Schmorl

Schmorl

(shmōrl),
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
There's another condition called 'Schmorl's disease' or necrobacillosis, which can cause abscesses on the face, head and neck.
ROIs were drawn encompassing the largest region of the cancellous bone of vertebral bodies on central L3 axial image eliminating the vertebral cortex, schmorl's nodules or hemangiomas (Fig.
The cases were evaluated regarding the presence of disc pathologies: herniation, bulging, protrusion, and extrusion, sequestration, the degeneration of the disc and the endplate, the disc height loss, and the Schmorl nodes.
(iii) Vertebral changes comprising diffuse changes, or localized Schmorl's nodes and adjacent vertebral body marrow signal changes.
The Masson-Fontana silver and the Schmorl histochemical techniques for melanin pigments determination were also performed.
This pigment displayed staining properties of lipofuscin and melanin, with strong Schmorl positivity as well as strong autofluorescence [Figure 1]a.
Schmorl's nodes have also sometimes been attributed to DDD, but while these marks may relate to herniation of the nucleus pulposus, why and to what degree DDD contributes to these phenomena is unknown (Plomp et al.
In 1929, Schmorl reported his observation of "nodules" associated with the disc; he believed them to be a result of a prolapsed nucleus pulposus and associated with a degenerative or traumatized annulus fibrosus.
Ademas, en las vertebras toracicas bajas y lumbares se observo la presencia de nodulos de Schmorl, lipping y osteofitos.
The association between hyperbilirubinemia and encephalopathy was first described in 1847 by Hervieux; the term kernicterus was first used by Schmorl in 1903 to describe yellow staining of the basal ganglia [1].
The joints of his upper and lower limbs and hips show signs of osteoarthritis, and vertebrae had developed spondyloarthrosis, osteochondrosis in the cervical spine, and spondylosis and Schmorl's nodes in the lumbar region.