tissue response

tissue response

any reaction or change in living cellular tissue when it is acted on by disease, toxin, or other external stimulus. Some kinds of tissue responses are immune response, inflammation, and necrosis.
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1] It requires a balance between the number of microorganisms inoculated during trauma, their low virulence and the host's tissue response.
Thin scalloped biotypes are considered to be at risk as they have been associated with compromised soft tissue response following surgical or restorative treatment.
These enabled a deeper understanding of biological tissue response to implants and hence further studies about the use of alternative components within biological implants.
The most important element of this technology is usage of bipolar electro surgery which is based on generators of tissue response.
This research presented a solid conclusion that a tissue response in the form of foreign body or a hypersensitivity reaction might be one possible cause of a soft failure of cochlear.
Lung conditions such as chronic bronchitis and severe asthma reduce oxygenation and impaired peripheral tissue response to infection in the feet.
In previous studies, fibrous tissue reactions in soft tissue revealed that different types of ceramic materials without drugs or biologicals elicit a markedly different fibrous tissue response based on the composition of the fibrous tissue capsule [1-3, 5].
Of great interest is adverse local tissue response," said Robert M.
The images submitted for the current case (Figure 1 A, B, and C) illustrate the characteristic features of invasive Aspergillus as seen on H&E, GMS, and PAS, as well as the typical tissue response associated with the fungal infection.
Asher believes that vocal fold nodules and polyps are actually a tissue response to chronic and uncontrolled oxidative stress.
1) Direct pulp capping is performed to protect the pulp tissue from bacterial agents and induce a local tissue response, thereby maintaining its vitality.
GST and NQO1 are two ubiquitously released cytoprotective phase 2 enzymes induced by SF, and thus were used as biomarkers of tissue response to SF.