microfibrillar

microfibrillar

(ˌmaɪkrəʊˈfaɪbrɪlə)
adj
(Biology) composed of microfibrils
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(18) placed 1 mg morphine-impregnated microfibrillar collagen sponge over the intact dural sac during single level posterior lumbar laminectomy and instrumented fusion operation and found that postoperative morphine consumption is lower than the control group during 24 h.
For use on sensitive skin, acne and ageing skin , the SofSmooth[TM] Blender is enhanced with the SofSilk[TM] Microfibrillar Technology which features antimicrobial microfibrillar fibres synthesised from hydrophilic polyurethane for contouring, bronzing, blush and loose setting powders.
Oxidized cellulose, tranexamic acid rinses, astringents (e.g., aluminum chloride), microfibrillar collagen, thrombin-soaked gauze, fibrin sealant and adhesive, electro cautery, absorbable gelatin sponges, and aminocaproic acid to prevent clot lysis have all been suggested as aids to hemostasis in this setting.
Local haemostatic measures like suturing, direct gauze packing, resorbable gelatine sponge, oxidized cellulose, or microfibrillar collagen can be used to stop anticipated bleeding.
Fortelny et al., "Effect of halloysite on structure and properties of melt-drawn PCL/PLA microfibrillar composites," Express Polymer Letters, vol.
The superiority of mechanical properties of pineapple leaf fiber is related to high content of alpha-cellulose content with low microfibrillar angle (14[degrees]).
Pawlak, "The effect of chemical composition on microfibrillar cellulose films from wood pulps: mechanical processing and physical properties," Bioresource Technology, vol.
Webster, "Glanzmann's thrombasthenia: report of two oral surgical cases using a new microfibrillar collagen preparation and EACA for hemostasis," Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, vol.
Gebhardt, "Urinary matrix calculi consisting of microfibrillar protein in patients on maintenance hemodialysis," Kidney International, vol.
CA: calcified layer; CE: spiral cells; CO: layer of ornamentation; CHO: oospora helicoidallayer; CHP: pigmented helicoidal layer; CL: chloroplasts; CM: amorphous layer; CMF: microfibrillar layer; CR: crystalline layer; EC: ectocalcine; EI: intercellular space; EN: endocalcine; EO: papilla with pore; OSF: oospora; POC: compound oosporangial wall; PPC: spiral cells primary wall; PPO: oospora primary wall; V: vacuoles.
Subtle ultrastructural alterations such as microfibrillar deposits in the dilator muscle or in the periphery of iris vessels can be observed virtually in all contralateral eyes in clinically unilateral cases (7), supporting the concept that XFS is a bilateral disease with clinically asymmetric manifestations.