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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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The purpose of this study was to: 1) observe the in vitro effects of 10, 100, and 1000 nM concentrations of calcitriol on VSMC calcification in the presence of normal and high phosphate, 2) examine the surface morphology and protein expression of VSMCs given 100 nM calcitriol in the presence of normal and high phosphate, and 3) observe the in vitro effects of combinations of calcitriol, FGF-23, and soluble klotho on VSMC calcification in the presence of high phosphate.
The patient herein reported kidney dysfunction and high CRP, often related to secondary hyperparathyroidism with bone mobilisation of calcium and multiple arterial calcifications.
Vascular pathology of medial arterial calcifications in NT5E deficiency: Implications for the role of adenosine in pseudoxanthoma elasticum.
In the simple form, there are multiple small nodules 2-5 mm in diameter accompanied by calcification.
Along with the evaluation of dental and maxillofacial hard tissues, panoramic radiograph can be used to spot soft tissue calcifications including calcified carotid artery atheroma (13).
We present the contrast-enhanced CT findings of axillary tuberculous lymphadenitis characterized by unilateral multiple circumscribed well enhanced dense nodes around the vessels in the deep axilla, some of which had large and dotted calcifications.
Non-contrast head computed tomography (CT) showed large areas of bilateral calcification within the basal ganglia, cerebellum, and subcortical white matter (Figure 1).
Dystrophic calcifications less than 5 mm in diameter on the fingertips received a single injection.
A 39-year-old male presented with chest radiographic findings of bilateral upper lobe nodular opacities compatible with calcification (Figures 1).
Calcifications in the vessels usually occur in 2 sites: the intima and the media.
Of the participants, 35 had high coronary artery calcification scores.