Dysplasia is a term used in pathology to refer to an abnormality in maturation of cells within a tissue. This generally consists of an expansion of immature cells, with a corresponding decrease in the number and location of mature cells.
The present study provided strong evidence that supported the hypothesis that hyperinsulinemia and glucose intolerance cause infertility in women.
About 13,200 men and another 2,300 women in the United States over age 50 are estimated to have VEXAS syndrome, according to a new study led by researchers at NYU Grossman School of Medicine.
Researchers reviewed the impact of the interactions between the respiratory microbiota and the immune system.
Epilepsy is present in 4% of the population, and is among the most common brain disorders in children. Modern medicine can prevent most seizure recurrences, but approximately 20% of patients do not respond to treatment.
Researchers presented the effects of simultaneous alcohol and cannabinoid (SAC) usage during gestation on fetal brain development.
A Japanese research group has become the first to reveal that the checkerboard-like arrangement of cells in the inner ear's organ of Corti is vital for hearing.
The deployment of an artificial intelligence (AI) based image analysis software for the diagnosis of hip dysplasia can save time and costs without compromising the reliability of the diagnosis.
UT Southwestern researchers have discovered a new form of progeria, a rare premature-aging syndrome, in a man from Malaysia and traced its cause to a novel gene mutation.
In this interview, NewsMedical speaks with Rainu Wau from International Maternal and Children’s Hospital, Shanghai, China, about her experience using whole exome sequencing and carrier screening tests.
One disease is more common in people assigned female at birth, while the other is more common in people assigned male at birth.
A new study in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine journal aimed to determine hospitalized and medically-attended RSV-associated respiratory infections in healthy infants across Europe.
All living cells harbor nuclei-;key biological structures that play an important role in information storage, retrieval, and duplication of genetic information.
The University of Houston is leading a team of cancer researchers and experts in stem cell cloning to identify the origin of two very lethal cancers of the stomach and esophagus - esophageal adenocarcinoma (EAC) and intestinal gastric cancer (iGC).
In a rare disease called mucolipidosis type II, people’s hearts and abdomens swell, and their bones grow malformed.
Steroid treatment before birth appears to improve survival and reduce complications among extremely preterm infants, according to a study funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Extremely premature infants still face daunting risks of sickness or death, even though advances in neonatal-perinatal care have improved infant survival at progressively lower gestational ages. Bronchopulmonary dysplasia -; a serious condition of undeveloped lungs -; is a leading morbidity in these tiny infants.
A new study shows that a brief treatment period could have the same anti-aging efficacy and duration of effect but without the potentially serious adverse effects of chronic administration.
An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm that can detect subtle brain abnormalities which cause epileptic seizures has been developed by a UCL-led team of international researchers.
Attending daycare in the first three years of life is linked with an increase in lung complications in children who were born prematurely and diagnosed with a form of chronic lung disease, according to new research led by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
One in two premature babies receives transfusions of red blood cells (RBC) due to anemia. There are no generally accepted clinical guidelines for the degree of anemia necessitating blood transfusions.