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myocardial infarction

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myocardial infarction

n
(Pathology) destruction of an area of heart muscle as the result of occlusion of a coronary artery. Compare coronary thrombosis
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heart′ attack`


n.
1. any sudden insufficiency of oxygen supply to the heart that results in heart muscle damage; myocardial infarction.
2. any sudden disruption of heart function.
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myocardial infarction

Commonly called heart attack, a condition in which obstruction of blood flowing to the heart muscle results in tissue death. It is most often caused by atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.myocardial infarction - destruction of heart tissue resulting from obstruction of the blood supply to the heart musclemyocardial infarction - destruction of heart tissue resulting from obstruction of the blood supply to the heart muscle
heart attack - a sudden severe instance of abnormal heart function
infarct, infarction - localized necrosis resulting from obstruction of the blood supply
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Translations
infarkt myokardu
szívinfarktus

myocardial infarction

n (Med) → Myokardinfarkt m
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my·o·car·di·al in·farc·tion

n. infarto cardíaco, necrosis de células del músculo cardíaco debido a un bloqueo del abastecimiento de sangre que lo irriga, condición usualmente conocida como ``ataque al corazón''.
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Neurogenic tumors seen in this region are neurofibroma, schwannoma, neurogenic nevus, granular cell myoblastoma, neurogenic sarcoma, malignant melanoma and neuroepithelioma.
Chandrasekaran and Pandurangan investigated the cytotoxicity of ZnO nanoparticles against cocultured C2C12 myoblastoma cancer cells and 3T3-L1 adipocytes, which showed that ZnO NPs could be more cytotoxic to C2C12 myoblastoma cancer cells than 3T3-L1 cells.
In the past, usually GCT was considered as granular cell myoblastoma, but immunohistochemistry confirmed Schwann cell as the most likely cell of origin for the tumor in recent years.
Granular cell tumor (GCT), also known as granular cell myoblastoma or Abrikossoff tumor, was initially reported by Abrikossoff in 1926 [1].
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[1] Benign laryngeal tumors include papillomas, hemangiomas, fibromas, chondromas, myxomas, neurofibromas, schwannomas, adenomas, granular cell myoblastoma, lipomas, paragangliomas, leiomyoma, and rhabdomyoma.
One case of benign granular cell myoblastoma of neck was diagnosed by FNAC as a soft tissue tumors and was later confirmed by histopathology.
In a previous study, we have found that tBHP-induced oxidative stress in mouse C2C12 myoblastoma cells at 0.3 mM after 1/2 h incubation time.
in 1952 [1], although several cases might have been previously reported under various entities of pathological diagnosis such as "malignant myoblastoma" and "malignant granular cell myoblastoma" [2].
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Granular Cell Myoblastoma: Clinicopathologic Study of Forty-Two Patients.
GCT is also known as Abrikossoff's tumor, granular cell nerve sheath tumor, (4) granular cell schwannoma, (9) and granular cell myoblastoma. (6,9) The classic location of this tumor is the tongue; (9) it has been seen, however, in innumerable other locations such as the skin, vulva, breast, larynx, bronchus, esophagus, and stomach.