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Adj.1.nonsegmental - having a body that is not divided into segmentsnonsegmental - having a body that is not divided into segments; "unsegmented worms"
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Correlation of serum thyroid hormones autoantibodies with self-reported exposure to thyroid disruptors in a group of nonsegmental vitiligo patients.
On the basis of classification no significance association was found for segmental and nonsegmental vitiligo patients and controls for VDR polymorphisms however for unclassified/undetermined patients TT genotype for rs731236 was again significantly high in controls.
Teulings and colleagues from the department of dermatology and the Netherlands Institute for Pigment Disorders at the University of Amsterdam presented a retrospective analysis of seven patients diagnosed with MAL from 2009-2014, who had been initially diagnosed with nonsegmental vitiligo.
in 2003 and they mentioned that nonsegmental vitiligo (NSV) occurs due to "melanocytorrhagy" or a chronic melanocyte detachment and loss caused by trauma and other stressors including catecholamines, ROS, or autoimmune elements [15].
Diabetic and immunocompromised patients had high prevalence of nonsegmental distribution (30%) and multiple small cavities within any given lesion (44%).
Otoimmunite ile iliskili olgular siklikla kadin ve nonsegmental, jeneralize vitiligo ile birliktelik gostermektedir (11).
1991) "A nonsegmental approach to the teaching of pronunciation".
The efficacy of pimecrolimus 1% cream combined with microdermabrasion in the treatment of nonsegmental childhood vitiligo: a randomized placebo-controlled study.
however, sipunculans show a different, nonsegmental formation mode that cannot be explained by the existence of a posterior growth zone.
Similarly, the phonological level, which is as yet not well developed within FG, responds to the need for a separate level of patterning at which the segmental and nonsegmental aspects of the sound systems of language can be described.
21) Even when CT is nonspecific, peribronchovascular and central abnormalities are much more amenable to specific TBB diagnosis than is peripheral or nonsegmental disease.