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A review of the available data on efficiency (including data made available from the moment of granting the first marketing authorizations) has shown that the efficiency of Caustinerf arsenical, Yranicid arsenical, and other associated products for surface applications for registered indications is limited; there is no convincing evidence of the benefits for patients, in particular in the context of the current treatment strategy when the knowledge on pulp devitalization and analgesia is much broader and new, safer treatment options are available [12].
At the 2-week recheck appointment, complete devitalization of digits 1-3 of the left foot and sloughing of the skin of the distal foot were visible (Fig 3).
However, this could create dental phobia problems for a young child and has been said to cause devitalization or deformation of adjacent teeth.
This procedure starts with intentional devitalization and root canal treatment of the tooth to enable application of the bleaching agent into the pulp chamber.
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In fact, to the extent any still image refuses overt masculinization of the crucified Jesus, it invites a feminizing gaze because of its devitalization.
lt;Economic devitalization Budget> (billion won) 2012 budget 2013 proposal SMEs 3,608.
Beside the contexts of advanced techno-economic and scientific terms, there remain situations of demographic devitalization, economic backwardness and of social exclusion.
Rather than subject the First Amendment to such a devitalization, we instead have afforded commercial speech a limited measure of protection, commensurate with its subordinate position in the scale of First Amendment values, while allowing modes of regulation that might be impermissible in the realm of noncommercial expression.
24) Advantages of these implants include the ability to obtain anatomic reduction with less fracture devitalization, preservation of the rotator cuff integrity, ability to maintain stable fixation in the face of significant comminution and osteoporosis, and multi-angle screw fixation.
Repeated Cesarean sections may result in progressive devitalization and scarring of the uterus and bladder base by damaging their vascular network, thus predisposing to fistula formation.