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WALL. A building or erection so well known as to need no definition. In general a man may build a wall on any part of his estate, to any height he may deem proper, and in such form as may best accommodate him; but he must take care not to erect a wall contrary to the local regulations, nor in such a manner as to be injurious to his neighbors. See Dig. 50, 16, 157. Vide Party Wall.

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ThermoDox is being evaluated in a Phase III clinical trial for primary liver cancer and a Phase II clinical trial for recurrent chest wall breast cancer.
The main objective of the project therefore was to develop an innovative artificial rib bridge replacement that would facilitate chest wall reconstruction surgery patients by employing a range of different design tools and methods.
The case emphasises the importance of considering it in the differential diagnosis of chest wall tumours.
A visceral pleural line separating an area devoid of vascular or lung markings adjacent to the chest wall confirms the diagnosis.
Congenital anomalies of the anterior chest wall are common.
Primary chest wall tumors: Early and long-term results of surgical treatment.
However, the reasons for these alterations still remain unclear and although there are some hypothesis, like the increment in inspiratory muscle strength, alveolar distensibility, alveolar number, size of the lungs and chest wall or hereditary factors (Armour et al.
This study utilized a carefully controlled and blinded cross-over trial to compare two modes of ACT using high-frequency chest wall oscillation.
X-rays identified both needles but while one was removed quickly, surgeon Jonathan Guest could not locate the one in his chest wall and decided to leave it where it was - because he felt it did not pose any risk of moving into Mr Baty's heart.
CT-guided biopsy of the soft tissue mass in the chest wall showed precursor B lymphoblastic leukemia/lymphoma.
Dewhirst and his colleagues are currently juggling three other hyperthermia clinical trials: one for cervical cancer that's spreading, another for breast cancer that's recurred on the chest wall, and a third for advanced sarcoma, a cancer that arises in muscles, fat, and other soft tissues.
0-cm thick breast tissue equivalent slab phantom (53% adipose/47% water) was placed on the chest wall of an anthropomorphic head and torso phantom.