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Synonyms for tears

the process of shedding tears (usually accompanied by sobs or other inarticulate sounds)

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These are both reliable tests for assessing full thickness tears, with an accuracy of 98% and 91% respectively.
A Schirmer tear test will be done to see if your cat is truly producing the appropriate amount of tears.
Presence of intrameniscal high signal reaching upto the articular surface was considered as tear, whereas those signal intensities not reaching articular surface were not labelled as tears.
Also, the lower eyelid sagging away from the eye, eyelids that roll inwards, inflammation of the edges of the eyelids, blocked or narrowed tear ducts, eye irritation, an eye infection or an allergy, can cause watering.
Aqueous tears are produced by the lacrimal glands (main and accessory).
The purpose of this study is to assess the learning curve in using ultrasound to detect rotator cuff tears for a single sports medicine fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon.
These include SLAP tears, anterior tears, posterior tears and Bankart tears.
Comenius University experts analysed 54 tear samples and identified 300 different proteins in tears which are also found elsewhere in the body.
Partial-thickness rotator cuff tears (PTRCTs) have the potential to cause significant pain and disability in affected patients.
Please note: The product you are using to eliminate the tears staining may contain an antibiotic.
The functions of tears are lubrication, nutrition of the cornea, flushing debris from the corneal surface, and providing antibacterial action.
Just as your entire knee joint can succumb to the effects of osteoarthritis (OAJ, so your menisci deteriorate with age, increasing your risk of degenerative tears.
Rappaz, Drezet, and Gremaud gave a quantitative description of conditions that can cause nucleation of hot tears, usually called RDG criterion.
Unfortunately, some tears progress during non-surgical management, resulting in treatment that is more difficult (Andarawis-Puri et al.