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- adj. of, or relating to hyperplasia
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to hyperplasia.
- adj. Tending to excess of formative action.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or exhibiting hyperplasia : as, a hyperplastic tonsil.
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This process is termed hyperplastic arteriolosclerosis .
To meet future challenges, a new composite "hyperplastic" material capable of absorbing enormous amounts of kinetic energy is the new frontier for armor.
The leptin deficiency post weight loss/maintenance is related to the former obese individual having hypotrophic (small) fat cells that are hyperplastic (numerous).
These have important implications in this era of hyperplastic medical guidelines, pay for performance, quality measures which pretend to measure the unmeasurable and the cookbookization of primary care medicine.
The vast majority of them are hyperplastic polyps, non-cancerous.
_ This is a general hyperplastic condition of the lymphatic structures in the body, and is seen in enlargement of tonsils, thymus, spleen, as well as of Peyer's patches and mesenteric glands.
A chronic, progressive, hyperplastic-degeneration exists in some cases and the subjects are in time rendered unserviceable because of the burden of getting about encumbered by the affected extremity.
There remains some hyperplastic tissue and even where the enlargement is slight, the prominent situation of the affection precludes its being unnoticed.
A suppurating cartilaginous quittor, complicated by the presence of a large amount of hyperplastic tissue, cannot be successfully represented to be an acute and recently developed affection, where a trained practitioner is left to judge the validity of the statement.
Born without sight because of a disease called persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous,
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