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0% of the 1159 patients originally enrolled in the registry and underwent stent implantation for the treatment of ULMCA disease in the absence of cardiogenic shock during the study period.
Follow-up contrast-enhanced CT of the abdomen was performed 1-week after the fiducial marker implantation to evaluate the fiducial marker migration and delayed complication.
After a repeat implantation procedure, 36% of the women developed one adverse event, 19% developed two, and 8% developed three or more adverse events.
3) Integrins: These are a group of 'cell-adhesion' peptide molecules which are accepted as the markers of the receptivity of the endometrium for implantation and normal fertility.
Nitrogen ion implantation results in an extraordinary increase in surface hardness, to the equivalent of as much as 80 to 90 HRC.
Ion implantation involves the bombardment of materials with ions of a given atomic element traveling at very high speed.
From this review, it is clear that although complications associated with cochlear implantation have been catalogued numerically, there is a paucity of detailed reports describing them clinically.
Federal Food and Drug Administration has recommended taking high-dosage pills as a "morning-after pill" since they can prevent implantation.
In normal, healthy women, Lessey says, beta-3 appears on the endometrial epithelium "like clockwork" on the 19th to the 20th day of the menstrual cycle, corresponding to the body's preparation for implantation and pregnancy.
Bacteria are introduced primarily at the time of device implantation or in the immediate post-operative period.
Using a technique called ion implantation to embed metal ions in glassy and crystalline substrates, a group of scientists led by Richard E Haglund Jr.

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