pathologic calcification

path·o·log·ic cal·ci·fi·ca·tion

calcification occurring in excretory or secretory passages as calculi, and in tissues other than bone and teeth.

path·o·log·ic cal·ci·fi·ca·tion

(path'ŏ-loj'ik kal'si-fi-kā'shŭn)
Calcification occurring in excretory or secretory passages as calculi, and in tissues other than bone and teeth.
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Cutting-edge research points to the central role of two key nutrients to ensure optimal calcification of your bones while preventing pathologic calcification of your arteries: vitamins D and K.
Kidney stones are associated with pathologic calcification, the process in which organs and blood vessels become clogged with calcium deposits that can damage major organs like the heart and kidneys.
Increased serum phosphate concentrations and increases in the calcium x phosphate ion product induce mineralization and are a risk factor for pathologic calcification (34).
To determine the link between MRP6 and the pathologic calcification in PXE, we investigated the production of fetuin-A in PXE patients.
Maniscalco, co-chair of Nanobac, stated, "We believe that CNPs play a major role in pathologic calcification and a multitude of associated disease states such as calcification of arteries and organs.
Nanobacteria are associated with pathologic calcification in a variety of degenerative diseases including atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) and coronary heart disease.
OTCBB:NNBP) ("Nanobac" or "the Company") announced today that it signed an agreement with Calgenex granting Nanobac an option to assess Calgenex' drug delivery technology for potential use with Nanobac's drug combinations used in treating atherosclerosis, prostatitis, and other pathologic calcification diseases.
Maniscalco, co-chair of Nanobac, stated: "We believed that CNPs play a major role in pathologic calcification and a multitude of associated disease states such as calcification of arteries and organs.