TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «PTERYGIAL»
The term «pterygial» is barely ever used and occupies the 206.843
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PTERYGIAL»
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Advances in Transforming Growth Factor beta Research and ...
According to the authors of recent research published in the journal Clinical and
Experimental Ophthalmology, “The aim of this study was to determine c-Myc
expression in pterygial tissue and in cultured fibroblasts and epithelial cells of ...
All five types of fibroblasts were grown to confluence in DMEM-10%FBS and
subjected to total RNA extraction and Northern hybridization with 32P-labeled
specific cDNA probes. pterygial specimens by immunohistochemical staining4".
Issues in Ophthalmology and Optometry Research and Practice: ...
According to news reporting originating in Odawara, Japan, by NewsRx
journalists, research stated, “To describe a technique for treating pterygium by
combining a subpterygial injection of bevacizumab followed by pterygial ligation.
Catenins: Advances in Research and Application: 2011 ...
Therefore, this study aimed to analyze the association of E-cadherin promoter
hypermethylation with protein inactivation in pterygial tissues. E-cadherin
methylation-status and the expression of E-cadherin and beta-catenin protein
Kungl. Svenska vetenskapsakademiens handlingar
Eoha, Eshu', abdominal and thoracic divisions of scapulo-coracoid, respectively;
c.abz,—c.abz,, medio-basal abdomino-zonal canals for abdominal pterygial
nerves Nos. 1-5 and for abdominal segmental arteries and veins Nos. l—5; the
Kungl. Svenska vetenskapsakademien, 1958
On the Pectoral Fin and Shoulder Girdle of the Arthrodires
6z1-c.n6zs, medio-basal abdomino-zonal canals for abdominal pterygial nerves
NOB. 1-5 and for abdominal segmental arteries and veins Nos. 1-5; the five
canals c.abzl-c.abzl lead down into the suprapterygial fossae /o.i/ml~/o.rfro5 on
Erik Andersson Stensiö, 1959
3. Metapterygium. 4. Meso-pterygium. 5. Pro-pterygium. 6. Pro-pterygial radial. 7.
Meso~pterygial radial. 8. Meta-pterygial radial. 9. Out~ line of the distal part of the
fin which is supported by horny fin-rays. girdle extends a considerable distance ...
A. E. Shipley, E. W. MacBride, 2014
The vertebrate skeleton
6. pro-pterygial radial. 7. meso-pterygial radial. 8. meta-pterygial radial. 9. outline
of the distal part of the fin which is supported by horny fin-rays. cartilaginous
skeleton are a series of long slender horny fibres, the fin-rays, which have been ...
Growth Factor Receptors—Advances in Research and ...
VEGF-C and VEGFR-3 expression in pterygial and conjunctival tissue proteins
was detected by Western blotting and were evaluated using
immunohistochemistry. The LVD was significantly higher in the pterygium than
normal conjunctiva (p ...
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1. a triangular patch, growth of hypertrophied bulbar subconjunctival
vascularized connective tissue extending from the inner canthus (corner of the
eyeball) to the border of the cornea or beyond, with the pterygial apex pointing
toward the ...
James L. Reynolds, MD, 2014