spatulation

spatulation

 [spach″u-la´shun]
the combining of materials into a homogeneous mixture by continuously heaping them together and smoothing the mass out on a smooth surface with a spatula.

spat·u·la·tion

(spach'ŭ-lā'shŭn),
Manipulation of material with a spatula.

spat·u·la·tion

(spachyū-lāshŭn)
Manipulation of material with a spatula.

spatulation (spach´oolā´shən),

n the manipulation of material with a spatula to mix it into a homogeneous mass.

spatulation

the combining of materials into a homogeneous mixture by continuously heaping them together and smoothing the mass out on a smooth surface with a spatula.
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Setting time of different dental stones depends on factors such as water-powder ratio, time and speed of spatulation, temperature of water and environment, composition of water and powder, humidity of environment and the colloidal system.
Classical steps for pyeloplasty were then performed: spatulation of the ureter, introduction of a 6 Ch 26 cm double-J stent in an antegrade fashion down the ureter into the bladder (passed along a 0.
Wallace 2 technique ('head-totail anastomosis'): After spatulation, the distal ureteric margin is anastomosed to apex of spatulated contralateral ureter.
NY, USA) were taken with a pH meter at 1, 3, 5,15, and 30 min; 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 24, 48, and 72 h; and 4, 6, 7, 15, and 30 days after spatulation.
Impression materials can be mixed manually, via hand spatulation, or automatically, by using a hand--powered impression gun or an automated mixing machine (Figure 3, left).
This may require a ventral incision and spatulation of a neomeatus to allow for voiding and decrease the risk of meatal stenosis.
This flap is used for ureteral handling (a "no touch" technique) during pyeloplasty and also serves as a very reliable guide for lateral ureteral spatulation, preventing ureteral twisting and subsequent misalignment of the de novo ureteropelvic junction.
New York, NY, USA) with a pH meter at 3, 24, 72, and 168 h of spatulation.
Gentle spatulation of the resulting paste before adding diluent further aids in the dispersion process.
Composite pastes made up of various resins (Table 4; mass fraction 60%) and ACP fillers (Table 5; mass fraction 40%) were formulated by hand spatulation.
The powder is white and its coarse particles were distinguished during spatulation.