pathomorphism

pathomorphism

 [path″o-mor´fizm]
abnormal morphology.

path·o·mor·phism

(path'ō-mōr'fizm),
Abnormal morphology.
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In pathomorphism, the expressions are senile plaques (SP), neurofibrillary tangles (NFT), cerebrovascular amyloid, dystrophic neuritis, and loss of synaptic connections.
Our objectives are to focus on an apparently increased duration of admissions and continued isolations procedures for patients with a recently detected pulmonary tuberculosis, in order to possibly contribute to understand the pathogenesis of this recent disease pathomorphism, and especially to look for possible epidemiological, clinical, microbiological, and radiological clues which may help predict a long-term evolution of lung tuberculosis, together with its concerns (i.e.
More specifically, the pathomorphism of PVL would induce insulitis to be one of pathogenesis of diabetes mellitus (Doukas et al., 1996).
Pathomorphism of colonic tissue, epithelial ultrastructure, DAO activity in serum, and the protein expression of ZO-1 and occludin was examined to investigate protective effect mechanisms of HXZQ on intestinal mucosa barrier and then present experimental support for its use for prevention and cure of PI-IBS.