fibrocalcific


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fibrocalcific

 [fi″bro-kal-sif´ik]
pertaining to or characterized by partially calcified fibrous tissue.

fibrocalcific

(fī'brō-kal-sif'ik),
Pertaining to sharply defined linear and nodular opacities containing calcifications, seen on a chest radiographic image, usually a residual by-product from earlier granulomatous disease.

fibrocalcific

/fi·bro·cal·cif·ic/ (-kal-sif´ik) pertaining to or characterized by partially calcified fibrous tissue.

fi·bro·cal·ci·fic

(fī'brō-kal-sif'ik)
Pertaining to sharply defined linear and nodular opacities containing calcifications, seen on a chest radiographic image, usually due to earlier granulomatous disease.

fibrocalcific

pertaining to or characterized by partially calcified fibrous tissue.
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Spiral CT chest (Fig-2a, b, c) was performed with findings of multiple paratracheal, tracheobronchial, hilar, carinal and peribronchial calcified lesions of variable sizes, situated closely to bronchial lumen, suggestive of calcified lymphadenopathy associated with fibrocalcific lesions and parenchymal infiltrations with bronchiectasis changes in both upper and middle lobes with minimal left pleural effusion--features suggestive of Chronic pulmonary tuberculosis.
X-ray Chest revealed calcified lesions both in mediastinum and lung parenchyma and fibrocalcific lesions in lung fields, but failed to show the exact location of calcifications in relation to the bronchus.
Second, they document greater numbers of periadventitial infiltrating macrophages in clinical specimens of coronary atherosclerosis with large lipid cores than in fibrocalcific or nonatherosclerotic vessels.
The Diamondback 360x is designed to be well suited for removing calcific and fibrocalcific plaque in coronary lesions.
These could be in the form of volume loss, parenchymal scarring, fibronodular or fibrocalcific densities and compensatory hyperinflation.
In addition, macrophage density in the periadventitial fat of lipid-rich plaques is increased compared with fibrocalcific plaques.
We compared 32 arterial segments containing lipid cores (American Heart Association classification types IV and Va) against 24 arterial segments containing stable, fibrocalcific plaques (types Vb and Vc) positive for the KP-1 monoclonal antibody.
The Diamondback 360[deg] is designed to be well suited for removing calcific and fibrocalcific plaque in coronary lesions.
A complementary tool to stents and angioplasty, we expect our Diamondback 360x to play a significant role in this market by removing the calcified or fibrocalcific disease to increase the effectiveness of the other therapies.

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