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junctional

At the interface between two structures.
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Junctional or compound melanocytic lesions arising in sun-damaged skin (as indicated by the presence of dermal elastosis) should be regarded with care, particularly if the junctional component is prominent.
Long-level fusion is often required, which creates a concentration of stress at both ends of the instrumentation and may lead to junctional kyphosis, especially PJK, or PJF.
An excision biopsy of the hairy melanocytic nevus on the right lower back was done; the diagnosis proved to be a melanocytic junctional nevus.
Junctophilin (JP) can be further divided into subtypes, namely JP-1, 2, and 3, have been recognized in excitable cells and comprise a new family of junctional membrane complex proteins.
With the ECMO support about 6 hours, the heart rate decreased gradually to the range of 80-120 beats/min with accelerated junctional rhythm.
The junctional zone has been described as a crucial marker for the diagnosis of adenomyosis and delineating the invasiveness of malignant tumors (Hauth et al.; Wasnik et al.; He et al.).
Importantly, the presence of neurons influences the potentiation of gap junctional and antioxidant signaling mechanisms in astrocytes.
In this case, we present an example of a patient with phenytoin cardiotoxicity resulting in junctional bradycardia.
She did have intermittent asymptomatic junctional bradycardia which was monitored.
A 12-lead electrocardiograph (ECG) was obtained and showed junctional bradycardia with a rate of 39 [Figure 2].
An electrocardiogram (ECG) revealed accelerated junctional rhythm at a rate of 53 beats/min.