trophism


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trophism

the nourishment of the tissues. — trophic, adj.
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It discusses odorous compounds, substrates involved in the growth of bacteria in sewer systems and treatment processes, bacterial diversity and trophism in sewer systems, fermentative bacteria, sulfur, sulfide, hydrogen sulfide corrosion, and odor control measures.
With the help of hardware rehabilitation, motor functions are fully restored and metabolic processes are activated, general and local hemodynamics are improved, tissue trophism is enhanced, a general tonic effect is achieved.
[9] CT scan/ MRI in patients with suspected hernias can confirm the diagnosis adding information on parietal defect size, hernial content and muscular trophism. [10-16] Complications of lumbar hernias include incarceration, bowel obstruction, strangulation and volvulus.
In our patient, we performed THA because she had an excellent femoral bone stock, osteoarthritis of the hip, good muscular trophism, and a low risk of postoperative joint dislocation.
These properties have a positive effect on the state of intraosseous microcirculation, therefore indirectly improving the trophism of bone tissue, including positively affecting osteoregeneration.
Once hypercalcemia was treated, a neck ultrasound revealed the presence of a nonhomogeneous tumefaction involving the left inferior parathyroid gland, while the other glands were normal in size and trophism. This finding ruled out the presence of primary parathyroid hyperplasia.
In addition, obesity alters the content of intramuscular fat and deregulates the expression of several proteins related to angiogenesis and trophism [7-9].
Our data provide new and intriguing evidence on the potential advantages of convective strategies, showing that the use of HDF, through the modulation of myokine levels, might also promote a state of better muscle trophism, as previously only hypothesized [21].
(116-118) For this and other not entirely understood reasons, BK polyomavirus infection has trophism for transplanted kidneys, and polyomavirus nephropathy has been called the most important infections complication affecting kidney transplant recipients.