extirpation


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The procedure can be performed if extirpation under local anesthesia is infeasible due to an allergy to anesthetic agents, blood coagulation disorders, such as hemophilia, or lack of technical means to completely remove the pulp from the tooth cavity [11].
Channel Catfish, Bluegill, Red Shiner, and Western Mosquitofish presence were strongly correlated with Plains Topminnow extirpation throughout the state suggestive of potential for both competitive and predatory interactions (Table 1).
Before describing and assessing the Franz-Kalischer dispute, it will be useful first to consider some general issues associated with priority claims as well as to revisit two previously considered priority disputes as examples of this type of research, namely who discovered the "conditional reflex" and who was first to use brain extirpation to study brain functions.
The anaesthesia was considered successful if no or mild pain was reported on access cavity preparation and pulp extirpation.
Clear instances of its extirpation and subsequent replacement--directly or indirectly--by the non-native eastern fox squirrel are now well documented (e.
Diagnosis by clinical examination, computerized tomography and magnetic resonance imaging before extirpation of pathological masses, sinuses and nose is of utmost importance [1, 8, 9].
I then speculate on the causes of its extirpation by examining the spatial pattern of its disappearance and comparing this pattern with predictions based on its biology.
According to Jensen, the Glossy Ibis and other resident wetland birds such as Woolly-necked Stork Ciconia episcopus and Oriental Darter Anhinga melanogaster have become extremely rare, and likely to face extirpation.
For faster resolution, many treatment modalities such as cryotherapy, extirpation and cauterization of base, topical chemical and antiviral agents, and oral cimetidine have been used.
Globally uncommon, though, was the abandonment of pottery on some islands and the extirpation of the pig (Sus scrofa/verrucosus) and dog (Canis familiaris)--the two largest mammalian quadrupeds introduced to Oceania--from the subsistence and cultural systems.
Duffy then turns to a useful and comprehensive examination of how the depositions were mined for good stories to back up the theory of extirpation and turned into books and pamphlets for sale in England, Wales, and Scotland.