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neovascularisation

Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of neovascularization.

Etymologies

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neo- +‎ vascularisation

Examples

  • I can non longer wear contact lenses the way I used to neovascularisation anyone?

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  • These cells are known to be involved in physiological processes such as vascular re-endothelialisation and post-ischaemic neovascularisation.www. clinica.co.uk

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  • GS-101 effective in inhibiting and regressing corneal neovascularisation

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  • Phase II result reveals effectiveness of GS-101 eye drops at inhibiting corneal neovascularisation

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  • We are interested in recruiting an ambitious, enthusiastic person to investigate the role of bone marrow, tissue, and cord blood-derived stem and progenitor cells to improve neovascularisation in ischemic diseases.

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  • Thus the suppression of Inhibition of negative feed-back loops leading to profound and long term activation of signals often lead to a dysregulation of neovascularisation since the overshooting response is inducing immature vessels.

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  • Cao R, Hedlund E-M, Wang Z, Zhao X, et al. (2007) Angiogenic factors FGF2 and PDGF-BB synergistically promote murine tumor neovascularisation and metastasis.

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  • Though the surgery itself is usually successful, the patient's eyesight may deteriorate as a result of neovascularisation, where tissues in the eye produce too many new blood vessels around the new cornea, leading to blurred vision.

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