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soft tissue

n.
Any of the non-bony, usually pliable structures of the body, including muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia, fat, blood vessels, and nerves.

soft tissue

n
(Anatomy) the soft parts of the human body as distinct from bone and cartilage
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Miettinen, "Smooth muscle tumors of soft tissue and non-uterine viscera: biology and prognosis," Modern Pathology, vol.
Some reports mentioned that complex articular fractures can be treated by ring external fixators and minimally invasive osteosynthesis, with the advantage of respecting the soft tissue. However, current existing evidence from the latest meta-analysis does not support the conclusion that external fixators are better than open reduction and internal fixation in managing complex tibial plateau fractures.[21]
Although the dental and skeletal effects of expansion using dental or skeletal anchorage are well documented, little information is available concerning the overlying soft tissue changes following these treatment modalities.
Objective: To establish that the bilobed flap as soft tissue release component for the radial club hand is superior to the z-plasty technique in type III and IV radial club hands.
Ageing is associated with a decline in muscle mass, strength, number of muscle fibres, changes in muscle contraction and slowing of nerve fibers that activate muscle making them prone to soft tissue injuries.
M2 PHARMA-April 26, 2017-Global Soft Tissue Repair Market to Reach USD 21.319bn by 2023, Research and Markets Forecasts
They show, for the first time, how a supervised, autonomous robot can perform surgery on soft tissue in live pigs more effectively than a surgeon's hands, or even a surgeon assisted by a robot.
Halaven is the first and only single agent to demonstrate an overall survival (OS) benefit in a Phase III trial in patients with advanced, recurrent or metastatic soft tissue sarcoma (liposarcoma or leiomyosarcoma).
Giant cell tumour of soft tissue (GCT-ST) is an uncommon entity which histopathologically resembles bony GCT.
Several growth patterns are present in ageing individuals and soft tissue profiles may at times mask or aggravate the appearance of the underlying skeletal pattern," said Dr A K Chandna, an orthodontist.
The points can be placed anywhere in the volume of the soft tissue and anywhere on the needle curve.
(3) To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report of soft tissue metastasis from primary renal leiomyosarcoma.