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cal·ci·fy

(kal'si-fī),
To deposit or lay down calcium salts, as in the formation of bone.

cal·ci·fy

(kal'si-fī)
To deposit or lay down calcium salts, as in the formation of bone.

calcify

to mineralize by the deposition of calcium salts.
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Management of vascular calcification in CKD patients.
PSS is characterized by the calcification and ossification of the medial collateral ligament (MCL), usually associated with a history of direct or indirect trauma and repetitive microtrauma (3-6).
In adults, severe brain calcification along with clinical findings of Parkinson disease can be caused by longstanding hypoparathyroidism or pseudohypoparathyroidism (1).
It is rare to have dermal calcifications that are associated with malignancy.
Splenic and/or liver calcifications are more suggestive of the former.
Using their new assay, the investigators found that both the blood of mice deficient in a protein that inhibits calcification and the blood of CKD patients on dialysis had a reduced ability to inhibit calcification.
For cases performed for radiologic calcifications with no calcifications identified on histology, 36.
Coronary artery calcification is common in dialysis patients and has been linked to an elevated risk of cardiovascular events and mortality in patients on dialysis," said Paolo Raggi, M.
During the combined procedure, mammographic guidance is used to place the hook wire just anterior to the calcifications of interest, preferably using a cranio caudal approach.
There were 4 calcifications of different sizes, with regular margins associated with the mass.