plasia

-plasia

suffix, Latin, growth, formation
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He also was born with optic nerve hypo plasia, a condition that prevented the back of his retinas and his optic nerves from becoming fully developed.
Adenomatous hyper- plasia expressed less Hyal-1 than did squamous metaplasia (P=0.004), squamous cell carcinoma (P<0.01) or adenocarci- noma (P<0.01).
When contacted Assistant Civil Surgeon Dr Naina Plasia confirmed that the hospital has received Vinod Kumar's complaint and an internal inquiry has been ordered.
The Key Words and Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) Used to Identify Peer-reviewed Articles in the Databases Medline and Embase From January 1, 1990-July 15, 2012 Medline Embase [Papillomavirus infections OR [Vagina smear OR papilloma cervical intraepithelial neo- virus OR papillomavirus infec- plasia OR uterine cervical tion OR wart virus OR papil- neoplasmas OR vaginal smears loma OR uterine cervix carci- OR papillomaviridae] noma OR uterine cervix carci- noma in situ] AND AND [Self care OR patient accepta- [Self evaluation OR patient nce of health care OR Self- participation OR patient com- sampl * or Self test *] pliance OR self care OR Self test * OR Self sampling OR Self sampl * OR Self sampling Human papillomavirus test] AND AND [HPV test *] [Cancer screening OR HPV Test *] Table 2.
Freire-Maia and Pinheiro described numerous varieties of ectodermal dys- plasia involving all possible Mendalian modes of inheritance 4.
Human papillomavirus and anal intraepithelial neo plasia. Curr Opin Infect Dis 2006; 19(1):62-6.
Dental findings in patients with ectodermal dys plasia. J Orofac Orthop 2006; 67: 347-355.
Effects of stinging nettle root extracts and their steroidal components on the Na+,K(+)-ATPase of the benign prostatic hyper plasia. Planta Med.
Es un trastorno en el desarrollo fisico oseo, ya que acondroplasia proviene del griego; a = sin; chondro = cartilago; plasia = crecimiento o desarrollo es decir, sin crecimiento normal del cartilago.
Otodental Dysplasia Otodental dysplasia plasia is an ectodermal dysplasia characterized by sensorineural deafness and large, bulbous teeth.