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nonmyeloablative

, nonablative (nŏn-mī″ĕl-ō-ă-blā′tĭv, nŏn-ă-blā′tĭv) [L. non, not, + Gr. myelos, narrow, + L. ablatus, taken away]
Not completely destructive of bone marrow. The term describes chemotherapeutic treatments for cancer that do not deplete the marrow of all its blood cells.
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For example, Lumenis launched its ResurFX laser system and Sciton launched its Halo system, both of which are nonablative skin resurfacing systems that offer less downtime than traditional ablative procedures.
A nonablative laser procedure, which usually lasts for 15 minutes, is used to increase collagen that tightens pores.
Nonablative fractional resurfacing is considered a breakthrough in laser skin resurfacing, as it boasts a shorter healing time than the traditional ablative lasers that destroy the epidermis, while heating the underlying layer.
The spectrum of laser skin resurfacing: nonablative, fractional, and ablative laser resurfacing.
Dermatologists and plastic surgeons from the US, Hong Kong, and Canada cover the basic science behind lasers and lights, treatment of cutaneous vascular lesions, nonablative laser and light skin rejuvenation, nonablative and ablative fractional resurfacing, laser resurfacing, non-surgical body contouring and tissue tightening, laser treatment of ethnic skin, and complications and legal considerations, with information on basic and advanced techniques, patient selection, treatment strategies, and safety.
Nonablative fractional resurfacing works by coagulating microscopic columns of tissue to variable depths.
This bill revises the definition of "bone marrow transplant" to include, for insurance coverage purposes, nonablative therapy and transplants intended to prolong life.
Mobley of Sarasota Plastic Surgery: ablative and nonablative laser resurfacing.
Erbium: YAG lasers and nonablative lasers are believed to work in rosacea by inducing proliferation of fibroblasts and endothelial cells, Dr.
An analysis of patients treated at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, suggests that nonablative therapy is reasonable, although relapse is a concern, Dr.
Its flagship GentleWaves LED Photomodulation System provides a safe and effective nonablative solution to photoaging.
The recent recognition that nonablative allogeneic transplantation, or the so-called "minitransplant", is feasible and seemingly efficacious may extend allografting to a broader array of patients (4,5).