bursal


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bur·sal

(ber'săl),
Relating to a bursa.

bursal

adjective Pertaining to a bursa or bursae.

bur·sal

(bŭr'săl)
Relating to a bursa.
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"Bursal reactions" in rotator cuff tearing, the impingement syndrome, and calcifying tendinitis.
Rotator cuff muscles were inspected for any obvious tear on the bursal surface.
- 94 percent of patients experienced complete healing or considerable reduction in defect size; consistent partial to complete fill-in of the original bursal, intrasubstance and articular partial-thickness tear defects were observed as early as three months postoperatively, with sustained efficacy through 12 months.
Hitchner, "Infectivity of infectious bursal disease virus for embryonating eggs," Poultry Science, vol.
Physical examination is typically notable for fever, peribursal cellulitis, bursal warmth, and tenderness [1, 2].
The exact occurrence rate of bursal formation associated with OC is unknown, but Unni and Inwards [1] stated that an overlying bursa was significant enough to be described in 1.3% of their cases treated surgically.
The MSKUS features included the type of tendon involvement, type of tear (partial or complete), width of the tendon, existence of bursal fluid, existence of biceps tendon fluid, and any calcifications.
In addition, PI3K-Akt pathway had secondary enriched genes and it had demonstrated that it might be mediate the direct anti-apoptotic activity of chicken bursal B cell cultures [49].
(2001) used propolis of four different origins (Egypt, Austria, France and Germany) to prove the antiviral activity of propolis on Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (IBDV) and Avian Reovirus (ARV).
Kuhn et al described two types of bursal tissue scattered around the scapula, two major and four minor bursae.