The difference lies in the fact that a pseudocyst has a homogenous fluid density whereas walled-off necrosis describes both fluid and nonfluid
heterogeneous components which represent necrotic debris with or without loculation .
Defining the posterior palatal seal on a definitive impression for a maxillary complete denture by using a nonfluid
wax addition technique.
The acoustic elements used in the freezer cavity have the capabilities of translating the pressure in the nonfluid
medium and the translations in the x, y, and z directions at the interface.
version of, that obtaining in the case of more-familiar nonfluid
In a nonfluid
society, in which the status of most people is determined by birth and class, people may have an idea of what is normal for them.
This semi-dry paint still contained some water but was nonfluid. Experiments 1 (wet paint) and 4 (dry/semi-dry paint) were designed for the initial evaluation of microwave pyrolysis as a method to recover the inorganic components from a waste paint.
The pyrolysis experiments were carried out both on wet paint (experiments 1-3) and on semi-dry nonfluid paint (experiment 4) samples.
According to the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), a definition of the gel is as follows: nonfluid
colloidal network or polymer network, that is, expanded throughout its whole volume by a fluid .
ready-to-eat foods are frequently exposed to post-process surface contamination, leading to a reduction in their shelf life.
The GUSS allowed a graded rating with separate evaluations for nonfluid
and fluid nutrition, beginning with nonfluid
This autonomy emerged at the same time that nonfluid
categories of racialism took shape.
Whenever you are out in the on hot days make sure drink plenty of nonfluids
, in particularwater.