Skull base coronal thin-section
CT scan showed a fracture in the right side of ethmoid plate, and MR cisternography revealed high-signal-intensity CSF column in the right side of the floor of anterior cranial fossa and sinus [[Figure 1]-case 2].
Another feature of the thin-section
depicted in Fig.
The bond pattern forms an array of separate, and longitudinally spaced, interlocking arcuate bond elements affixed to the first and second thin-section
elements to each other.
[sup] However, thin-section
computed tomographic (CT) scanning is more sensitive than chest radiography and provides more detailed radiological features.
It is white, free-flowing and offered for thick- and thin-section
Available for the high-speed injection molding of precision thin-wall or thin-section
parts from modern engineered thermoplastics, the proprietary X-Melt expansion melt technology is being used in full production to mold thin-wall, lightweight parts with a wall thickness of just 0.011" to 0.019" (0.3 to 0.5 mm) and an injection time of 0.08 seconds.
Additionally, repeated attempts to amplify rickettsial DNA from numerous thin-section
preparations from paraffin-embedded tissues were unsuccessful.
helical CT images are used to evaluate the tracheal and esophageal walls.
A training module on thin-section
bearings is included.
The process encapsulates hemoglobin from outdated donor blood in bilayer membranes of lipids (see thin-section
electron micrograph above.) One-twelfth the size of real human red blood cells, the artificial cells could be used to xygenate poorly vascularized tissues, such as tumors and the brain, to facilitate treatment.
The etiologic agent was initially identified as a coronavirus by thin-section
electron microscopic examination of a virus isolate.
computed tomography (CT) of the sinuses revealed a right-sided ethmoid polyp in the region near the frontal sinuses (figure, A).