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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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Holdaway soft tissues were determined for 150 individuals (78 males and 72 females) from the lateral cephalograms taken in natural head position.
com)-- Soft tissues are body tissues that are not hardened or calcified, this includes tendon, muscle, skin, fat, and fascia.
They cover overview and foundation, managing soft tissues within the upper extremity, managing soft tissues within the hand and wrist, soft tissue coverage of the fingers following trauma, managing soft tissues of the lower extremity, soft tissue management around the foot and ankle, soft tissue management around the spine and pelvis, and replantation.
In traditional knee design, surgeons typically release healthy soft tissues in an attempt to balance the knee and maintain feasible kinematics.
The anatomic differences in the soft tissues and thoracic organs anterior to the spinal column at different levels may explain the current results.
The first part of the book deals with basic principles, with sections on principles of soft-tissue techniques, basic anatomy and functions of soft tissues and bone, mechanisms of soft-tissue injury, and factors related to healing soft tissues and bone.
The portal, self-contained system offers precise soft tissue removal for tendons and other soft tissues with intended us in the elbow, knee, ankle, foot and shoulder.
Although Radiesse is not approved by the FDA for the augmentation of facial soft tissues, it is commonly used off-label to correct age-related facial deformities such as wrinkles, folds, and other depressions.
MRI shows a diffuse soft tissue mass displacing adjacent soft tissues.
A new TAPPI Test Method has been proposed: "Surface Texture of Soft Tissues.
When soft tissues begin to heal and regenerate, continued movement and stretching of the muscles and tendons-will stimulate further healing.