Infiltration


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infiltration

[‚in·fil′trā·shən]
(engineering)
Leakage of outdoor air into a building by natural forces, for example, by seepage through cracks or other openings.
(geology)
Deposition of mineral matter among the pores or grains of a rock by permeation of water carrying the matter in solution.
(hydrology)
Movement of water through the soil surface into the ground.
(metallurgy)
Filling the pores of a metal powder compact with metal having a lower melting point.
Movement of molten metal into the pores of a fiber or foam metal.

Infiltration

1. In stormwater management, entry of runoff into the soil. Also, air that leaks into a building through cracks, joints, or damaged areas in a building.
2. Collects and filters stormwater into an aquifer. See also: Water management systems

infiltration

1. The seepage or flow of air into a room or space through cracks around windows, under doors, etc.
2. In a concrete sewer pipe laid in soil, the volume of groundwater that enters the pipeline system.
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There was no statistically significant association between the likelihood of fatty infiltration discrepancy between sagittal and coronal images and AP tendon tear size or amount of tendon retraction (p = 0.5 to 0.9).
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Other techniques such as intra-osseous, periodontal ligament anaesthesia and buccal infiltration anaesthesia may be used to supplement or replace IANB2.
Many studies found that 4% articaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine was more effective than 2% lidocaine with 1:200,000 epinephrine in mandibular molar using buccal infiltration.2,10-12
Inferior alveolar nerve block which was seldom missed by dentists can be replaced by buccal infiltration with articaine which showed good results because of it bone penetration properties.
Ratio of administering TAP block as well as that of local infiltration of wound with Bupivacaine were explained to the patient and informed consent was obtained.
Table 1: Cytopenias in Patients with and Without Bone Marrow Neuroblastoma Infiltration.
Another prospective randomised control trial found prilocaine 2% infiltration into peri-tubal track to be effective in post-operative pain management.10
The 'resin infiltration technique' was introduced with the development of highly-flowable resin material 7.
In order to aesthetically manage these SEO, the treatment consisted on external bleaching followed by resin infiltration. The idea behind this approach is to, first of all, remove the stain then perform resin infiltration.
In the article by Altuntas et al., entitled "Re: Comment on: Comparison of Intraabdominal and Trocar Site Local Anaesthetic Infiltration on Postoperative Analgesia After Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy" that was published in the August 2017 issue of the Turkish Journal of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation, the page numbers of the first reference were not included.
FIVE terrorists have been gunned down as the Army foiled another infiltration bid in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir.