Suture correction of nasal tip cartilage concavities
. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996; 98(6):971-979.
Figure 9 depicts the changing trend of the width and depth of concavities
with the rake angle of the indenter at the edge-indentation thickness of 2 mm.
By comparing and contrasting settlement under different concavities
and tertiary arrangements, the results of these experiments suggest that settlement of the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica was driven by a combination of hydrodynamic and behavioral factors.
are seen in the inferior borders of C2 and C3.
The bridge of the epiphallus has clearly defined parallel edged sides because the posterior side of the bridge is slightly curved and the anterior side of the bridge has deep rectangular concavities
. The lophi of the epiphallus have 18-19 spikes in each lophus, which are spread out irregularly.
To address the problem of converging the active contour to deep concavities
of object boundary, the magnetostatic active contour model was proposed by Xie and Mirmehdi .
corresponding to contact zones are important, the most evident solution remains to find a way to locate them and to link them together (Visen et al., 2001; van den Berg et al., 2002; Schmitt and Hasse, 2007).
"The injectable gel is a product for volume restoration and contouring of body surfaces and is used on the breasts, post liposuction concavities
, calves, buttocks and male chest shaping.
The staple fibers have a fiber length of 0.1 to 45 mm and a cross sectioned profile having 1 to 30 concavities
each satisfying the requirement: D/L=0.1 to 0.5.
* Even concavities
above and below the medial malleolus
humile are made up of sandstone rocks approximately 5 m in height with a large number of concavities
and cracks, where the species is established on shallow organic material.