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An unusual case of dystrophic calcinosis that occurred following trauma is presented. Calcinosis cutis is the deposition of calcium phosphate into the skin. It is classified as dystrophic if calcium and phosphorous levels are normal and tissue damage is present, idiopathic if calcium and phosphorous levels are normal and no tissue damage is present, or(More)
BACKGROUND During pregnancy, mechanisms that allow for regulation of continuous fetal and placental vasculogenesis with prevention of maternal neo-vascularization remain elusive. The vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) biological system has a key role during vasculogenesis. The aims of this study were to validate a bioassay for soluble vascular(More)
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