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dog ear

redundancy at the end of a wound closure, caused either by repairing skin edges of unequal length or from the attempt to close a circular or lenticular defect as a straight line.
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In this book, released by Dog Ear Publishing, Green reminds these busy young people that brains alone won't get them where they need to go; they'll need to brush up on their "soft skills," such as presenting themselves in a professional manner, hone their problem-solving skills, and understand what's required in a leader.
After completion of the TOE RCR, marginal dog ear deformities were visualized at the anterior and posterior margins of the repair (Fig.
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Problem: Poor print definition with dog ears, especially on fine-pitch components.