training, some 100 years old, is a system of self-control, centered on the creation of sensations of heaviness and bodily warmth.
There is a lengthening list of strategies, such as biofeedback, mindfulness training, and autogenic
therapy, which have been used to help patients adapt to and eventually modify the impact of pain signaling.
Featuring K2M's proprietary Tifix locking technology, the mono cervical plate system does not require an additional locking mechanism, as each screw head forms an autogenic
lock to the plate upon insertion.
Athanasiou, "Success Rates and Immunologic Responses of Autogenic
, Allogenic, and Xenogenic Treatments to Repair Articular Cartilage Defects," Tissue Engineering.
Sediments included terrigenous clays and silts, derived from the uplifted Taconic Orogen to the east-southeast, and autogenic
skeletal carbonates, mostly bryozoan zoaria, brachiopod shells and crinoid ossicles.
The 90% porous matrix provides an interconnected structure optimized for the delivery of autogenic
bone marrow aspirate and subsequent population of biologic factors essential to the healing process.
At age 14, I took a six-week, evening course at the local college in a mind/body relaxation technique called Autogenic
Training, in which one systematically learns to make parts of the body feel warm or heavy.
The ninth chapter is about relaxation techniques and discusses progressive muscle relaxation, autogenic
training, self-hypnosis, and biofeedback.
Toward the end of his exhaustive study he writes, "With the autogenic
creation of self as our model, we have broken the spell of dualism by focusing attention on the contributions of both what is present and what is absent" (p.
Likewise, on basis of application the global regenerative medicine (bone and joint) market is segmented as bone graft substitutes, osteoarticular diseases, allogenic bones, autogenic
bone and others.
whether it is an autogenic
treefall or a mowed field) could influence its utility and attractiveness to ceruleans.
The source of donor tissue can be xenogenic (divergent species), allogenic (same species, divergent individual), or autogenic