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Differences between IDU and NIDU groups were examined using chi-square tests for categorical variables and t-tests or Wilcoxon rank-sum tests for continuous variables, depending upon whether the data were normally distributed.
adhere to intravascular catheters, providing a potential nidus for infection, a previous study showed that C.
If the foreign body is present for a long time, it may act as a nidus for infection and may also calcify.
Other tubes had been placed over the years, and we speculate that the retained tube had served as a nidus for the subsequent episodes of otitis.
The penetrating foreign body created a nidus of infection with what appeared histologically to be an acute recrudesence.
1) Characteristic radiological findings that suggest malignancy are periosteal new bone formation and soft-tissue extensions, while small radiolucent nidus are often seen in benign tumors, all of which are absent in the case presented.
A computed tomography (CT) scan revealed a nidus located posteriorly at the S2 vertebra of the neighboring sacroiliac joint (Figure 2).
Cerebral arteriovenous malformations (AVM) are abnormal labyrinths of vessels comprising one or more arteries that drain directly into one or more veins via a nidus without an intervening capillary bed.
As a result of more than 20 years of monitoring the distribution of ixodid ticks and nidus of tick-borne encephalitis in St.
Eskiden killarin temizlenmesi icin elektrokoter kullanilmis, fakat basarisinin dusuk olusu yaninda bolgenin rekurrent uriner enfeksiyonlar icin odak, tas formasyonu icin nidus olmasi gibi problemleri beraberinde getirmistir.