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  1. Pannus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Pannus is an abnormal layer of fibrovascular tissue or granulation tissue. Common sites for pannus formation include over the cornea, over a joint surface (as seen in ...

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  1. Odontoid Pannus ( Rheumatoid Pannus, Odontoid Synovial Cyst)

    Find out more about odontoid pannus (rheumatoid pannus, odontoid synovial cyst) treatment options on UPMC.com's neurosurgery site.

    www.upmc.com › … › Brain › Conditions › Brain Tumors › pages
  1. pannus - University of Prince Edward Island

    related terms: chronic superficial keratitis (CSK), German shepherd pannus, Uberreiter's syndrome. What is pannus? Pannus, or chronic superficial keratitis, is a ...

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  1. Panniculus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Panniculus is a medical term describing a dense layer of fatty tissue growth, consisting of subcutaneous fat in the lower abdominal area. It can be a result of ...

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  1. Abdominoplasty for massive pannus - Panniculectomy

    Abdominoplasty for massive pannus (panniculectomy, tummy tuck, abdominoplasty, abdominal wall surgery and stomach sculpture by Dr Bermant)

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  1. Pannus (Chronic Superficial Keratitis) - Page 1

    Pannus, also referred to as chronic superficial keratitis, is a chronic inflammation of the cornea and sometimes the third eyelid of both eyes.

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  1. Pannus in Dogs - Dog Health Guide

    Pannus in dogs guide. Read about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of canine pannus including a picture of an eye with pannus.

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  1. A Closer Look at Pannus | Greyhound Articles Online

    Pannus is most common among German Shepherds and not common in Greyhounds.* However, if you suspect pannus in your Greyhound, draw your veterinarian’s attention …

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  1. FUPA1bbb ? Pannus ? Panniculus ? What? - Article by Cathy Enns

    The medical term is “panniculus.” It’s derived from the word “pannus,” which refers to a flap, or apron, of hanging tissue. Unwanted tissue can grow over ...

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  1. Brain Tumor Types and Conditions We Treat | UPMC ...

    Read more about the different types of brain tumors treated at UPMC, a world leader in neurosurgery.

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