myodegeneration

my·o·de·gen·er·a·tion

(mī'ō-dē-jen'ĕr-ā'shŭn),
Muscular degeneration.
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1983) report myodegeneration in discolored, flaccid sea scallops adductor muscle; however, other properties of the weak muscle problem, such as those of a biochemical origin, have not been investigated to date.
Focal myodegeneration was present within the skeletal pectoral musculature.
At higher doses, hepatic degeneration may be rapidly fatal before myodegeneration has time to develop (14,16,23,24).
Experimentally, high doses of the plant (10 g/kg body weight daily for 3 days) induce acute liver degeneration and death before myodegeneration has time to develop (11,13).
Apart from myalgia and muscular twitching, clinical signs of myodegeneration are not very pronounced in ill children.
Significant pectoral muscle lesions in treated pigeons by day included myodegeneration (P < .
6 (0-1) nonsuppurative Pectoral muscles Myodegeneration 0.
5%; the tags did not significantly affect growth, and myodegeneration and melanization in surrounding musculature tissue were also low (Shepherd unpubl.
High doses of the plant induce liver degeneration and death before myodegeneration has time to develop (19-21).
In most species liver and muscle enzymes are markedly raised and histopathology shows features of microscopic myodegeneration and moderate centrilobular necrosis and fatty degeneration in liver (19,20).