dysplasia : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n abnormal development (of organs or cells) or an abnormal structure resulting from such growth
- German shepherds, for example, run an even higher risk of hip dysplasia than do golden retrievers.
- And they believe hip dysplasia, the crippling condition that afflicts Jake the golden retriever and his kin, may be the result of several defective genes working in concert -- not .
- In fact, Blue had hip dysplasia, a fairly common and sometimes crippling degenerative condition in dogs and cats.
News & Articles
- Pure-bred Dogs More Likely to Need Orthopedic Dog Beds? New Study Finds Not Necessarily
While all dogs can suffer from hip dysplasia, it was thought that pure breeds were more likely to suffer than mixed breeds. Now a recent study, involving over 90,000 dogs, found that mixed breeds are just as likely to be affected. (PRWeb June 13, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10824485.htm
June 13, 2013 - PRWeb
- World's Oldest Tumor Found In a Neanderthal Bone
First time accepted submitter minty3 writes "A fibrous dysplasia tumor has been found in the bone of a Neanderthal that is more than 120,000 years old. The world's oldest tumor in a Neanderthal rib was part of a collection of bones, which were excavated more than 100 years ago from a site in Krapina, Croatia. They were X-rayed in the 1980s, and initially didn't reveal the tumor. It was only when ...
June 7, 2013 - Slashdot
- 120,000-year-old tumor discovered in Neanderthal remains
Abnormal bone growth similar to modern-day fibrous dysplasias may give insight into the origins of cancer
June 6, 2013 - CBS News
- Halle Berry in Entertainment Tonight News
I've picked up a little over the years,Halle writes. "Sexy is not about wearing sexy clothes or shaking your booty until you : get hip dysplasia; it's about knowing that sexiness is a state of mind -- a comfortable state of being. It's...