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e·ro·sive

(ē-rō'siv),
1. Having the property of eroding or wearing away.
2. An eroding agent.

e·ro·sive

(ē-rō'siv)
1. Having the property of eroding or wearing away.
2. An eroding agent.

erosive

(ē-rō′sĭv)
1. Able to produce erosion.
2. An agent that erodes tissues or structures.
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The Prevalence of Erosive Esophagitis Is Not Significantly Increased in a Healthy Korean Population - Could It Be Explained?: A Multi-center Prospective Study.
It is not known if routine radiographic screening of patients with polyfibromatosis would reveal more silent erosive disease than is currently reported.
The objective of this study was to characterize the erosive rainfall based on the temporal distribution pattern in the Valley of Rio do Peixe in the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil.
% Age Erosive lichen planus 1 8.3 4 50.0 Reticular lichen planus 9 75.0 1 12.5 Reticular with erosive component 2 16.7 3 37.5 Total 12 100 8 100 Chi-square = 7.917; P-value = 0.019 * * Statistically Significant Association (P-value < 0.05) Table 2.
The HUMOR (Humira for Erosive Hand Osteoarthritis) trial was a single-center, crossover study that included 43 patients who met American College of Rheumatology criteria for hand OA, with pain scores greater than 50 on a 100-point visual analog scale, morning stiffness lasting for more than 30 minutes, radiographic evidence of erosive hand OA, and an MRI showing synovitis in painful hand joints.
With reference to the types of Lichen Planus, 65 (76.5%) patients were affected by the reticular type (p < 0.001); 12 (14.1%) by the erosive type; six (7%) by the reticular/erosive type; one (1.2%) by the papular type (1.2%) and one (1.2%) by the bullous type (Figure 2).
All OLP patients (46 study and 46 control subjects) were divided into two subgroups based on the clinical nature of their lesions (erosive or non-erosive).
(iv) Group 4: intact enamel+Clinpro White varnish+ erosive cycles applied.
We describe a case showing identical crystals occurring within the horn-like crusts of a patient with erosive pustular dermatosis of the scalp (EPDS).
Since 1990, he has often hiked and photographed the sandstone bluffs and canyons created by the erosive force of melting glaciers, and the array of plant and animal life they support.
Quantitative analyses of tooth erosion, micro-hardness, surface-roughness, and surface-height showed that all beverages exhibited positive erosive effect on the tooth enamel surface (pless than 0.005).