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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : MD / medial degeneration

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Long Form:   medial degeneration
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2019 Sub-classification of non-inflammatory and inflammatory surgical aortic aneurysms and the association of histological characteristics with potential risk factors. AAA, ATS, TAA
2016 Marfan syndrome associated aortic disease in neonates and children: a clinical-morphologic review. cMFS, MEMA-I, MEMA-T, MFS, nMFS
2015 Non-infectious aortitis of the ascending aorta: a histological and clinical correlation of 71 cases including overlap with medial degeneration and atheroma--a challenge for the pathologist. ---
2014 Analysis of extracellular superoxide dismutase and Akt in ascending aortic aneurysm with tricuspid or bicuspid aortic valve. AsAA, SMC
2014 Can the TLR-4-mediated signaling pathway be "a key inflammatory promoter for sporadic TAA"? VR
2014 Identification of three particular morphological phenotypes in sporadic thoracic aortic aneurysm: phenotype III as sporadic thoracic aortic aneurysm biomarker in aged individuals. S-TAA
2010 Proteomic profiling of medial degeneration in human ascending aorta. ---
2010 [Meniscal degeneration score and NITEGE expression : immunohistochemical detection of NITEGE in advanced meniscal degeneration]. ---
2008 Involvement of the p38 MAPK-NF-kappaB signal transduction pathway and COX-2 in the pathobiology of meniscus degeneration in humans. ---
10  2004 Long-term outcome of meniscal degeneration in the knee: poor association between MRI and symptoms in 45 patients followed more than 4 years. ---
11  2002 Medial degeneration does not involve uniformly the whole ascending aorta: morphological, biochemical and clinical correlations. NC
12  2001 Asymmetric medial degeneration of the intrapericardial aorta in aortic valve disease. ---