cytopathy


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cytopathy

(ˌsaɪˈtɒpəθɪ)
n
(Medicine) a disease or disorder of a cell
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Through these viral variants, we attempted to provide insights into whether the underlying mechanisms of FH favour host massive immune attack, viral-induced cytopathy due to intracellular virion/capsid accumulation, or both.
Wong, "Novel Homoplasmic Mutation in the Mitochondrial tRNATyr Gene Associated with Atypical Mitochondrial Cytopathy Presenting with Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis," American Journal of Medical Genetics, vol.
In patients with SD having Bell's palsy, mitochondrial cytopathy may develop with ATP synthesis impairment.
Staphylococcal entero-toxins G and I induce enterocolitis by a combination of direct enterocyte cytopathy mediated by epidermal cell differentiation inhibitor toxins (disrupting the epithelial barrier) and enterotoxin superantigen-induced mucosal T-cell activation (8).
The current study presents the case of a 7-year-old child who developed ES, an autoimmune multilineage cytopathy, which is characterized by autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AIHA) and immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) [7].
Because of the high prevalence of ASD, it would be expected that a proportion of patients with an inherited mitochondrial cytopathy also carry a diagnosis of autism [7].
Systematic review of cardiac electrical disease in Kearns-Sayre syndrome and mitochondrial cytopathy. Int J Cardiol 2015;181:303-10.
Familiar histologic features of polyoma viral cytopathy include epithelial intranuclear inclusions with a glassy to granular texture and basophilic to pale staining, occasionally with a halo, but without cytoplasmic inclusions (Figure 4, B).
Growth retardation may occur in approximately 30%-60% of patients with mitochondrial cytopathy, cystinosis, and galactosemia (2).
There was no evidence of neoplasia, viral cytopathy, granulomata or vasoformative proliferation.
We present the case of a 58-year-old man admitted in the Cardiology Department of Erasme Hospital of Brussels, for an Electrophysiology study asked by his General practitioner in the context of a past medical history evident for a mitochondrial cytopathy and subsequent to arrhythmic symptomatology, revealed as unconfortable palpitations, and to disclosure of Holter bursts of supraventricular tachycardia.
Lipoic (thioctic) acid increases brain energy availability and skeletal muscle performance as shown by in vivo 31P-MRS in a patient with mitochondrial cytopathy. J Neurol.