Schmorl

Schmorl

(shmōrl),
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This pigment displayed staining properties of lipofuscin and melanin, with strong Schmorl positivity as well as strong autofluorescence [Figure 1]a.
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].
En las caras de estas vertebras se presentaron intervertebrales nodulos de Schmorl, formados generalmente cuando los discos cartilaginosos intervertebrales son destruidos en su etapa de formacion y con mas frecuencia durante la ninez cuando son sometidos a esfuerzos fisicos y el sujeto soporta cargas pesadas (Merbs, como se cito en Arias y Pool, 2003, p.
Neste sentido, podem ser citadas as analises de osteoartroses, espondilolises e nodulos de Schmorl, fraturas acidentais, propriedades geometricas das diafises de ossos longos e marcadores de estresse musculo-esqueletico (MEM).
Radyolojik bulgular: Scheuermann kifozunun radyolojik tani kriterleri sunlardir: (1) 45[degrees]yi asan torasik kifoz, (2) Egriligin tepesinde en azindan 3 komsu vertebrada 5[degrees]yi asan kamalasma, (3) Vertebralarda anormallikler (epifiz plaklarinda duzensizlik ve duzlesme, Schmorl nodlari, disk mesafesinde azalma, apikal bolgede korpus-larda anteroposterior elongasyon) (5).
The liver tissue was trimmed, processed conventionally, embedded in paraffin, sectioned at about 4 [micro]m, and stained with hematoxylin (aluminum-hematein) and eosin (H&E) and periodic acid-Schiff for routine diagnostics; Van Gieson and Masson Trichrome to detect fibrous tissue (collagen); Best's carmine to demonstrate glycogen storage; Sudan III to detect lipid (frozen tissue); and Perls' Prussian blue reaction and Schmorl technique for detecting hemosiderin and lipofuscin pigments, respectively (Bancroft and Stevens 1996; Lyon et al.
Asimismo, en comparacion con el periodo Arcaico, a contar del Formativo en los Valles Occidentales se advertiria una disminucion de las expresiones de treponematosis (Standen y Arriaza 2000), de nodulos de Schmorl (Henriquez y Arriaza 2013) y de la intensidad del desgaste oclusal (Alfonso et al.
Cogu vakada yaralanma oncesi bu bolgede bir Schmorl nodulu vardir.
The observation made more than a century ago by Schmorl (5) that trophoblastic cells could be detected in the lungs of patients who had succumbed to eclampsia may now provide a new diagnostic tool for the early detection of preeclampsia.
FREQUENCY AND DISTRIBUTION OF SCHMORL 'S NODES IN THE SPINE OF PREHISPANIC ARICA POPULATIONS: EVIDENCE OF WORK LOAD ON THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN?