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29) With the increased use of textured implants, "rupture without collapse" will likely increase as a proportion of implant ruptures, given that the fibrous capsule is more adherent to the implant shell.
Uterine ruptures mostly occur due to previous cesarean sections.
Based on these results, if the group of non-responders had no ruptures, the overall rupture rate would be 15.
Nagor, an implant manufacturer based in Cumbernauld, said they would give implants to women who have suffered PIP ruptures.
Most of the diaphragmatic ruptures occur on the left side, because the right diaphragm is congenitally stronger than the left.
Coronary plaque ruptures have been shown in 7%-27% of stable angina patients (3, 4) and in 3% of patients dying of noncardiac causes (5).
The second method is to study a large population, dividing the incidence of ruptures by the prevalence of aneurysms.
The second method is to study a large I population, dividing the incidence of ruptures by the prevalence of aneurysms.
Stable plaques contain higher numbers of smooth muscle cells, which provide a protective shield that helps prevent ruptures occurring.
Asymmetric papillary muscle contraction forces in the area of the infarct may play a role in the genesis of left ventricular free wall rupture as most ruptures appear in close association to the papillary muscle insertions in the left ventricular free wall (10).
Experts say the ruptures will become even more commonplace unless the system is upgraded.