cardiac computed tomography images at the level of the interventricular septum and base of the heart (a) showing fatty infiltration of the right ventricular side of the septum extending into the adjacent trabeculae (red arrow).
A recent meta-analysis reported that increased re-tear rates were associated with larger tear size, advanced age, and more fatty infiltration (McElvany et al.
Except for diffuse lipomatosis, all other conditions are mostly localised or variable fatty infiltrations of the thyroid.
In addition, LPva may have ability to reduce the damage in the liver caused by fatty infiltration in hypercholesterolemia as well as attenuates the vascular endothelial permeability which helps in reducing the progress of atherosclerosis.
8,9) Given this retraction, evaluating the musculature using MR sagittal images may not give an accurate representation of the musculature and consequently the degree of fatty infiltration.
Patients fitting the clinical consensus definition having either palpable liver or ultrasound evidence of fatty infiltration were enrolled.
The morphological alterations in liver involved glycogen vacuolation hemorrhage vacuolation congestion fatty infiltration and hepatic necrosis.
There is growing recognition of QF muscle pathologies, such as muscle tear, oedema, and fatty infiltration.
5cms but was negative for fatty infiltration of liver, stones, cirrhotic features or dilation of biliary tree.
1) Linear correlation between increased fatty infiltration of the thymus on computed tomography (CT) and decreased 18F-FDG uptake on positron emission tomography-computed tomography (PET-CT) is seen with increasing age.
Obesity has been shown to produce a chronic proinflammatory state throughout the body, (3-6) which has been linked to fatty infiltration of the gallbladder (among other organs) and impaired contractility.
Resolution of focal fatty infiltration of the liver.
transaminases) may well be elevated and liver biopsies will show steatosis, Mallory bodies and evidence of fatty infiltration while carbohydrate deficient or depleted transferrin is indeed of value in the detection of chronic alcohol abuse.
40) The article by Gladstone et al similarly confirmed that muscle atrophy and fatty infiltration played a significant role in functional outcome after repair.