tissue reaction


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tissue reaction

The response of living tissues to altered conditions or types of restorative materials, metals or cements.
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These results coincide with those of Morse, who showed a severe inflammatory reaction after placing Xilopercha in connective tissue, suggesting that Xilopercha increases the reaction in the subcutaneous tissue over time; the tissue reaction to Xilopercha over 6 hrs showed a milder inflammatory reaction than at 48 hrs after injection into the subcutaneous tissue (Morse et al., 1984a,b).
Adverse tissue reactions to bioabsorbable fixation devices.
Patients with SPFX-induced photosensitivity should be treated as early as possible, preferably within 2 weeks of onset, to prevent lichenoid tissue reaction (14).
Tissue reaction to systemic medications may or may not be predictable (Table 1) [19], but this review deals only with the clinical aspects and the pathogenesis of immunologically mediated adverse oral mucosal reactions to systemic medications.
Erfe said in an interview, adding that there was no tissue reaction on the 25 other wounds.
Tissue reaction to a triantibiotic paste used for endodontic tissue self-regeneration of nonvital immature permanent teeth.
Ethibond suture has characteristics of both the lowest inflammatory tissue reaction and relatively high tension strength among nonabsorbable suture materials.
Findings were consistent with lichenoid tissue reaction and thus raised concern for lichenoid GVHD (grade 2) versus lichenoid drug eruption.
Both the local tissue reaction of the 15-year-old girl and our 66-year-old female patient were successfully treated with combined topical steroid and antibiotic treatment after mechanical extraction of the tick.
Histologic evaluation of the tissue reaction to five suture materials in the body wall of rock doves (Columba livia).
In two cases, particular etiologic diagnosis was not possible and labeled as fungal granuloma based on granuloma formation, histological tissue reaction, and poorly made out fungal elements [Table 2].
In the present case, injury on oesophageal wall due to dog bite at neck region and further local tissue reaction might have caused formation of fistulous tract connecting wound on skin.