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ma·te·ri·al

(mă-tē'rē-ăl),
That of which something is made or composed; the constituent element of a substance.
[L. materialis, fr. materia, substance]

material

(1) Stuff (generally informal); matter (generally formal).
(2) Fabric, cloth.

material

Vox populi Stuff; lots of stuff; related stuff. See Barium contrast material, Biomaterial, Cross-reacting material, Flammable material, Healos bone-grafting material, Interphotoreceptor material, Licensed material, Open cell material, Pressure-generating material, Pyrophoric material, Radioactive material, Reactive material, Water-reactive material, Z-band material.

ma·te·ri·al

(mă-tēr'ē-ăl)
That of which something is made or composed; the constituent element of a substance.

material

the sample available for any study in TAXONOMY.

ma·te·ri·al

(mă-tēr'ē-ăl)
That of which something is made or composed.
[L. materialis, fr. materia, substance]

Patient discussion about material

Q. What is the ingredient in perfume or Cologne that will trigger an asthma attack? There is something in cologne/perfume that's not in body spray that triggers my asthma. I went out with a friend and he had on cologne and my asthma starting bothering me. Before going out my asthma hadn't bothered me in months because I stay away from things that may trigger an attack. This often happens with other things like bleach, ajax or any bad odor

A. Anything that irritates the nose and bronchi can cause an attack. No one really knows why...but it does. Cigarettes and pollution are common cause also.

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Materialise, a leader in software solutions and 3D printing services in the medical and industrial markets, helps medical professionals improve procedural planning and communications through innovative 3D solutions.
Jeroen Dille, director of Materialise's Clinical Unit, said, "Through this growing partnership, more surgeons will have access to 3-D planning and printing solutions, which ultimately means that more patients can benefit from this technology.
For 25 years, Materialise has been constantly focused on driving 3D printing forward with innovative applications, operating in an open ecosystem.
With its headquarters in Leuven, Belgium, and branches worldwide, Materialise is a provider of additive manufacturing software solutions and sophisticated 3D printing services in a wide variety of industries, including healthcare, automotive, aerospace, art and design and consumer products.
At Materialise, we initiated the R&D program that is at the source of our new X-ray based technology shortly after the successful introduction of our CT/MRI based guide technology.
Phillip Dydynski, Chief of Pediatric Radiology at Kosair Children's Hospital, turned to Materialise's team and the Mimics Innovation Suite for support.
Speaking about the latest collection Sven Hermans, Account Manager for Materialise said: "For the first time we have worked with Iris van Herpen to produce a hybrid creation incorporating unique, transparent bone-like structures produced with Mammoth Stereolithography..
Finally, printed onto Areion's nose is a course, shark skin-like texture, designed to cut through the air, much like Olympic swim suits slice through the water, according to Materialise.
Hirsch says the democratic gains in Egypt and Tunisia could be threatened if official aid fails to materialise soon, with both countries vulnerable to a collapse in the currency and inflation which would trigger widespread social unrest.
However, a deal failed to materialise and after three league wins in 19 attempts, Hamman cited the collapse of Evans' takeover bid as a key factor in ending his four months in charge.
They were printed by Materialise at its headquarters in Belgium.
Summary: The benefits of 24-hour drinking have failed to materialise and action is needed to tackle alcohol-related crime, the Home Secretary said.