Thus, methodologically, this paper is based on the Critical Collaboration Research framework (PCCol) (MAGALHAES, 2009, 2011, 2012), characterized as educational intervention research (ENGESTROM, 2011), focusing on the decapsulation
and transformation of school learning, guided by crisis, unpredictability, humility, vulnerability, deliberation and creativity.
In the decapsulation
process, receivers it will check whether an encapsulated key is match with the original encapsulated key and retrieve the valid message.
In the case of decapsulation
, several fundamental questions should be asked:
Knox, "Effect of renal decapsulation
on renal interstitial hydrostatic pressure and natriuresis," The American Journal of Physiology--Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology, vol.
Services included in this are Radiological (X-RAY), Lead Finish Evaluation (XRF), Decapsulation
, Remarking and Resurfacing.
Recently, recommended treatment options are partial splenectomy, total cystectomy, partial cystectomy (cyst decapsulation
, unroofing) or marsupialization, performed by open laparotomy or laparoscopy [8, 12].
Splenic cysts which do not resolve over time can be treated with partial splenic decapsulation
Through the dialectic of encapsulation / decapsulation
we can also deepen our understanding of the symbolic and emotional negotiations involved in the production of the "city as spectacle".
of the kidney, cortical tissues were removed under aseptic conditions and collected in a beaker containing PBS.
In 1903, Groves published a case of decapsulation
of kidneys performed in a patient with acute nephritis.
, OR DE-CAP, is a failure analysis technique that involves removal of material packaging from an integrated circuit.
The first renal biopsy was likely performed in 1901 in New York City, NY, as part of a renal decapsulation
procedure for the treatment of Bright disease.