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made smaller or less by melting or erosion or vaporization

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The difference in AF burden at the individual measurement periods was not statistically significant, except during the final 24-month monitoring, when the burden in the ablated group ran significantly less than the rate in the drug-treated patients.
Examination of the microstructures of the conventional casting and ablated component revealed the presence of silicon carbide and graphite particles at cell or dendrite boundaries, which is evidence that both the particulate reinforcements were pushed by growing aluminum dendrites into the solute-rich final freezing zones.
In each aquarium, two females were ablated and two were not, establishing the following treatments: 1) Not ablated females, and 2) Unilaterally ablated females.
24-26) and many other researchers have created a mouse model in which Clara cells are selectively ablated with naphthalene, allowing the general role of Clara cells in pulmonary inflammation and fibrosis to be analyzed in vivo.
In each case, a biopsy sample was obtained with a cup forceps, and the entire lesion was ablated with a [CO.
While their research greatly strengthens the view that the SCN is at the top of the rhythm-determining system in mammals, researchers have yet to explain why certain rhythms--such as core body temperature cycles in rats--are not ablated even after SCN removal.
When these patients can be identified, however, they can be ablated readily--and the payoff is big.
Because ablation with the Cool-tip ablation system is minimally-invasive, the procedure can be repeated until the entire river tumor is ablated.
At 2 years, survival was 26% for the nonablated patients and 34% for the ablated patients, said Dr.