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matting

A term of art referring to the enlargement and cohesion of lymph nodes, which is classically palpated on physical exam in a patient with chronic inflammation (e.g., tuberculosis, histoplasmosis and sarcoidosis), but also in nodal involvement by metastatic cancer.
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With Army-provided data on the existing and previous matting and expert guidance, we narrowed our design options to a few promising solutions.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization has approved Temp Trail matting for military installations.
Industrial safety matting includes products designed to reduce slipping on wet or oily surfaces and anti-fatigue mats specifically developed to reduce fatigue from prolonged standing.
For more than 60 years, Crown Mats and Matting has been a pioneer in the development and manufacture of matting products.
All of Cintas' hospitality mats are certified 'High Traction' by the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) to help reduce slips, trips and falls and meet the unique matting challenges within every area of a hotel," said Todd McKeown, Vice President of Hospitality, Cintas.
The cost-effective matting program provides retailers with two options that can be combined to meet the changing needs of any retail facility:
com will feature natural coir doormats, recycled and natural rubber mats, and other eco-friendly matting products.