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Verb(1) become impregnated with calcium salts(2) become inflexible and unchanging(3) turn into lime; become calcified(4) convert into lime
(1) A characteristic histologie pattern called zouation7 has been described in calcifying aponeurotic fibroma, where calcific areas are surrounded by hyalinized collagenous foci, which in turn are palisaded by plump fibroblasts.(2) Her chest x-ray showed 2 nodules, one in the lower left lung that was calcified , and a second one in the left upper lung that was noncalcified.(3) An AP view of the glenohumeral joint may show calcific tendonitis of the cuff and superior migration of the humeral head, which should prompt further imaging studies if the clinician suspects a tear.(4) Radiographically, the regular dichotomous branching arrays are initially subpleural, and the calcific density, when appreciated, is usually interpreted as pulmonary fibrosis, bronchiectasis, or both.(5) A laser beam that has a very shallow penetration depth and will perforate calcified plaque is the excimer laser.(6) Radiographs, if obtained, may show calcific deposits in the subacromial space or at the insertion of the supraspinatus tendon to the greater tuberosity.(7) Subsequently, an abdominal CT scan revealed a distinct mass in the head of the pancreas of heterogeneous intensity with associated calcifications .(8) A computed tomographic scan showed a large complex mass with fatty densities, calcifications , and intermixed solid and cystic areas extending from the pelvis to the epigastric region.(9) It is characterized by squamous epithelial cells, calcifications , and eosinophilic deposits that have been identified as amyloid.(10) Histology revealed that the Achilles tendon of all patients showed fibrocartilaginous or calcifying degeneration close to the area of calcific tendinopathy.(11) By any measure, decapods are underrepresented in the fossil record by comparison with organisms with more heavily calcified exoskeletons.(12) Microscopy of the MAC revealed amorphous basophilic calcific debris intimately associated with clusters of grampositive cocci, consistent with Staphylococcus infection.(13) The well-defined zone of tendon, fibrocartilage, calcified cartilage, and bone had not been re-established.(14) Typically punctate and linear calcifications are seen in the articular and hyaline cartilage, most commonly recognized in the menisci of the knee and triangular fibrocartilage of the wrist.(15) They are made up predominantly of ectodermal components (hair, calcifications , sebaceous material) and have a large cystic component.(16) A self-limited character of the underlying disease is possible in patients with calcific tendinitis of the shoulder.
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