In theory, chronic foreign body reaction
with membrane formation can be avoided with "biodegradable" implants.
Evaluation of histopathological results Latency Group A Group B Inflammation 0 5 (100%) 5 (100%) + - - ++ - - +++ - - Foreign body reaction
No 5 (100%) 5 (100%) Yes - - Granulation tissue No 5 (100%) 5 (100%) Yes - - Perineural sheath and myelin structure Regular 5 (100%) 5 (100%) Irregular - - Axonal degeneration No 5 (100%) 5 (100%) Yes - - Latency Group C Group D Inflammation 0 4 (100%) 5 (100%) + - - ++ - - +++ - - Foreign body reaction
No 4 (100%) 5 (100%) Yes - - Granulation tissue No 4 (100%) 5 (100%) Yes - - Perineural sheath and myelin structure Regular 4 (100%) 5 (100%) Irregular - - Axonal degeneration No 4 (100%) 5 (100%) Yes - -
Apart from the absence of unfavorable outcomes such as foreign body reaction
, inflammation, necrosis, their ease of access and administration make these two materials preferable options.
Bornstein, "Mice that lack the angiogenesis inhibitor, thrombospondin 2, mount an altered foreign body reaction
characterized by increased vascularity," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Banff 97 scoring system was applied to classify the inflammatory changes and giant cell score was used to quantify the extent of foreign body reactions
after TACMs embolization .
The inflammatory response to the implant includes a component of acute and chronic inflammation and foreign body reaction
with the formation of granulation tissue.
[23.] Mortier J, Engelhardt M (2000) Foreign body reaction
in carbon fiber prosthesis implantation in the knee joint-case report and review of the literature.
Case report 736: Retained surgical sponge (gossypiboma) with a foreign body reaction
and remote and organizing hematoma.
Presenters from undergraduates to postgraduates spoke on an array of research topics, ranging from controlled drug release for pancreatic cancer patients to in vitro models of the foreign body reaction
It is derived from the latin word gossypium" (cotton) and the Swahili voice "boma" (place of concealment) (1) and makes reference to the cotton matrix and surrounding inflammatory foreign body reaction
or granuloma (2).
Cholesterol granuloma is a fibrogranulomatous lesion that develops secondary to a foreign body reaction
to cholesterol crystals and exhibits the accumulation of foreign body giant cells.
The cause of acne keloidalis nuchae may be associated with an acute pseudofolliculitis secondary to close-shaved curly hair reentering the skin; this leads to a foreign body reaction
to hair protein and subsequent fibrosis.