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become impregnated with calcium salts

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become inflexible and unchanging

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turn into lime

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Calcifying fibrous pseudotumours (CFPTs) are paucicellular collagenous lesions with scattered chronic inflammation and focal calcifications.3 Many previous case studies and literature reviews have suggested that CFPT is a cell-poor, end stage of inflammatory pseudotumor (IPT).4 Although lung involvement is reported to be the most common presentation of IPTs, variants are known to involve almost any type of anatomical location.
Vickers, "The calcifying odontogenic cyst-a possible analogue of the cutaneous calcifying epithelioma of Malherbe.
Many scientists worry that the energy cost could cause calcifying phytoplankton such as E.
A clinicopathological and immunohistochemical study of the calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumour (Pindborg tumour) in Malaysians.
Calcifying fibrous tumor may arise from virtually anywhere in the abdomen, including the abdominal wall, mesentery, and luminal GI tract, but only rare cases have not been well circumscribed.
Clear cell variant of calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor: Case report and review of the literature.
Malherbe's Calcifying Epithelioma (Pilomatrixoma): An Uncommon Periocular Tumor.
Rapidly calcifying and ossifying epidural hematoma.
Corals and other calcifying organisms have been shown to have more difficulty growing their shells in such conditions.
(1.) Anthony H Woodward, M.D, Orthopedic Surgeon: Calcifying Tendonitis- Background, Problem, Epidemology-emedicine.
We can see for our own eyes what increasing CO2 levels do to marine communities'.'At a mean pH level of 7.8, calcified organisms begin to disappear, and non calcifying ones take over.
The differential diagnosis for a calcified mass in the maxillary sinus includes benign tumors (e.g., an osteoma, ossifying fibroma, or calcifying odontogenic cyst), malignant tumors (osteosarcoma), unerupted teeth, antroliths (calcified sinus "stones" that form around a central inflammatory nidus), fungal disease, radiopaque foreign bodies (bone chips or dental cement), and inflammatory cysts.
On the basis of the clinical and radiographic findings, the differential diagnosis was adenomatoid odontogenic tumour, ameloblastic fibrous odontoma, calcifying odontogenic cyst, calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumour, infected dentigerous cyst, and unicystic ameloblastoma.