the surgical removal or cutting away of devitalized
tissue, necrosis or slough).
Some believe that devitalized
teeth and jawbone cavitations may be associated with Bartonella infection.
Options include Dexon mesh splenorrhaphy, removing devitalized
segments of the spleen with the use of the ultrasonic dissector, the suture ladder of Buntain, segmental and splenic arterial ligation with segmental resection, interlocking suture, long straight needles, hemostatic pledgets, and viable omentum as bolsters or packing.
There should be no devitalized
tissue present in the wound upon application of the NPWT.
Collectively, these directors received a "king's ransom" at the expense of the stockholders for presiding over a devitalized
entity plagued by long-term underperformance.
The size and depth of the wound and the amount of devitalized
(dead) tissue should be assessed along with potential damage to neurovascular structures and tendons, underlying fractures, the presence of exposed bone and/or infection, and the integrity of the joint.
Trenchant comment by Greene on the "dull devitalized
form" the modern novel has become in the absence of stylistic rigor and the "religious sense" (Collected Essays 115) is embodied by the small collection of books Ida Arnold keeps in her room.
The periocular tissues of the right globe were devitalized
and communicated with a fistula at the commissure of the right side of the beak.
The Vidin-Calafat bridge is a shining example of European construction, improving the living standards of citizens in both countries and contributing to the development of an economically devitalized
area, said Fernando Moreno, chairman of FCC Construction.
Additionally, since new cells take longer to reach the surface, the dull, devitalized
skin cells on the surface eventually dominate--creating the rough, uneven texture so characteristic of aging.
Due to their ability to adhere to the skin, clays offer mechanical protection similar to a bandage, sealing out external physical or chemical agents, as well as absorptive properties which assist in removing devitalized
tissue, particulate matter, or foreign materials from a wound.
In cases of infection, it is far better to have a vascularized door than an avascular piece of bone from a window that has been completely devitalized