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Definition of the noun caseation
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noun - plural: caseations
- [pathology] A necrotic degeneration of tissue to a cheese-like condition
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by Rakesh K. Gupta, Robert B. Lufkin
Tissue destruction leading to caseation is a particular feature of tuberculosis and is rarely found in other immunologic and nonimmunologic granulomas. Caseation is a cheeselike necrosis and is composed of necrosed tissue, inflammatory ...
Concise Oral Pathology (2017)
by K Manjunath
Caseation is a form of coagulation necrosis in which the tissue is converted into a cheesy mass consisting mainly of coagulation proteins, fats and water. • Liquefaction necrosis occurs when the proteolytic enzymes convert the tissue into ...
Textbook of Oral Medicine (2014)
by Anil Govindrao Ghom, Savita Anil (Lodam) Ghom
Caseation is a form of coagulation necrosis in which the tissue is converted into a cheesy mass consisting chiefly of coagulated proteins, ...
by Juraj Ivanyi, Tom H.M. Ottenhoff
Destructive caseation is an essential feature of post-primary disease and much has been made of the difference between apoptotic and necrotic cell death as the pathogenetic mechanism (1). HIV infection has shown that CD4+ T cells are ...
Black’s Medical Dictionary (2017)
by Harvey Marcovitch
Caseation. A process which takes place in the tissues in TUBERCULOSIS and some other chronic diseases. The central part of a diseased area, instead of changing into pus and so forming an ABSCESS, changes to a firm cheese-like mass ...
Concise Medical Dictionary (2015)
by Elizabeth Martin
caseation. n. the breakdown of diseased tissue into a dry cheeselike mass: a type of *necrosis associated with tubercular lesions. case. control. study. comparison of a group of people with a disease or condition and a control group of people ...
by Sunil Patel
Caryophyllaceae Caseation necrosis Caseous lesion Caspases Cassical complement pathway Casual carrier CAT CAT Catabolism Catabolite repression Plant family commonly known as the pinks because the flower petals have lagged ...
Pocket Medical Dictionary (1999)
by B. Jain Publishers Staff
Caseation, ka-ze-a'-shun. Transformation into a cheesy mass.
A Systematic Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Surgery by John Ashhurst
In a few of these cases, post-mortern appearances would seem to indicate that caseation of the contents of a former brain-abscess had taken place, and that recovery by partial or complete absorption was therefore possible. Such an ...
by Sir James Kingston Fowler
According to the view here adopted, phthisis is a local tuberculosis of the lungs accompanied by inflammatory changes, the resulting morbid products tending either to caseation and softening or to fibrosis. Initial Lesion.—The first effect of the ...
According to the view here adopted, phthisis is a local tuberculosis of the lungs accompanied by inflammatory changes, the resulting morbid products tending either to caseation and softening or to fibrosis. Initial Lesion. — The first effect of the ...
caseation/kā′sē·ā′′shən/ [L, caseus, cheese], a form of tissue necrosis in which the cellular outline is lost and the appearance is that of crumbly or liquefied cheese. It is typical of tuberculosis. −caseate, v.
caseation /kā′sē·ā′′shən/ [L, caseus, cheese], a form of tissue necrosis in which the cellular outline is lost and the appearance is that of crumbly or liquefied cheese. It is typical of tuberculosis. See also caseous.
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