nosotropic

no·so·trop·ic

(no'sō-trop'ik),
Therapy directed against the pathologic changes or symptoms of a disease.
[noso- + G. tropē, a turning]

no·so·trop·ic

(nōzō-trōpik)
Therapy directed against pathologic changes or symptoms of a disease.
[G. nosos, disease + tropē, a turning]
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For the purpose of the possible nosotropic links of the missed abortion detection there was studied the subpopulation lymphocytes profile of high risk pregnant women in terms of the pathology progression during the first trimester of pregnancy.
Taking the general cells activation regulating mechanism into consideration one might assume that functional reduction and probable death of cytotrophoblast is provided by the high cytotoxic activity of natural killers, that is one of the missed abortion nosotropic links.