pathologic process


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The interplay between a direct viral pathologic process and a host immune-mediated pathologic process is probably unique to each person.
Thus, using of ultrasound sonography (USS) of abdomen cavity in children with peritonitis for evaluation of pathologic process dissemination and intestinal paresis degree before and after operation has a big scientific and practical interest (Buyanov et.
We must be careful as physicians not to become part of the pathologic process by endless testing.
Rossi, the x-ray also showed some haziness, and a little bit of "white out" in the right lung, characterized as the "very early beginning of some kind of pathologic process in the alveoli.
One patient demonstrated a Trendelenburg gait, and two patients were being monitored for a recurrence of the pathologic process.
Since this process alters the structure and function of the valve and consequently shortens its lifespan and also as it is the major pathologic process necessitating bio-prosthetic valve re-operations, efforts to prevent formation of mineral deposits are active and many approaches, such as anti-mineralization treatment have been tried (3, 4).
The second pathologic process involves neurofibrillary tangles, intracellular collections of twisted protein filaments that destroy cells from within.
Thus, the important issue when confronted with a cutaneous horn is determining the causative pathologic process.
Let us, therefore, consider and discuss this insidious yet not so subtle process as a distinct pathologic process and review the current thinking in regard to its treatment.
If numerous RBCs are present (except traumatic tap), it suggests a pathologic process.
The text also includes a narrative overview of each pathologic process.
1) Recurrence can suggest the possibility of a pathologic process, but it is likely that surgical injury incited a process of repair, resulting in a proliferation of the various tissue elements.
No specific treatment is available to reverse the underlying pathologic process or to alter its clinical course.
No relationship was found between baseline symptom score and blood perfusion levels at baseline, filling or emptying, leading the authors to theorize that the degree of ischemia may not be significant enough to cause pain, or the pathologic process already at play in altering blood flow is the source of the pain.