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It has yet to come up with a follow-up or a clarification as to what is causing the swelling in reported cases.
Neck swelling is one of the common presentation in general practise.
Swelling of clays affects the structural stability of the overlying infrastructure; structural problems are often accentuated due to the topographical characteristics of the terrain, which is constituted by inclined slopes, leading to the collapse of structures, as illustrated in Figure 2.
Many attempts have been made to prepare superabsorbent materials by grafting starch with an acrylic monomer, and these materials exhibited a good swelling capacity [11-14].
Contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) showed a swelling of the bilateral parotid and submandibular glands.
Although there have been a considerable number of experimental investigations on oil shale kerogen swelling in single solvents, there are few data found covering swelling in binary solvent mixtures.
That would suggest that he probably had brain swelling and that's something that can happen quite often - people initially seem to be OK, and then the brain begins to swell up and things get more serious.
Swelling clays are famous to cause severe damage to structures resting on them.
Objective: To compare the specimen adequacy aspirated by various gauge (21 and 22) needles in external palpable swellings of lymph nodes, thyroid gland, salivary glands, breast and soft tissue.
The swelling is caused by an obstruction of one of the glands that lubricate the edge of the eyelids.
TATNEFT is implementing proven new efficient technologies of wells construction, among which is application of annulus swelling packers.