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Mesenteric Lymph Node Cavitation And Hyposplenism

What Is Mesenteric Lymph Node Cavitation And Hyposplenism? Mesenteric lymph node cavitation and hyposplenism combination is a rare lymphatic entity. It is characterized by involution (degeneration) of a mesenteric lymph node (abdominal) and absence of functional spleen tissue. Q: What ...

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Abscess Formation Causing Lung Cavities

What Is Abscess Formation Causing Lung Cavities? Abscess formation and subsequent lung cavities that develop from necrosis (death) of affected lung tissue constitute severe life-threatening respiratory disease  of the lung. Q: What is the difference between lung abscess and lung ...

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Lungs Cavities or Abcess: definition

Lung disease characterized by localized pus formation in the lung resulting from necrosis (death) of lung tissue with surrounding inflammation is the commonest cause of death in persons with celiac disease. Click for full description.

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Hyposplenism: definition

The condition of having lost spleen tissue, called atrophy of the spleen.

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