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The right lower eyelid had dried exudate with devitalized skin that communicated with a necrotic plug at the right lateral commissure of the beak.
28-32) Traditional treatment consisted of sharp debridement to remove devitalized tissue, since moist devitalized tissue supports the growth of pathological organisms.
If it falls to the side instantly and quite limp, it is said to be devitalized, but many people will find difficulty in letting the arm go entirely in this way with all their muscles relaxed.
Subacute and chronic forms may also require surgical debridement of associated necrotic bone because microorganisms may persist in devitalized bone to cause flare-ups many decades after an initial attack.
In 1972 the Senate and Assembly, both in Republican hands, gave first passage to a constitutional amendment that left the prohibition in place, but devitalized it entirely by giving the legislature broad authority to legalize any form of gambling at its discretion.
In 1 snake, infection was associated with retained devitalized layers of epidermis consistent with dysecdysis.
Delayed rupture of a devitalized diaphragmatic muscle may occur several days after the initial injury.
The Torinese's observations on religious imagery are revelatory insofar as they illustrate just how devitalized and denuded of strong and specific religious assertions the public square must be.
They're made of devitalized processed food, hydrogenated fats, chemicals, and preservatives, and include anything made with refined white flour.
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.
During this time, the so-called dropouts, disheartened and devitalized by the alienating atmosphere of the large group rhetoric, had not just stopped attending meetings but had re-centered themselves in their consciousness-raising groups, where there were feelings of warmth and trust.