ulceration


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Synonyms for ulceration

a circumscribed inflammatory and often suppurating lesion on the skin or an internal mucous surface resulting in necrosis of tissue

the process of ulcer formation

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This prompted the person with SCI and ischial ulceration, who was an engineer by profession, to inquire whether it was possible to convert his Permobil C500[c] wheelchair (Permobil Inc; Lebanon, Tennessee) into a motorized prone cart.
Gonzalez-Moles and Bagan-Sebastian reported that severe ulceration can take place after prolonged contact between alendronate and the mucosa of the palate and tongue.
Positive wound healing outcomes are crucial in managing diabetic foot ulceration to avoid amputation, said Awad.
The retrospective study examined 16 patients (the largest group followed in the literature) who underwent resection arthroplasty with external fixation for first MTP ulceration.
The researchers observed that the ethanolic extract of EER significantly and dose-dependently reduced the basal gastric acid secretion, titratable acidity and ruminal ulceration.
Currently expanding its operation in Coventry, Advanced Therapeutic Materials Ltd has developed a radically improved delivery process of compression therapy, a tailor-made garment for sufferers of conditions including ulceration, lymphoedema and DVT.
No data exist on the aetiology of oesophageal ulceration in South African HIV-infected patients.
Yet simple measures that can reduce the rate of foot ulceration are not being done, he said at the annual meeting of the American Association of Diabetes Educators.
The reason for the study is that, the known non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are full of side effects especially ulceration which is at the top.
A 7 year-old girl was referred with a two week history of fever, lymphadenopathy, oral and peri-oral ulceration.
Key Words: diabetic amputations, ischemia, neuropathy, ulceration, infection
He said: "Ibuprofen, the anti-inflammatory painkiller found in Nurofen can cause gastric ulceration, haemorrhaging and increased incidences of heart attack.
Direct skin contact can lead to dermatitis and skin ulceration.
Gastric ulceration is an invisible condition, and many horses will show no external signs of suffering from it.