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Synonyms for ablative

the case indicating the agent in passive sentences or the instrument or manner or place of the action described by the verb

relating to the ablative case

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tending to ablate

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The Fraxel re:pair laser system was recently granted the industry's only FDA 510(K) clearance for a fractional ablative device for the treatment of wrinkles, rhytides, furrows, fine lines, textural irregularities, pigmented lesions and vascular dyschromia, joining the prior clearance for skin resurfacing.
The Fraxel re:pair laser removes and eliminates aged and damaged skin without the prolonged downtime and adverse reactions associated with traditional bulk ablative resurfacing lasers (also known as bulk CO2 or bulk erbium YAG lasers).
Traditional laser resurfacing is a technique that is commonly accomplished via ablative devices such as conventional carbon dioxide laser, that provides the greatest improvement with a single treatment, but significant adverse effects limit its use and patient downtime can be extensive [12].
In 1956 he left Cornell to head up the Avco Everett Research Laboratory where he led development of the ablative materials for the final Mark 4 design as well as for the Minuteman Mark 5 and Mark 11 reentry vehicles.
Adding a little ablative material is called shooting the can "wet" and greatly increases a sound suppressor's efficiency.
James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough is one of only 17 centres in England to begin treating patients with stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR), following national investment totalling PS15m from NHS England.
NHS England at first refused to pay for more to have stereotactic ablative radiotherapy that kills tumours without the need for long hospital stays.
The Halo is the first of its kind to deliver both ablative and non-ablative wavelengths of laser energy simultaneously to targeted areas of the skin.
assistant professor in the WVU Department of Radiology Oncology, is leading the study, which involves stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR) a new and increasingly utilized radiation therapy used to treat early-stage non-small cell lung cancer and isolated recurrent non-small cell lung cancer.
Urine and blood samples were taken before (week 0) and at 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 weeks after the ablative surgery.
6] These same concerns over renal and cardiovascular morbidity have led to the development of ablative procedures that can be done percutaneously to further minimize operative risk.
It has been cryptically written (each chapter has only 2 pages) and highlights only the key issues relating to diagnostic and surgical techniques of a wide range of both ablative and reconstructive surgical procedures.
Laser and light devices used to treat hyperpigmentation include Q-switched lasers, intense pulsed light, ablative and fractional lasers treatments, and combination laser/light therapy.
The protective coatings being donated for the restoration project by Sherwin-Williams include SeaGuard 5000HS Epoxy, a high-performance, low-VOC, high solids, anti-corrosive epoxy coating that will cover the ship's entire hull; SeaVoyage Ablative Antifoulant, a solvent-based, copper-and tin-free ablative coating that deters soft and hard fouling; and Proline 4800, a linear polyurethane finish coat to match the red color that is standard on U.