chondritis


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chondritis

(kɒndˈraɪtɪs)
n
a swelling and tenderness of cartilage
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Chondritis

chon·dri·tis

n. condritis, infl. de un cartílago.
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The most frequent complications are wound infection, hematoma, chondritis, malposition of the ear and recurrence of the abnormality (12-15).
sup][40] The other major postirradiation complications including hypopigmentation, delayed wound healing, chronic swelling, chondritis, dermatitis, and skin ulceration were believed to be infrequent.
There were histopathologic diagnoses of airway chondritis that were giving symptoms only through LT S in all of our cases.
However, he fulfilled the modified McAdam's criteria for RP [4, 5], which required more than one of six symptoms plus histological confirmation or chondritis at two or more separate anatomic locations that is responsive to corticosteroids and/or dapsone.
40), the otorhinolaryngological findings were reported to include septum perforation, saddle nose, auricular chondritis, subglottic stenosis, coarse voice and stridor.
Failure of healing: Chronically infected tissue--granulations, osteitis, chondritis, devitalized tissue--myringitis, sequestra, avascular scar tissue.
Bilateral auricular chondritis Nonerosive inflammatory polyarthritis Nasal chondritis Ocular inflammation (conjunctivitis, scleritis, uveitis) Respiratory tract chondritis (laryngeal and tracheal cartilages) Vestibulocochlear dysfunction (hearing loss, tinnitus, and vertigo)
Larangeal chondritis | This condition is an acute obstructive disease of the upper respiratory tract, caused by a chronic pus producing lesion in the larynx.
aureus 2 Enteroccoccus faecalis 2 MR Pseudomonas aeruginosa 1 Pneumonia 4(3) Streptococcus pneumoniae 1 Negative cultures 3 Corneal Abscess 3 (2) MR-Pseudomonas aeruginosa 3 Chondritis 2 (1.
A 29-year-old African-American female initially presented during a pregnancy with scleritis, nasal and aural chondritis, inflammatory arthritis, and axonal neuropathy.
Relapsing polychondritis (RP) is a disease which progresses with inflammatory attacks on articular and non-articular cartilaginous tissue and is most commonly encountered as auricular chondritis.