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dys·plas·tic

(dis-plas'tik),
Pertaining to or marked by dysplasia.
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dys·plas·tic

(dis-plas'tik)
Pertaining to or marked by dysplasia.
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[gamma]-H2AX Is Increased in Chronic Liver Diseases and Dysplastic Nodules.
Additionally, based on the histopathological features of the lesions, cases were divided into "dysplastic" (without distinction as to the severity of each dysplasia) and "non-dysplastic" (Figures 1 and 2).
Decrease of colonic dysplastic lesions induced by 1,2-dimetylhydrazine in butyric acid supplemented rats
In most cases with multicystic dysplastic kidney, no functional parenchyma is present.
* Misdiagnosis of a melanoma as dysplastic or spitz nevus.
GSK has proposed that Cervarix be licensed for prevention of cervical cancer (squamous cell cancer and adenocarcinoma, and protection against precancerous or dysplastic lesions and persistent/incident infections), caused by HPV types 16 and 18, in girls and women aged 10-25 years.
The radiographs detected platyspondyly, thoracolumbar scoliosis, dysplastic femoral epiphysis and metaphysis, mild acetabular dysplasia, and dysplastic radial epiphysis and radial and ulnar metaphysis.
Routine skin exams are essential for patients with a history of dysplastic nevi as these patients are at risk for developing melanoma.
VAIN represents dysplastic changes to the epithelium of the vaginal mucosa, and like cervical neoplasia, the extent of disease is characterized as levels I, II, or III dependent upon the depth of involvement in the epithelial layer by dysplastic cells.
The researchers found that there was high agreement among reviewers in 80 percent of quadrants, of which 69 percent were rated as dysplastic. Regions of interest in quadrants rated as dysplastic contained a higher number of epithelial glands (12.7 versus 1.2) with atypical architecture (54 versus 1) versus quadrants rated as non-dysplastic.
The same applies to myelodysplasia in which there are a lot of misleading characteristics that may pinpoint to a dysplastic syndrome, but in fact is not a true myelodysplastic syndrome.
The basic postulate for biomechanical development of the dysplastic trochlea is the Delpech law, according to which the cartilage of diarthrodial joints transfers decreased pressure and the neighbouring growth cartilage is in reverse proportional hyperactivity.