pannus


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pannus

(ˈpænəs)
n
(Veterinary Science) an inflammatory fleshy lesion on the surface of the eye
[C15: from Latin, literally cloth]
Translations

pan·nus

n. L. pannus, paño, membrana de tejido granulado que cubre una superficie normal.
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Depending on the severity of LSCD, thick fibrovascular pannus formation, chronic keratitis, scarring, and calcification may occur.
sup][38] Pannus formation is the basic pathogenesis of RA and can be figured out by the detection of vascularization.
Estas se observan como pequenos puntos blancos o amarillos, que una vez resueltos dejan depresiones patognomonicas conocidas como pozos de Hebert y, en algunas ocasiones, pannus corneal (7,29,35).
In contrast to other acute phase reactants, the majority of PTX-3 synthesis is extrahepatic and in that study the main source of PTX-3 was the synovial pannus.
11] Bir saat suren sabah tutuklugu, destruktif poliartrit ve MRG ile omuzda tespit edilen pannus formasyonu varligi, olgumuzda oncelikle RA tanisini dusundurse de RA tedavisine ragmen artritin kontrol altina alinamamasi, ileri yasta, ani baslayan, asimetrik oligoartikuler tutulum ve RF, anti CCP antikor negatifligi paraneoplastik artritlerin genel ozellikleriyle uyumluydu.
Inclusion criteria being large cobblestone papillae, Horner-Trantas dots with any of these [active shield ulcer, macroerosion, limbal stem cell deficiency with conjunctivisation, coarse punctate epithelial keratitis (PEK), conjunctival granuloma, limbal pannus indicating severe annular limbal inflammation] [4].
An analysis of the UV transmission for cloud types and cloud fraction made over two years by Kuchinke and Nunez (1999) has shown the median attenuation of biologically effective UV approaches 70% under overcast conditions for an SZA range of 35[degrees]-59[degrees], reaching up to 84% attenuation during periods of total cover by rain-bearing pannus cloud.
reported that FDG accumulation reflects the characteristic changes of pathological progression, such as pannus formation and bone destruction.
2] The spinal cord compression caused by the subluxation at the craniocervical junction may lead to the formation of periodontoid pannus, compromising the anteroposterior diameter of the spinal canal and causing neurological deficits.
2% each), pannus (4%), hypopyon, descemetocele, uveitis (2.
The same obesity causing this abundant adipose pannus may be implicated in the anatomy of the difficult airway.
Histologicamente se encuentra osteolisis, condrolisis y sinovits con pannus.