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neu·rit·ic

(nū-rit'ik),
Relating to neuritis.

neu·rit·ic

(nūr-it'ik)
Relating to neuritis.
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In patients with pure neuritic leprosy, histological evidence has been found in extra neural tissues, as seen in samples taken from the nasal mucosa and hypoesthetic skin3.
* Most common spectrum is Borderline Tuberculoid-(66.2%) followed by Borderline Lepromatous--10.4%, Pure Neuritic Hansen's--8.5%, Lepromatous Leprosy-6.9%
Patients presenting only with nerve thickenings and impairment of sensations without skin lesions were diagnosed as having pure neuritic leprosy, and their diagnosis was confirmed by nerve biopsy employing the sural nerve.
This classification is almost similar to the Madrid classification, but maculoanesthetic and pure neuritic were kept as separate categories.
Since the discovery that the beta amyloid peptide (A[beta]) is the primary constituent of the fibrils found in the extraneuronal senile neuritic plaques in the brains of Alzheimer's patients, this peptide has played a central role in Alzheimer's research.
According to the results, neuritic plaques were detected in representative cortical regions, suggesting OCTA as a useful tool for three-dimensional imaging of retinal A[beta] accumulation [134, 135].
We believe this makes our findings in dolphins of both neuritic plaque and tangle pathology in dolphins all the more remarkable.
(6,7) These diagnostic guidelines provide 4 levels of "AD neuropathologic change," based on the ordinal scale ranking of 3 characteristic AD-associated neuropathologies: neuritic plaque densities, neurofibrillary tangle (NFT) anatomic distribution, and the distribution of parenchymal deposits of [beta]-amyloid peptides (A[beta]).
Soluble amyloid //-protein dimers isolated from Alzheimer cortex directly induce Tau hyperphosphorylation and neuritic degeneration, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
It includes tuberculoid (TT), borderline tuberculoid (BT), indeterminate (I) and pure neuritic (PN) forms, in which the skin smear is negative and/or the number of skin lesions is 1-5.