The incision included the nipple areolar
complexes and the skin flaps were raised in a manner similar to a standard mastectomy.
A1: The space was filled with areolar
connective tissue (thick arrow) in deep parts that is along side with severe hypermia (slim arrow).
Local temperature was measured with myocardial probe (DeRoyal REF 81-030418) around the RA areolar
tissue and esophageal with general purposeful probe (DeRoyal, REF 81-020709).
The edges of the incision are grasped using Allis clamps, and lateral dissection is performed between the vaginal mucosa and enterocele sac until loose areolar
tissue is noted.
Embedded in areolar
tissue the thoracic dorsal rami accompanied by arteries and veins passes over the dorsal aspect of the multifidus muscle covered by fibres of semispinalis (Chua & Bogduk 1995).
Flowers develop from the areolar
meristems in pricklypear, which can produce either a flower or a cladode (Bowers 1996).
It includes not only tendons and ligaments, but also areolar
tissue which connects other tissues and organs, adipose tissue which provides insulation, support and a reserve food supply, and cartilage which is found in many places in the body but most notably in articular structures such as vertebral disks.
The second patient showed skin enhancement and rapid abnormal enhancement in the nipple areolar
complex with two 0.
Mammography was done with the provisional diagnosis of malignancy and it showed large ill defined heterodense opacity in retro areolar
region of left breast with no evidence of microcalcification hence suggestive of likely malignant etiology.
It was already known that the number of areolar
glands often increases during pregnancy, and that they sometimes leak small amounts of liquid.
which is theso-called areolar
linear differential equation [9, pp.
The ureter is surrounded by a layer of loose areolar
tissue; this layer is entered by using a blunt dissector to dissect parallel to the ureter.