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Synonyms for arrest

Synonyms for arrest

to prevent the occurrence or continuation of a movement, action, or operation

to take into custody as a prisoner

to compel, as the attention, interest, or imagination, of

a seizing and holding by law

Synonyms for arrest

the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal)

the state of inactivity following an interruption

take into custody

hold back, as of a danger or an enemy

attract and fix

cause to stop


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It should be noted that the 'typical' bone marrow abnormality seen in cyclic neutropenia, namely hypoplasia of the myeloid series with maturation arrest at the myelocyte stage, was not seen in our patient; however, this occurs during the declining phase of the neutrophil oscillation, and myelopoiesis can be normal or even hyperplastic during neutrophil recovery.
The role of liver stem cells in the carcinogenic process has led researchers to hypothesize that primary liver cancer arises by maturation arrest of liver stem cells.
Modest anemia may occur from hemolysis and reversible normoblastic maturation arrest.
In six patients, maturation arrest was observed at different steps of spermatogenesis and three patients showed SCO syndrome.
We believe that the lymphoblast-like cells observed in our patient's bone marrow were due to maturation arrest in the normal lymphoblastic series caused by IVA.
The role of liver stem cells in the carcinogenic process has recently led to a new hypothesis that hepatocellular carcinoma in humans arises by maturation arrest of liver stem cells.
These patients were divided into three groups according to testicular histology (hypospermatogenesis, maturation arrest and germ cell aplasia) revealed in biopsy prior to ICSI.
One of them had a pathology report showing maturation arrest. Both have had microdissection testicular sperm extraction operation without sperm recovery.
Another study of HSP70 and infertility reported that the HSP70-2 protein is expressed in spermatocy tes and spermatids in normal and maturation arrest tissues.21 However, the expression the HSP70-2 protein was low in testes with maturation arrest, and no expression of the HSP70-2 protein was demonstrated in sertoli- only specimens.
Section studied through separately sent testicular biopsy show features of incomplete spermatocytic maturation arrest (Pic.