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Synonyms for tissue

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Synonyms for tissue

an interwoven or interrelated number of things


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Synonyms for tissue

part of an organism consisting of an aggregate of cells having a similar structure and function

create a piece of cloth by interlacing strands of fabric, such as wool or cotton

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Thus, due to these morphological changes on bony tissue caused by maternal malnutrition during the lactation period associated with the fact that pathological (or fragility) fractures are among the most common types of lesions among osteoporotic and osteopenic patients, the study of maternal malnutrition during lactation period is essential (Court-Brown et al.; Babinski et al.).
Smooth muscle cell differentiation to bony tissue can be induced through different pathways.
Elastic modulus Poisson's References (GPa) ratio Tooth 22.0 0.31 Holberg et al., 2013 Microimplant 113.4 0.342 Alrbata et al., 2014 Bony tissue 2.4 0.3 Lian et al., 2010 Soft tissue 0.07 0.3 Lian et al., 2010
The pathogenesis of this condition is typified by fibrous or bony tissue replacement of the two articular surfaces, resulting in an inability to open the mouth.
Most patients have nonspecific constitutional symptoms, including chronic fevers, chills, weight loss, and night sweats.3 The infection is indolent, and uniquely spreads through soft and bony tissue planes.
The aetiology of neurogenic TOS is multifactorial, with bony tissue abnormalities and soft-tissue abnormalities described as definite contributors to the syndrome.
In a previous study by Nishimura et al., the ear canal was occluded with fibrotic tissue, not bony tissue [14].
However, the configuration of fracture and extent of damage to bony tissue can only be ruled out after radiographic examination.
--At two weeks post-surgery, there was a significant increase in all key outcome variables for bone growth favoring the group that received ESWT prior to being combined with a bioactive scaffold compared with the group that received only the scaffold, including: a 4-fold increase in bone tissue in the upper half of the scaffold underlying the periosteum (p=0.008), a 12-fold increase in bone tissue overlying the scaffold (p=0.005), and a 2-fold increase in callus (hard bony tissue) size (p=0.02).
Post operatively this tumor mass measuring 5 x 5 cm was excised in vitro and found to be filled with yellowish creamy material containing hair, sebum and bony tissue. Microscopically it was confirmed to be a cystic teratoma with no malignancy.
The removal of lower third molars is still the most common routine surgical procedure done by oral and maxillofacial surgeons (1) which is not risk free because it involves trauma to soft and bony tissue, resulting in pain, which has a significant effect on the patient's quality of life.
Bony tissue grew into both the bioplotted and hybrid scaffolds as a whole.
It is additional factor promote to the bony tissue growth in pours, with bone block formation "biopolymer composite bony tissue".
The incidence of VCF is highly correlated with a diagnosis of osteoporosis (abnormal loss of bony tissue resulting in fragile porous bones) and the vertebrae most commonly broken are those in the lower back.