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matting

A term of art referring to the enlargement and cohesion of lymph nodes, which is classically palpated on physical exam in a patient with chronic inflammation (e.g., tuberculosis, histoplasmosis and sarcoidosis), but also in nodal involvement by metastatic cancer.
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With Army-provided data on the existing and previous matting and expert guidance, we narrowed our design options to a few promising solutions.
The matting is stable in temperatures from minus 40[degrees]F to plus 176[degrees]F.
Industrial Matting composite mats come textured with different patterns and materials to provide excellent traction for all types of vehicle and foot traffic: and have proven to be one of the best solutions for long-term use under some of the most unruly site conditions and usages.
One of the most effective ways to keep these substances from affecting your floors is to implement a matting system for your building's vestibule or entrance area.
Now supplying over 90 matting and flooring products, all detailed in its latest Matting & Flooring Solutions catalogue (Edition 6) Coba offers an extensive selection of industrial safety matting.
Given buyers get hooked towards interior modification after the purchase of the vehicle, automobile manufacturers are disinclined to offer vehicles with five dimensional matting. On the other hand, there has been growing traction for 3D mats owing to resistance to most solvents and chemicals.
This study involved data mining via primary interviews with experts representing matting solutions and rig and oilfield mats manufacturers, dealers and end-use industries.