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Synonyms for necrose

undergo necrosis

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La necrose extensive, objectivee sur la piece de nephrectomie, etait probablement responsable de la genese de l'abces, mode de decouverte de la tumeur.
O elevado acumulo de metais no figado pode ocasionar serias lesoes hepaticas e histopatologicas, como, por exemplo, aumento no volume celular (disturbios osmorregulatorios), necrose e degeneracao dos hepatocitos, promovendo disfuncoes no orgao (MAZON et al.
Au Canada, ou le saumon atlantique est eleve sur la cote pacifique en Colombie britannique, un moratoire sur les nouveaux elevages fut leve recemment malgre des cas repetes de poissons s'echappant de leurs enclos pour s'accoupler a des saumons du pacifique et malgre l'apparition du virus de la necrose hematopoietique infectieuse dans un elevage.
La necrose d'un seminome du testicule explique-t-elle les atteintes ganglionnaires apparemment primitives?
Postprocedural pain control, which has been a significant problem with UAE, is not a major issue since fibroids do not necrose as they do following UAE.
5 minutes of therapy achieves temperatures sufficient to necrose enlarged prostate tissue as shown by post-treatment MRI imaging," said Dr.
En histologie, c'est une proliferation benigne de cellules musculaires lisses, associee a des fibres conjonctives disposees en faisceaux et en tonneaux, encapsulees, recouvertes par une membrane fibrovasculaire (3) sans mitose ni necrose, avec souvent des anticorps anti-actine et antidesmine positifs (11).
Puis, la necrose va s'installer et laisser une sorte de repit, de pause dans la souffrance.
Dessa forma, muitas vezes, ocorrem sintomas de necrose nas gemas terminais, em consequencia da baixa atividade transpiratoria dos explantes cultivados in vitro.
A intoxicacao aguda por cobre causa erosao do epitelio gastrintestinal associado a necrose centrilobular do figado e necrose tubular dos rins (BARCELOUX, 1999).
Nos estadios finais do ciclo da cultura, essas doencas ocorrem concomitantemente, causam queda prematura das folhas, provocada pelo amarelecimento e necrose das folhas, e podem acelerar a maturacao.
This degloving injury may necrose the skin and subcutaneous tissues and is commonly seen in older individuals.
A major advantage of microwave technology over other currently used techniques is the ability of microwaves to go deep enough to necrose the feeding system of the spider veins as well as the spider veins themselves.