To keep foot-rot and hoof overgrowth
at bay, farmers should regularly inspect the hooves of their goats and trim those that show overgrowth
Brooks and Lehman believed that neurofibromatosis of periosteal nerves is the main cause of rapid localized overgrowth
The presence or absence of sarcomatous overgrowth
is an important prognostic factor and should be assessed in all tumors.
It has also been proposed that susceptibility or resistance to pharmacologically induced gingival overgrowth
may be governed by the existence of differential proportions of fibroblast subsets in each individual which exhibit a fibrogenic response to these medications.
Finally, continuous fermentation of host nutrition by repeated exposure to daily meals perpetuates bacterial overgrowth
and IBS symptoms, creating a vicious cycle (Figure 2).
Interestingly, however, high gestational weight gain has not been related to an increased risk of fetal overgrowth
or macrosomia in many Continued on following page obese women.
Radiographic diagnosis is based on the overgrowth
of these fibroadipose and osseous tissue elements, with inherently normal muscularity, ligaments, and tendons.
Ingestion of acidophilus bacteria can reduce yeast overgrowth
and aids the synthesis of the B-vitamins niacin, pantothenic acid, pyridoxine, biotin and folic acid.
(GO) is very often associated with the use of cyclosporine A (CsA) .
is an undesirable and well recognized side-effect of oral, intramuscular, or intravenous use of various drugs, including phenytoin, phenobarbital, valproate, nifedipine, verapamil and cyclosporine (Beveridge et al.
1) Gingival overgrowth
may decrease the efficacy of plaque control since enlarged gingival tissue often results in a periodontal pocket coronal to the cemento-enamel junction.
This emerging avian disease, which has been termed avian keratin disorder, results in gross overgrowth
of the rhamphotheca, the outer, keratinized layer of the beak.