atrophia


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atrophia

(əˈtrəʊfɪə)
n
another name for atrophy
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Pachydermodactyly and atrophia maculosa varioliformis cutis.
Alio qui atrophia fere idem,nutrimenti cessatio, ex timore aut nimia auiditate existens, das abnes men/abfallen vom leib...
The diagnoses were as follows: six patients had chronic glomerulonephritis, six had nephroangiosclerosis, four had chronic renal insufficiency, three had uric acid nephropathies, three had Good-Pasture syndrome, two had renal calculosis, two had vesicoureteral reflux, one had hypertension, one had atrophia renis segmentalis, one had lupus nephritis, one had endemic nephropathy, one had chronic pyelonephritis, one had renal tuberculosis, and one had renal vasculitis.
In 1952 this condition was described for the first time by Schwartz while examining five women from Kenya and termed it as 'atrophia idiopathica mucosa oris'which was later re-designated as 'Oral Sub Mucous Fibrosis' in 1953.1,2 Males are affected more as compare to females as they are more prone to chewing tobacco and their exposure to such things is greater.
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.
Gonadal atrophia caused by disseminated neoplasia in Mytilus chilensis cultured in the Beagle Channel, Argentina.