atrophia


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atrophia

(əˈtrəʊfɪə)
n
another name for atrophy
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DL, also known as lipomelanotic reticulosis or Pautrier-Woringer disease, represents a rare form of benign lymphatic hyperplasia associated with most exfoliative or eczematoid inflammatory erythrodermas, including pemphigus, psoriasis, eczema, neurodermatitis, and atrophia senilis.
Zinsser, R Atrophia cutis reticularis cum pigmentatione dystrophia unguium et leukoplakia oris.
Gonadal atrophia caused by disseminated neoplasia in Mytilus chilensis cultured in the Beagle Channel, Argentina.
5B, the hemopoietic tissue in the model group were obviously atrophia, the number of blood sinus was a significant reduction, too.
17] Microbubbles are cavitated by ultrasound, leading to permeabilization of prostatic capillary or small vessels followed by inducing a serial of pathological alterations such as thrombosis, micro-circulation blockage, prostatic necrosis and atrophia.