fissure


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Fissures on Earth and Mars are common physical features through which eruption of magma takes place.
When Mormotomyia were active, fresh guano was collected from below a fissure on Makilu Hill and placed in two one-litre plastic containers to a depth of c.
Caries-preventive effect of glass ionomer and resin-based fissure sealants on permanent teeth: An update of systematic review evidence.
This is of interest, as Hands 19 and 20 form a left and right pair that otherwise one would assume to represent the same individual, but the morphology suggests that one person placed their left hand to the left of the fissure and a second individual placed their right hand to the right of the fissure.
When an anal fissure fails to heal quickly on its own and causes repeated pain, conservative treatments can speed healing.
La fissure a eu lieu dans la partie du peripherique situee entre Mounib et la Place Lobnane a Mohandessine.
He and his coinvestigators assigned an infra-auricular fissure score of 1 to atopic dermatitis patients with an infra-auricular line and a score of 2 in those with an infra-auricular line accompanied by erythema and a small fissure.
The symptoms include recurrent itching, redness, fissures, and vulvar dysuria.
Officials said the fissure has expanded to about 535 yards long and scientists are hiking into the remote area to observe the fissure and take readings.
Babb told the Hawaii Tribune-Herald that the fissure has expanded to about 535 yards long and that scientists were hiking into the remote area to observe the fissure and take readings.
While the four corner columns are 'static,' the central column on each facade shifts and mutates to accommodate the cranked beams of different floor levels on either side of the fissure.
In some cases however the muscle spasm caused by the fissure interferes with the blood supply.