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devitalized

 [de-vi´tal-īzd]
1. devoid of vitality or life; dead.
2. of an organ or body part, having a blood supply so reduced that the oxygen supply will not support life.

de·vi·tal·ized

(dē-vī'tăl-īzd),
Devoid of life; dead.

devitalized

[dēvī′təlīzd]
pertaining to tissues with a reduced oxygen supply and blood flow.

de·vi·tal·ized

(dē-vī'tăl-īzd)
Devoid of life; dead.
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All devitalized tissues need to be removed, and the surgical technique used will depend on the extent of the bone lesion.
Before proposing any treatment to the patient in a way to correct the discoloration of his or her devitalized tooth, it is essential to determine the exact cause of the color change.
She could not feel her feet, and to touch her legs was like touching the legs of a corpse; the legs even looked dead and gray, streaked with blue/black veins of stagnant devitalized blood.
In 1 snake, infection was associated with retained devitalized layers of epidermis consistent with dysecdysis.
A gentle traction was applied to reduce the intussusception since the tissues were devitalized they got lacerated.
We should further recognize that Mailer locates the most potent means of resistance to such devitalized and technologized life in the existential sense of our radically contingent and alienated relationship to the world around us, a sense or perception that reveals itself most potently in "that stricken existential moment in which Camp is stripped of its marks of quotation and put-ons shrivel in the livid air" (xi).
Delayed rupture of a devitalized diaphragmatic muscle may occur several days after the initial injury.
fibrin, devitalized epidermis and/or dermis, exudate, debris, biofilm), including topical application(s), wound assessment, use of a whirlpool, when performed and instruction(s) for ongoing care, per session, total wound(s) surface area; first 20 sq cm or less
The SonicOne is an innovative, ultrasonic wound care system that offers tissue specific debridement and cleansing for effective removal of devitalized tissue and fibrin deposits while sparing viable cellular structures.
At present craniofacial bone grafting procedure rely on autologous bone grafting, devitalized allogenic bone grafting and natural/synthetic osteo conductive biomaterials.
Wounds associated with devitalized tissue--especially crush injuries, puncture wounds, and bites to the face, hands or feet, or genitals--have a greater risk of complications, including infections.
They're made of devitalized processed food, hydrogenated fats, chemicals, and preservatives, and include anything made with refined white flour.