trophism


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trophism

the nourishment of the tissues. — trophic, adj.
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9] CT scan/ MRI in patients with suspected hernias can confirm the diagnosis adding information on parietal defect size, hernial content and muscular trophism.
116-118) For this and other not entirely understood reasons, BK polyomavirus infection has trophism for transplanted kidneys, and polyomavirus nephropathy has been called the most important infections complication affecting kidney transplant recipients.
The mitochondrial calcium uniporter controls skeletal muscle trophism in vivo," Cell Reports, vol.
These changes result from the direct effects of thyroid hormones on the skin trophism and perfusion.
2009, Effects of local vibrations on skeletal muscle trophism in elderly people: mechanical, cellular, and molecular events.
Our results indicate that nasal irrigations with thermal water had a good effect on endoscopic objective signs, nasal resistances and epithelial trophism.