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After epithelial layer were removed with maceration method, the architecture of the lamina propria of the tongue was exposed.
Maceration times of 1, 3, 5, 7, and 10 min were compared and DNA concentrations were measured.
The plant powder was extracted using aqueous infusion and maceration with ethanol.
At various time-points after maceration of the ovaries, the isolated follicles were drawn through the Nitex-covered syringe 5-10 times so that nearly all of the oocytes were completely stripped of their follicle cells without significantly damaging the oocytes.
The bandage-shaped device is designed for patient comfort, using a gentle, absorbent, breathable hydrocolloid adhesive that helps prevent skin maceration and irritation.
During the static-state maceration setup taken into consideration the evaluated quantity of the delicately crumbled plant material was uniformly positioned in impenetrable glass container and was plunged in the solvent.
These were confirmed as foetal mummification and maceration through plain radiography (Fig.
This is an important feature because any exudate and bacteria it contains can be removed from the wound bed and periwound area, which can aid in the prevention of infections and maceration.
The injured boy often presents with swelling, maceration, and bleeding as a result of the foreskin being caught in the zipper teeth.
This also helps prevent moisture build-up to minimize skin maceration, which can make skin more susceptible to damage and can delay healing.
Of the 26 patients treated with topical urea alone or in the combination, 3 had maceration, 2 had ingrown toenails, 1 had onycholysis, and 1 had transverse nail fissures, said Dr.
Therefore, the extra steps of previous lyophilization and PVP addition during the maceration might ensure efficiency and reliability, improving the amount of DNA purified as well as reducing problems with the co-isolation of undesirable constituents, such as polysaccharides and polyphenols.