ischesis

ischesis

 [is-ke´sis]
suppression of a discharge.

is·che·sis

(is-kē'sis),
Suppression of any discharge, especially of a normal one.
[G. ischō, to hold back]

ischesis

(ĭs-kē′sĭs)
Suppression of a discharge, esp. a normal one.
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Histomorphologically, the human BPH tissues showed hyperplasia of epithelial and stromal tissues, which were characterized by hyperplasia nodules, high cylindrical epithelial cells, irregular and dilation of acini with villous projections, back-to-back interacinar space, and ischesis (Figure 1A) [1].
sup][6],[7] However, stent implantation can result in complications such as stent migration, hyperplasia of granulation tissue, formation of ulcerative tissue around the stent, and ischesis in the stent,[sup][4] which can sometimes require emergency interventional bronchoscopic therapy.
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