cytopathy


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cy·top·a·thy

(sī-top'ă-thē),
Any disorder of a cell or anomaly of any of its constituents.
[cyto- + G. pathos, disease]

cy·top·a·thy

(sī-top'ă-thē)
Any disorder of a cell or anomaly of any of its constituents.
[cyto- + G. pathos, disease]
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Systematic review of cardiac electrical disease in Kearns-Sayre syndrome and mitochondrial cytopathy.
The treatment of manifestations is largely supportive, considered to minimize the functional consequences of the mitochondrial cytopathy, as investigations into potential therapies are still in their nascence (antiapoptotic agents and a variety of gene therapies).
Allopathically speaking, there are no acceptable criteria for establishing a diagnosis of mitochondrial cytopathy.
Our experiment clearly showed that 4-methoxycinnamaldehyde inhibited RSV-induced cytopathy.
None of the cases had evidence of endocrinopathy or mitochondrial cytopathy.
Mitochondrial cytopathy in adults: what we know so far.
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Doctors at Walton Neurological Centre in Liverpool insist Eileen, who has mitochondria cytopathy.
Eileen Doran, 31, is being treated at Walton Neurological Centre in Liverpool for the incurable brain disease mitochondria cytopathy.
Cytopathy, or cell-sickness, is the result of crucial nutrients being depleted from the body.
Her sister, Annalies, 13, also has mitochondrial cytopathy.