local lesion


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local lesion

A lesion of nervous system origin giving rise to local symptoms.
See also: lesion
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-/- CLL: chlrotic local lesion, NLL: necrotic local lesion, M: mosaic, W: wilt, L: latent, R: ring spot
BI: Blistering, CLL: Chlorotic local lesion; Ld: Leaf distortion; M: mosaic; NLL: Necrotic local lesions, NRLL: Necrotic red local lesions; Vc: Vein clearing, -: not infected.
The other that I have in mind is tetraethyl lead, which, as you know, could be dropped on the skin in small quantities, producing no local lesion; after a quick death no specific pathologic evidence of the tetraethyl lead would be present.
A rapid reduction in composite assessment of index lesion severity, or CAILS, scores, which measure local lesion responses, was observed in 91% of patients with available scores across all disease stages, with 41% exhibiting a 50% or greater decrease in CAILS scores.
In 16 cases, 13 cases underwent chemotherapy, of which 5 cases had local radiotherapy due to the progression of local lesion. The median OS of the 13 cases was 35 months; however, median OS of the other 3 cases was 8.8 months.
There was a fine tubular shadow in the local lesion, interlinking with cysts, which was suggestive of a first branchial cleft fistula with cysts.
On the other hand, in the local lesion of OLP, the dense subepithelial inflammatory infiltrate consists predominantly of CD4+Th cells.