panniculitis


Also found in: Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to panniculitis: mesenteric panniculitis
Translations
Panniculitis

pan·nic·u·li·tis

n. paniculitis, infl. del panículo grasoso.
References in periodicals archive ?
Released from damaged hepatocytes Ferritin receptor down-regulation Hypertriglyceridaemia Liver infiltration by histiocytes Decreased levels of lipoprotein lipase Hypofibrinogenaemia Liver infiltration Hepatomegaly/ Organ infiltration by activated histiocytes splenomegaly Cutaneous Histiocytic and lymphocytic infiltration manifestations (commonly panniculitis and/ or purpura) Pathology Differential diagnosis Cytopenia/s Bone marrow hypoplasia/ failure Bone marrow infiltration (malignant, infective) Drug-induced myelotoxicity (e.
Connective tissue hamartoma, morphea and panniculitis were considered as clinical differential diagnosis.
A skin biopsy specimen showed mycobacterial panniculitis.
The Z allele is also suspected in patients with Wegener granulomatosis and panniculitis.
They also suggest testing asymptomatic persons with identifiable risk factors who show persistent obstruction on pulmonary function testing, persons with unexplained liver disease, adults with necrotizing panniculitis, and siblings of AAT-deficient persons (Am.
Histopathological studies in patients with SC nodules secondary to treatment with a formulation consisting of apomorphine and sodium metabisulphite have recently demonstrated panniculitis in the absence of skin patch test response to either component in the formulation, suggesting that the skin response to apomorphine causes a delayed type-I hypersensitivity reaction.
6 out of these 12 patients had associated findings like appendicitis, mesenteric panniculitis, and adnexal cyst.
Percentage of {gamma}{delta} T cells in panniculitis by paraffin immunohistochemical analysis.
Histopathology showed perineural and periadnexal foamy macrophages with numerous bacilli (diagnostic of LL), in the subcutis, a mild lobular panniculitis with a large subcutaneous vessel infiltrated by macrophages in the wall (typical of LPh) and vessels of the superficial and mid dermis occluded by thrombi but without signs of vasculitis (typical of occlusive vasculopathy as in APS).
Post-steroid panniculitis (PSP) is a rare skin condition charac-terized by inflammation of the subcutaneous fat occurring pre-dominately in children treated with high doses of systemic corti-costeroids after rapid withdrawal from systemic corticosteroids.