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The time to reach a temperature of 100[degrees]C in the incised specimens under microwave irradiation was 18 minutes.
Holland and Smith14 repaired distal penile hypospadias with tubularized incised plate urethroplasty with complication rate of 22%.
The learning curve using tubularized incised plate urethroplasty for all degrees of hypospadias.
In historical times, most palm-leaf manuscripts were text-only and were not made by Chitrakars; even in illustrated palm leaf manuscripts, both text and images were incised by scribes from several other castes with no particular hereditary tradition.
The rise and rise of the incised and applied relief tradition: a review and reassessment.
In determining types, the following features were examined: density and extent of shell papillation, pronouncement and continuity of incised spiral grooves, whorl number, percent umbilicus occlusion, height (H), and diameter (D).
Unlike other tissue coagulation methods that tend to destroy tissue by charring, searing and necrosis, the CSMG-patented technology bonds and reconnects incised tissue using a patented low-heat delivery method aimed at restoring the normal functions of the live organs and tissue.
Deschenes Rompre and colleagues illustrate the frustration of overcoming the initial agony of a learning curve in their discussion of tubularized incised plate (TIP) urethroplasty or TIPU.
These penetration levels were (1) single incised with 80 percent [greater than or equal to] 5 mm and (2) unincised.
LAMAR COMPLICATED STAMPED AND CARTHAGE INCISED CERAMICS ASSOCIATED WITH PROTOHISTORIC DOMESTIC STRUCTURES AT HICKORY GROUND.
Illustrations were incised and painted with a slip (liquid clay), which turned black during firing without oxygen (3).