induration


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1 mL (5 TU) of the purified protein derivative (PPD) on the volar surface of the forearm using a 27-gauge needle and measuring the induration after 48-72 h.
5) Perineal nodular induration (PNI) also known as biker's nodule, cyclist's nodule, ischiatic hygroma, third testicle, or an accessory testicle is a benign pseudotumour that presents most commonly in avid male cyclists with repetitive perineal microtrauma.
Induration [greater than or equal to] 5 mm in diameter
There are previous cases reported that insulin allergy was an important cause that resulted in induration, swelling and redness at injection site.
They were evaluated in the 4th, 8th, 12th, 16th weeks of the treatment and response rate was recorded according to ESL (evaluation of lesions scheme) as follows: Cured (complete re-epithelialization without induration); partially cured (more than 50% re-epithelialization and decrease induration); improved (<50% re-epithelialization and decrease induration in the lesion); no change (without any change in the size of the lesion) or worsening (increase in the size of the lesions).
IGRAs were also used as a secondary test for persons who developed a TST induration <10 mm.
Physical examination revealed multiple well-demarcated oval and geographic plaques with central white induration with areas of superficial erosion and pink peripheral borders on the breasts, inframammary folds, midchest, and abdomen that were exquisitely tender to light palpation.
The size and induration of lesions was measured by ruler and palpation respectively.
They address research in mineral drying and calcining; fluidization, reduction roasting, and microwave treatment; roasting; induration and sintering; and sintering and energy use.
The cervix may fail to dilate because of severe fibrous induration or sclerosis of cervix (Roberts, 2004).
Wounds were assessed by visual tracking of wound size, and by presence of redness and induration.
A tuberculin skin testing (TST) was considered positive when an induration equal to or greater than 10 mm diameter was detected.
However, the two groups did not significantly differ based on photographically assessed breast shrinkage, clinically assessed edema, tumor bed induration, or pigmentation, according to the researchers.
No scaling, erythema, scarring, or induration was seen in the alopecic area.