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soft tissue

A generic term for muscle, fat, fibrous tissue, blood vessels, or other supporting tissue matrix

soft tissue,

n a system of osteopathic techniques for diagnosing and treat-ing somatic dysfunctions within tissues other than bones or joints. See also somatic dysfunction.

soft tissue,

n body tissue except bone, teeth, nails, hair, and cartilage.
soft tissue undercut,

soft

lacking in firmness.

soft fat
unpleasant soft fat occurs in pigs fed for too long on kitchen swill.
soft khaki weed
soft palate myositis
a cause of dorsal displacement of the soft palate in horses, resulting in chronic obstruction of the airway during exercise.
soft rolypoly
salsolakali.
soft rush
juncuseffusus.
soft shell disease
fish eggs lose their turgidity and become flat and wrinkled; the cause is unknown.
soft shelled eggs
hen eggs with soft shells occur in birds affected by avian infectious bronchitis and can persist for a long time into the recovery period.
soft ticks
ticks lacking a dorsal shield or scutum; members of the family Argasidae, e.g. Argas persicus. Called also nonscutate.
soft tissue
tissue other than bone and cartilage.
soft x-ray beam
made at low kVp output. The beam has low energy and weak penetration.
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Covering soft-tissue management of trauma in the extremities, this color-illustrated textbook/reference for orthopedic and trauma surgeons is accompanied by online videos and animations.
Soft-tissue sarcoma: MR imaging vs sonography for detection of local recurrence after surgery.
As a result, soft-tissue imaging methods such as mammography must use high doses of radiation, which can pose health risks for the patient, to yield even low-resolution images.
Soft-tissue sarcomas are rare; about 8,700 new cases are diagnosed each year.
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Unilateral bleeding in the presence of a soft-tissue mass should certainly suggest the possibility of a malignancy in the nose or sinus; a biopsy of the soft tissue should be performed.
Through these discussions, Wright hopes to give surgeon participants a complete view of the GRAFTJACKET(R) Matrix as an advanced choice to reinforce challenging soft-tissue repairs in the foot and ankle.
The soft-tissue lesion was suggestive of an intrasphenoidal mass, although an encephalocele could produce the same findings.
With the software's unique soft-tissue "solver," Face Robot simulates how facial tissue slides and deforms during the formation of expressions and includes a corrective sculpting system for detailed art direction.
CT usually shows a unilateral intranasal and paranasal soft-tissue mass with or without erosion of the bone of the ethmoid roof (the cribriform plate), the orbit, and the antral walls.
This new agreement allows CTS to use the Clearant Sterilization Service (CSS) for a variety of human-sourced soft-tissue and bone allograft implants.
The clinical presentation includes the triad of hyperirritability, soft-tissue swelling, and the appearance of painful, firm soft-tissue masses.