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apposition

Biology growth in the thickness of a cell wall by the deposition of successive layers of material
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The classic objectives of healing in avian orthopedics are the same as those in mammalian orthopedics: 1) rigid fixation, 2) good alignment, 3) good apposition, 4) asepsis, and 5) early return to function.
Caption: Figure 2: Joint hypermobility: passive apposition of the thumb to forearm and passive dorsal hyperextension of the metacarpophalangeal joint >90[degrees] (Beighton score: questions 1 and 2).
The pressure side and tension side show bone resorption mediated by osteoclasts and bone apposition mediated by osteoblasts, respectively [1, 2].
Researchers found that the trilobite had an ancient precursor to the compound eye - "remnants of cellular systems, typical of a modern focal apposition eye, similar to those of a bee or dragonfly."
The perikymata are the externalizations of enamel incremental lines (striae of Retzius) (Simmer & Hu), which are nothing more than lines that show the constant apposition of the enamel during its secretion process (Fig.
This statistical method combined six independent parameters of progressive changes: degree of occlusal attrition, root transparency, secondary dentine apposition, gingival recession, number of layers of root cementum apposition, and degree of root resorption.
Nominal Apposition in Indo-European: Its Forms and Functions, and Its Evolution in Latin-Romance
CT scan showed good repositioning of the flap and edge to edge apposition at two weeks after operation.
Submucosal apposition is most important while considering intestinal anastomosis since it is recognized as strongest part of intestinal wall.
The presence of calcified coronary artery disease leads to suboptimal outcomes for all treatment options medical therapy, interventional treatment and cardiac surgery.1 For angioplasty with a stent, the presence of calcified lesions is associated with suboptimal lesion expansion, poor stent apposition and complications including dissection, distal embolization, coronary hypoperfusion and procedural failure.
Separate apposition 2 "Supply of fuel oil (mazut) for temporary heating plants Trucking." The amount of heating oil is 23,000 tons.
After implantation, the porous graft containment mesh is filled with bone graft to deploy the device in the anterior-posterior direction, which allows for a wide graft footprint, and in the superior-inferior direction to provide conforming apposition with the vertebral endplates.