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growth and maturation. The forces conveyed through the stifle joint are influenced by its arthrokinematics, determined by the shape, menisci, and soft tissues of the bones. 12 Imaging studies 13 , 14 of the morphological maturation of healthy human

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and management of circulatory conditions are crucial in preserving hip joint function and lowering the need for more invasive interventions. 11 – 13 This highlights the importance of conducting a comprehensive investigation of the morphology and

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respiratory tract disease and as a research tool for investigation of drug distribution in the respiratory tract or in assessment of response to treatment. Systematic classification of endobronchial morphology has long been established in human medicine, and

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determinant in regard to the reduction in feed particle size that occurs during digestion. However, the morphology of the teeth and their role in chewing effectiveness have not been widely studied in animals. In humans, molar occlusal surface area has been

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(natamycin, itraconazole, and miconazole) and their typical drug delivery vehicles on equine corneal keratocyte morphology and cellular proliferation in vitro. Materials and Methods Primary equine keratocyte culture —Equine keratocytes were obtained in

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of the form and function of the laminar junction may aid practitioners in diagnosing and treating hoof disease. The objectives of the present study were to further elucidate the functional morphology of the laminar junction by determining PEL number

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events involved appear to be well conserved among mammalian species. 13 An important aspect of CLs, CPs, and CLPs is defect morphology. 7,8,14–18 From a clinical standpoint, defect morphology is important for surgical planning and may influence the

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. In cases in which a PSS is suspected, findings of high blood ammonia or SBA concentrations serve as additional evidence of a PSS. Within the category of EHPSS, a variety of common shunt morphologies are recognized. Historically, EHPSSs were

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Demodex mites were present in the samples. The morphology and length of the adult mites varied considerably. Some mites had the typical long and slender appearance of D cati ( Figure 2 ), whereas other mites appeared remarkably shorter and rounder

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with irregularly spiculated RBCs (eg, acanthocytes, keratocytes, and schistocytes). In dogs with IBD, however, RBC morphological characteristics are rarely reported, and results of CBCs, with the exception of occasionally noted anemia, are commonly

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