destructive lesion


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destructive lesion

A pathological change such as an infection, tumor, or injury that causes the death of tissue or an organ.
See also: lesion
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Caption: Figure 1: (a) Axial CT chest without contrast and soft tissue views demonstrating the destructive lesion involving the 7-8th ribs.
A case of levamisole-induced vasculitis and cocaine-induced midline destructive lesion: a case report.
The cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) revealed a large destructive lesion of the left mandible involving the body of the mandible and condylar processes (Fig.
Case 3 was different in that the lesion was diagnosed post-eruptively and the tooth involved had presented with a large destructive lesion, similar to that reported by Rankow and co-workers [Rankow et al., 1986].
Angiocentric T-cell lymphoma presenting as midface destructive lesion: Case report and literature review.
CT 3D reconstruction image showed destructive lesion in 33-37 region.
The presence of any two of these findings constitutes the diagnosis of CIMDL, cocaine-induced midline destructive lesion. (9,10) Similar changes are more recently described in cases of oxycodone inhalation.
Pathologic examination showed a destructive lesion involving bone and soft tissues with both granulomatous and necrotizing suppurative components.
Conventional radiographs and magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated a destructive lesion of the head of the fibula with an intact superior tibiofibular joint and an abscess surrounding the destroyed bone.
However, the usual radiographic appearance of this cancer begins with a destructive lesion in the bone, which later can result in formation of a soft tissue mass.
Radiographic imaging demonstrated a destructive lesion of the left mastoid and skull base, and she was referred to our institution for further management.
The chest X-ray was normal and CT scan of the neck showed a contrast enhancing destructive lesion involving both surfaces of epiglottis and false cords.