spontaneous remission

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Related to Spontaneous healing: spontaneous regression
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spontaneous remission

n (Med) → Spontanheilung f
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Otoendoscopy, pure tone audiometry and tympanometry were repeated either following their spontaneous healing or in postoperative third month in patients who showed spontaneous healing in the course of follow-up and in patients who were treated with a paper-patch technique or underwent myringoplasty or type 1 tympanoplasty.
spontaneous healing. A shorter closure time and a higher closure rate were observed with EGF treatment but led to otorrhea.
% spontaneous healing rate while in some study it is 90%.2,4
Surgical intervention was not scheduled for the patient because initiation of the spontaneous healing process was observed.
(3) Surgical skin defects are mostly left to allowgranulating and spontaneous healing. Some cases with a larger defect need to be repaired with a free split or full-thickness skin graft or a temporalis fascia graft with Silastic strip.
Alexis Carrel, a French surgeon and recipient of the Nobel Prize in medicine in 1912, repudiated reports about spontaneous healing in Lourdes, France-until he himself witnessed two events there: the sudden revival of a woman who was dying of tuberculosis and the restoration of the sight of a baby with congenital blindness after people prayed for them.
The first session on Saturday, February 17 will encourage Healing with Sound in a slow hatha flow class, utilising singing bowl and many mediation techniques including pranayama (control of the breath) and movement to evoke spontaneous healing; followed on Saturday, February 24 with an exploration of the significance of touch and working in tandem as you stretch your way to a clearer mind in the Partner Up session.
For example, defects that occur in the highly vascularized metaphyseal region of long bones have a much higher spontaneous healing potential than a poorly vascularized periarticular defect.
The physicians should pay greater attention to patients who exhibit burn healing by secondary intention, to wounds that are not healing appropriately, and to fragile burn scars that ulcerate easily as in our experience 55 years after a spontaneous healing wound.
Conservative drug treatment might be helpful,[sup][4],[8],[31],[32] because SCAD tends to be spontaneous healing at follow-up.
Crespi describes the use of the magnetic mallet device that he introduced into oral surgery to facilitate extractions, to augment bone volume, and to shape bone to encourage spontaneous healing without added biomaterials.
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