overgrowth in English

excessive growth.
intestinal bacterial overgrowth

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1. Overgrowth is common in adolescents.

2. Fixed Overgrowth to work on units in fog.

3. Economic overgrowth will bring about a series of problems.

4. Red Birthmarks are caused by an overgrowth of blood vessels

5. In a Colloid thyroid nodule, the overgrowth may multiply

6. Angiomas are benign tumors that result from an overgrowth of capillaries

7. (1) Birthmarks are caused by an overgrowth of blood vessels, …

8. The timing of the development of quartz overgrowth cements is more variable.

9. These materials cause an overgrowth of algae and further deterioration, including oxygen depletion.

10. It has also been used to treat small intestinal bacterial overgrowth.

11. 14 The timing of the development of quartz overgrowth cements is more variable.

12. Bacterial overgrowth rats were prepared in the same way as described previously.

13. Tattooing can also lead to raised areas caused by an overgrowth of scar tissue (keloids).

14. This will reveal any overgrowth of the claws, which will have to be trimmed back.

15. Birthmarks are caused by overgrowth of blood vessels, melanocytes, smooth muscle, fat, fibroblasts, or keratinocytes.

16. At 9:00 a.m., she takes rifaximin, an antibiotic for bacterial overgrowth in the GI tract.

17. Greater trochanteric apophyseodesis in osteotomy procedure is one of the methods to prevent greater trochanteric overgrowth .

18. Abnormal fibrous tissue overgrowth has long been known to affect a number of widely separate organ systems.

19. Irrespective of the cause, Achlorhydria can result in complications such as bacterial overgrowth, intestinal metaplasia, and hip fracture

20. (1) Birthmarks are caused by an overgrowth of blood vessels, melanocytes, smooth muscle, fat, fibroblasts, or keratinocytes

21. Underwater wrecks are strewn along the coast and downed planes and tanks emerge from the jungle overgrowth.

22. What is Canker? The bacterium associated with Canker will cause an overgrowth of the horn or abnormal keratin production

23. 20 But neglected and uncontrolled the same earth very soon destroys cultivated land and human habitat with impenetrable overgrowth.

24. Further growth of continuous compound semiconductor thick films or wafer is achieved by epitaxial lateral overgrowth using HVPE.

25. The drift had become a tunnel of overgrowth that dripped water on to the roof of the van.

26. Angiomas are benign tumors that result from an overgrowth of capillaries. It is rare for children to develop these noncancerous lesions

27. Furthermore, the interpretation of the SeHCAT test may be influenced by the presence of bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine.

28. Candidate is an effective natural solution to help maintain healthy pH levels in the body to avoid the overgrowth of Candida

29. An elevated risk of WT is also observed in some overgrowth syndromes, various tumor predisposition syndromes, and specific constitutional aneuploidies.

30. This algae overgrowth is called a bloom, and though it may look harmless, Cyanobacteria can cause an acute, fatal condition of algal poisoning.

31. Due to symptoms of IBS similar to small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), more and more studies occur to investigate the relationship between them.

32. There is an overgrowth of cells that have “Apocrine” features, meaning that the gel-like substance that fills the cell (called cytoplasm) is grainy.

33. For example , researchers have shown that long-term use of phytoestrogens in postmenopausal women led to an overgrowth of the tissues lining the uterus ( endometrial hyperplasia ) which can be a precursor to cancer .

34. Birthmarks are caused by an overgrowth of blood vessels, muscle, or fat, as well as melanocytes (pigmented spots), fibroblasts, or keratinocytes (created from an excess of keratin, the protein that makes up skin).

35. A Cutaneous horn, also known as cornu cutaneum, refers to a specific appearance of a skin lesion in which a cone-shaped protuberance arises on the skin caused by overgrowth of the most superficial layer of skin (epidermis)

36. Cloves syndrome is a rare condition that is primarily characterized by congenital overgrowth of fatty tissue; malformations of the vascular system (the vessels that carry blood and lymph throughout the body); epidermal nevi; and spinal or skeletal abnormalities

37. Regarding the colon, a disturbance in the electromechanical characteristics was found in irritable bowel syndrome, bacterial overgrowth in the small bowel, chronic constipation, and idiopathic intestinal pseudo-obstruction, which is probably identical with the clinical picture of adynamic ileus.

38. The orange pigment dye called Acriflavine, also known as euflavine, gonacrine, neutroflavine, and trypaflavine, is also both an antiseptic and a protozoacide, meaning that it kills infections caused by the overgrowth of parasitic protozoans (single-celled organisms).

39. The definition of Anomalies are people or things that are abnormal or stray from the usual method or arrangement. Proteus Syndrome, skin overgrowth and unusual bone development, and Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome, the rapid appearance of aging in …

40. What is Cloves? Congenital Lipomatous Overgrowth, Vascular Malformations, Epidermal Nevis, Spinal/Skeletal Anomalies/Scoliosis (Cloves) syndrome is a very rare congenital (present at birth) disorder characterized by a combination of vascular (involving the blood vessels), skin, spinal and bone or joint abnormalities.

41. Albite, Albite (Var: Cleavelandite), Microcline Fillow Quarry, Branchville, Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA Unusual association of reddish fluorescing Albite overgrowth on pale blue fluorescing microcline (partly etched) resulting in a lavender color, on cleavelandite crystals (reddish-magenta fluorescence), shown under SW UV

42. So it was easy to keep it growing right through into January, although the food thing really does become an issue: How is one to maintain the illusion of being a rough-and-tumble bearded Backwoodser when the foam from his Holiday Spice latte is right there on his mustache, overhanging the quiche crumbs snagged on the chin overgrowth below?