dysplastic


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dys·plas·tic

(dis-plas'tik),
Pertaining to or marked by dysplasia.

dys·plas·tic

(dis-plas'tik)
Pertaining to or marked by dysplasia.

dysplastic

emanating from or pertaining to abnormality of development.
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Computer tomography (CT) is a complementary study in evaluating hip dysplasia when dysplastic signs have been recognized on plain films and surgical correction is anticipated.
Comparison of peripheral blood morphology features HIV-negative (%) HIV-positive (%) Normal 43 8 Features of infection 44 50 Dysplastic features 0 42 Not done 13 0 Fig.
These abnormalities are frequently conserved between nondysplastic and dysplastic epithelium, and between dysplasia and cancer.
Dysplastic nevus--a risk factor of developing skin melanoma clinical and epidemiological study with retrospective review of I iterature.
Decrease of colonic dysplastic lesions induced by 1,2-dimetylhydrazine in butyric acid supplemented rats
A widened interpediculate distance was noted with evidence of thinned and dysplastic pedicles.
They have organized the text according to major categories of disease: trauma, infection, tumors and tumor-like conditions, metabolic diseases, endocrine disorders, dysplastic diseases, and arthritis.
Katie was born with a relatively rare condition known as multicystic dysplastic kidney, meaning the organ has no function.
The majority of a federal advisory panel agreed that the data on a recombinant bivalent human papillomavirus vaccine indicate that the vaccine is safe and effective in preventing cervical cancer and certain precancerous or dysplastic lesions caused by HPV types 16 and 18 in girls and women aged 10-25 years.
A greater understanding of the genetic changes seen in the dysplastic cells has led to new drugs that alter DNA expression in these abnormal cells.
Most spots are not dysplastic, but those that are can be easily removed, preventing the danger of turning into oral cancer.