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soft tissue

A generic term for muscle, fat, fibrous tissue, blood vessels, or other supporting tissue matrix
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Leiomyomas are benign soft-tissue neoplasms which are originated from smooth muscle cells.
The factors responsible for this may be related to properties of the plates themselves, the perimandibular native soft tissue, the limitations of various soft-tissue transfers, and the surgical reconstructive technique.
Soft-tissue chondroma of the oral cavity is uncommon; very few [2-6] cases have been reported in the English literature.
However, geriatric complex tibial plateau fractures usually accompany with associated soft-tissue compromise, which should be considered as substantial soft-tissue injuries with a fracture inside.[2] To protect the soft-tissue envelope, the usage of a staged approach using knee-spanning external fixators with ligamentotaxis, followed by definitive osteosynthesis, is recommended as the standard treatment modality in complex patterns and high-energy trauma, especially in cases of axial instability.
A total of 24 legal documents involving soft-tissue fillers were identified--19 legal cases and 5 disciplinary actions.
"A biplanar fluoroscopic approach for the measurement, modeling and simulation of needle and soft-tissue interaction", Medical Image Analysis,120(11): 62-78.
Postgraduate training: Applied Myoskeletal Soft-Tissue Therapy is a gentle, relaxing and effective, non-oil soft-tissue therapy for the assessment, treatment, and management of soft-tissue injury, pain and dysfunction.
Argon manufactures and markets a wide range of medical devices and its acquisition of Promex is in line with its strategy to expand its soft-tissue biopsy instruments product line.
Therefore, Lee et al (17) recommend that, at MR imaging, if a large soft-tissue mass with normal adjacent bone marrow or a mass more extensive than the adjacent bone marrow abnormalities that affects a long segment of an extremity with diffuse muscle involvement is observed, and there is the presence of subcutaneous stranding or extension, the differential diagnosis should include and favor primary soft tissue lymphoma in the absence of a history of trauma or infection.
rex and another soft-tissue specimen from Brachylophosaurus canadensis, a type of duck-billed dinosaur.
CNB of soft-tissue lesions is minimally invasive, can be performed in an outpatient setting, and is less expensive than surgical biopsy.