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Pigmented villonodular synovitis
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MRI (48 times)
TMJ (22 times)
GCTTS (18 times)
1976 [Pigmented villonodular synovitits of the hip: ultrastructure and aspects on scanning electron microscopy].
perivascular nerve stimulation
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AH (1 time)
COX (1 time)
NOS (1 time)
2011 Nanoparticle inhalation alters systemic arteriolar vasoreactivity through sympathetic and cyclooxygenase-mediated pathways.
pigmented synovitis
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CSF-1 (1 time)
GIST (1 time)
PET (1 time)
2013 Response to imatinib in villonodular pigmented synovitis (PVNS) resistant to nilotinib.
pigmented synovitis villonodularis
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--- 2004 Comparative analysis of cell populations involved in the proliferative and inflammatory processes in diffuse and localised pigmented villonodular synovitis.
Pigmented villo-nodular synovitis/tenosynovitis
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General Surgery
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--- 2007 Combined ulnar and carpal tunnel syndrome caused by pigmented villo-nodular tenosynovitis: a rare case.
pigmented villonodular disease of joints
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General Surgery
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--- 2011 Pigmented villonodular synovitis of joints.
pigmented villonodular synovitis of the knee
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TKR (1 time)
2011 Long-term results of surgical treatment of pigmented villonodular synovitis of the knee.
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PCTSP (1 time)
VNS (1 time)
2021 Precedence-Constrained Colored Traveling Salesman Problem: An Augmented Variable Neighborhood Search Approach.
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MSCs (1 time)
2015 Multi-lineage differentiation and angiogenesis potentials of pigmented villonodular synovitis derived mesenchymal stem cells--pathological implication.