The limitations of this study were that we did not take into consideration the original tooth dimensions before tooth preparation or the dimensions of the prepared tooth, operator experience, laboratory technique and armamentarium
, and laboratory technician's skill.
"These new longer scoring balloons extend the capability of the AngioSculpt in treating the most challenging femoro-popliteal lesions safely and efficiently and will be a very important addition to the armamentarium
of physicians treating complex endovascular disease," said Nelson L.
This edition reflects new advances in implant prosthetics, new cases, new techniques and technology, and updated system components and armamentarium
. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
Slosar noted: "The ability to orchestrate cellular behavior and promote bone growth in response to an interbody device has not been in the lateral surgeon's armamentarium
And borrowing from the cognitive-behavioral armamentarium
, mindfulness, and other therapeutic approaches, O'Connor offers concrete exercises aimed at replacing the old, self-damaging pathways with healthier new ones.
"This exciting work suggests that these GalT-knockout porcine skin grafts would be a useful addition to the burn-management armamentarium
," Curtis Cetrulo, MD, of the MGH Transplantation Biology Research Center (TBRC) and the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, corresponding author of the paper said.
Part Two explores the author's conception of the three underlying principles of microneedling: using only natural substances during treatment, using the least invasive microneedling techniques required to achieve desired patient outcomes and applying the principles of TCM to maximise those outcomes (the relationship of healthy levels of qi to beauty and the role of acupuncture in stimulating qi.) Contextualised in this way microneedling emerges as a powerful part of the therapist's armamentarium
Before the advent of medicinal armamentarium
of a pill for every ill, one of the more effective treatments was assisting each patient's recuperative capability.
MS should be within the armamentarium
of access techniques of the general paediatric surgeon since it provides unrivalled access to the mediastinum and is well-tolerated.
"This is only an observational study so we can't draw conclusions, but in a kidney disease patient who has heart failure, I think beta-blockers are an important medication in their armamentarium
," she said.
It's gratifying when we apply scientific techniques into Ayurvedic herbal armamentarium
to provide solutions to common disorders."
TMS is a valuable addition to the therapeutic armamentarium
that can help patients early in an illness not fall into a treatment-resistant state, and can offer another chance for those who have.