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Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) scans were taken for all patients, before placement of soft tissue expanders and 4-6 months following bone augmentation procedures.
For the use as steam expanders, the inlets and exhausts had to be modified to induct and exhaust steam.
Majidian, "Immediate breast reconstruction in two stages using textured, integrated-valve tissue expanders and breast implants: A retrospective review of 171 consecutive breast reconstructions from 1989 to 1996," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, vol.
[50.] Qiu G., Liu H., Riffat S., Expanders for micro-CHP systems with organic Rankine cycle, Applied Thermal Engineering, 31 (2011) 3301-3307.
Table-II: Shapes and numbers of expanders used in reconstruction of scalp burn alopecia (n=30).
Hammond recently has completed its lead acid battery laboratory in Hammond, Indiana, which will complement a new, high-capacity expander production plant.
RMI's laser beam expanders are made with high precision plano-concave and plano-convex lenses - available in a wide range of materials.
The company said that tissue expansion via traditional saline-based expanders is described by patients as an unpleasant, painful and time-consuming procedure.
Expanders for Chemical Process describes the engineering analyses required to design and build expanders for particular applications.
Interest in the use of expanders in regulating stations in Canada was initiated in 1985 when Canadian Western Natural Gas (CWNG), now ATCO, sponsored a review of their distribution system to evaluate the energy production potential.
Last year she was brought to Dubai by the PCRF and Dr Carole Azzam inserted four tissue expanders subcutaneously under her chest and abdomen.
In Figure 1(a), there is a practical example of two liquid expanders implanted into the patient's head; what is shown in Figure 1(b) is the healed wound after removing expanders.