fibroelastic

fibroelastic

 [fi″bro-e-las´tik]
both fibrous and elastic.

fi·bro·e·las·tic

(fī'brō-ē-las'tik),
Composed of collagen and elastic fibers.

fibroelastic

/fi·bro·elas·tic/ (-e-last´ik) both fibrous and elastic.

fibroelastic

adjective Referring to fibrous and elastic tissue.

fi·bro·e·las·tic

(fī'brō-ĕ-las'tik)
Composed of collagen and elastic fibers.

fibroelastic

composed of collagen and elastic fibres

fibroelastic

both fibrous and elastic.
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13,14] Various vascular changes such as atherosclerosis, arteriosclerotic lesions (including fibrous or fibroelastic intimal thickening), disruption of the internal elastic lamella and atheromatous plaques have also been reported in children with CKD.
Elastofibroma is an ill-defined fibroelastic tumor-like condition that affects the neck and upper shoulders.
Etiologic classification of degenerative mitral valve disease: Barlow's disease and fibroelastic deficiency.
It is always associated with juxta-epithelial inflammatory reaction followed by fibroelastic changes in the lamina propria, with epithelial atrophy leading to stiffness of the oral mucosa causing trismus and difficulty in eating".
Additionally, the presence of complete tracheal rings would prevent any stretch in the trachea, unlike in mammals where the fibroelastic membrane and trachealis muscle can elongate in response to stress, making an exact fit more critical in birds.
The wall of the larynx consists of mucosa, poorly defined submucosa and series of irregularly shaped cartilages connected by joints of fibroelastic membranes and a group of intrinsic skeletal muscles which act upon the cartilages.
In normal human arteries the amount of smooth muscle and fibroelastic tissue in the intima are a function of age67.
Accumulation of focal fibrinoid material and fibroelastic proliferation were detected in small arteries and arterioles of these patients [15].
Primary leaflet diseases are mitral prolapse and fibroelastic deficiency.
In addition, digital rectal examination may reveal an extremely enlarged prostate with a normal fibroelastic consistency.
3] Studies have demonstrated that BOO is associated with changes in detrusor structure caused by smooth muscle hypertrophy, fibroelastic hyperplasia, and collagen deposition in the bladder wall.
In addition to knowing the implant, the surgeon should prepare for the worst case scenario, including cement removal tools, high speed cutting tools, allograft humeral onlay grafts, cables or fibroelastic bands, and plates and long stem revision implants.