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Search Results 1-10 of 13 for Capsule
"The maximum thickness of commercially available dermal allografts is about 3.5 mm — half that of the autografts used in the original SCR technique and below the thickness of the native capsule," Dr.
"In patients with concern for capsule retention, a patency capsule can be completed prior to the capsule endoscopy to assess for SB patency," says Stephanie L.
Intact and expanded capsule sponge used in sponge cytology Intact and expanded capsule sponge used in sponge cytology Use of sponge cytology and biomarkers may provide an effective tool for early detection of esophag...
Paul, Minnesota) and the Micra transcatheter pacing system (Medtronic, Minneapolis); both are dime-sized capsules that are implanted directly into the right ventricular apex.
Mayo Clinic researchers are conducting studies testing the use of capsules for primary CDI, phase 1 studies for recurrent CDI focusing on capsule-based treatment currently unavailable elsewhere, and upcoming phase 3 ...
Experienced pediatric radiologists use MR enterography and occasionally capsule endoscopy to distinguish ulcerative colitis from Crohn's disease, which is crucial for decisions about treatment.
The ICM size has recently been greatly reduced to the size of a large capsule, and implantation techniques have become simpler.
This test uses a swallowed, dissolvable gelatin capsule that covers an esophageal sponge attached to a string.
The dislocated lens was exchanged for a capsule-supported sulcus lens.
Additionally, standardized enema and capsule-based microbial based therapies for recurrent CDI are in clinical trials.
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