phlegmonous


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Related to phlegmonous: phlegmonous gastritis

phleg·mon·ous

(fleg'mon-ŭs),
Denoting phlegmon.

phleg·mon·ous

(fleg'mŏn-ŭs)
Term denoting phlegmon.

phlegmonous

(flĕg′mŏn-ŭs)
Pert. to inflammation of subcutaneous tissues.

phlegmonous

pertaining to or emanating from phlegmon.
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In this paper we studied the effect on hemostasis of the third peptide fraction obtained from the gallbladder wall of patients who are sick with acute cholecystitis phlegmonous ([OFXG.
This gives us the argument that peptide layer (fractions) obtained from patients who are sick with acute phlegmonous DGP OX after LCE, in its molecular weight close to fibrinogen and fibrinogen camouflage decreases resulting its move to microthread fibrin.
Different cytokine profiles in patients with a history of gangrenous or phlegmonous appendicitis.
Emphysematous gastritis should also be differentiated from phlegmonous gastritis, which is characterized by inflammation of the gastric wall in the absence of intraluminal gas.
Phlegmonous gastritis of Bacillus aerogenes capsulatus (B welchii) origin.
44-46) CT findings include phlegmonous changes or an abscess in the right lower quadrant, secondary changes involving the terminal ileum and cecum, a break in the enhancement of the appendiceal wall, extraluminal gas or extraluminal appendicolith, and associated small-bowel obstruction or other findings consistent with peritonitis (Figures 6 and 7).
Two specific forms of otitis externa are (1) erysipelas in streptococcal infection and (2) swimmer s ear with phlegmonous inflammation and perichondritis.