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*  Osseokartilajinöz Nazal Dorsum ve Klinik Önemi
Objectives: Contradictory statements exist in the literature concerning the relation between the upper lateral cartilage and the septal earlilage. This study was designed to evaluate the relationship between the cartilages and the intimacy between the upper lateral cartilages and nasal bones and, finally to emphasize its clinical implications. Design and Methods: Cranial extension of the upper lateral cartilages underneath the nasal bones was measured in 59 patients undergoing nasal hump reduction. Microscopically, the relation between the upper lateral cartilages, the se ptal cartilage and nasal bones was evaluated in four different sections. Results: Average cranial extension of the upper lateral cartilage beneath the nasal bones measured 9 mm, being finely separated by a narrow connective tissue. A fusion-type connection was observed between the upper ...
http://www.tkbbv.org.tr/dergi.aspx?Dergi=6&yil=2000&makale=4699
*  Influence of Polydioxanone Foil on Growing Septal Cartilage After Surgery in an Animal Model | Critical Care Medicine | JAMA...
Objective To determine whether late complications after septoplasty in growing septal cartilage in children can be prevented by the use of a resorbable polydio
https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamafacialplasticsurgery/fullarticle/480053
*  Alar cartilages | Article about alar cartilages by The Free Dictionary
Looking for alar cartilages? Find out information about alar cartilages. flexible semiopaque connective tissue connective tissue, supportive tissue widely distributed in the body, characterized by large amounts of intercellular... Explanation of alar cartilages
http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/alar+cartilages
*  Vitamin K2 and Cranial Development
The normal vitamin K status of the human embryo appears to be close to deficiency [I would argue in most cases the embryo is actually deficient, as are most adults in industrial societies]. Maternal dietary deficiency or use of a number of therapeutic drugs during pregnancy, may result in frank vitamin K deficiency in the embryo. First trimester deficiency results in maxillonasal hypoplasia in the neonate with subsequent facial and orthodontic implications. A rat model of the vitamin K deficiency embryopathy shows that the facial dysmorphology is preceded by uncontrolled calcification in the normally uncalcified nasal septal cartilage, and decreased longitudinal growth of the cartilage, resulting in maxillonasal hypoplasia. The developing septal cartilage is normally rich in the vitamin K-dependent protein matrix gla protein (MGP). It is proposed that functional MGP is necessary to maintain growing cartilage in a non-calcified state. Developing teeth contain ...
http://amelias-heart.blogspot.com/2009/01/vitamin-k2-and-cranial-development.html
*  Whole Health Source: Vitamin K2 and Cranial Development
The normal vitamin K status of the human embryo appears to be close to deficiency [I would argue in most cases the embryo is actually deficient, as are most adults in industrial societies]. Maternal dietary deficiency or use of a number of therapeutic drugs during pregnancy, may result in frank vitamin K deficiency in the embryo. First trimester deficiency results in maxillonasal hypoplasia in the neonate with subsequent facial and orthodontic implications. A rat model of the vitamin K deficiency embryopathy shows that the facial dysmorphology is preceded by uncontrolled calcification in the normally uncalcified nasal septal cartilage, and decreased longitudinal growth of the cartilage, resulting in maxillonasal hypoplasia. The developing septal cartilage is normally rich in the vitamin K-dependent protein matrix gla protein (MGP). It is proposed that functional MGP is necessary to maintain growing cartilage in a non-calcified state. Developing teeth contain ...
http://wholehealthsource.blogspot.com/2009/01/vitamin-k2-and-cranial-development.html?showComment=1233556260000
*  AID 352551 - Inhibition of MMP13-mediated type 2 collagen degradation in bovine nasal cartilage assessed as inhibition of IL1...
BioAssay record AID 352551 submitted by ChEMBL: Inhibition of MMP13-mediated type 2 collagen degradation in bovine nasal cartilage assessed as inhibition of IL1/oncostatin M-stimulated N-hydroxyproline release at 2000 nM treated for 5 to 6 days measured on day 11.
https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioassay/352551
*  Dr Sarmast rhinoplasty Clinic | Secondary Rhinoplasty
The changes necessary in secondary rhinoplasty can be done through a "closed" or "open" approach. Typically, if there are major structural changes required, and open approach may be preferred. Minor contour corrections can be performed via a "closed" technique. Closed rhinoplasty is when only internal incisions (endonasal) are made for access to the nasal structures. Open rhinoplasty refers to the addition of an incision in the skin bridge between the two nostrils (columella) in order to lift up the nasal skin for more direct visualization of the structures to be altered. The decision to use either the closed or open approach in revision rhinoplasty is based on surgeon preference and each technique has its pros and cons.. Cartilage grafts (portions of cartilage from the septum, ear, or a rib) are often necessary to accomplish the cosmetic and functional goals in secondary rhinoplasty. It is very common for the primary procedure to have depleted much of the ...
http://drsarmastclinic.ir/secondary-rhinoplasty/
*  Septal nasal cartilage - Wikipedia
The septal nasal cartilage, (cartilage of the septum or quadrangular cartilage) is composed of hyaline cartilage.[1] It is somewhat quadrilateral in form, thicker at its margins than at its center, and completes the separation between the nasal cavities in front.. Its anterior margin, thickest above, is connected with the nasal bones, and is continuous with the anterior margins of the lateral cartilages; below, it is connected to the medial crura of the greater alar cartilages by fibrous tissue.. Its posterior margin is connected with the perpendicular plate of the ethmoid; its inferior margin with the vomer and the palatine processes of the maxillae.. ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Septal_cartilage_of_the_nose
*  JAIRO | Proteoglycan from salmon nasal cartilage promotes in vitro wound healing of fibroblast monolayers via the CD44 receptor
Proteoglycan from salmon nasal cartilage promotes in vitro wound healing of fibroblast monolayers via the CD44 receptorProteoglycan from salmon nasal cartilage promotes in vitro wound healing of fibroblast monolayers via the CD44 receptor ...
http://jairo.nii.ac.jp/0002/00019538/en
*  Tissue Engineered Nasal Cartilage for Regeneration of Articular Cartilage - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov
Articular cartilage injuries are a prime target for regenerative techniques, since spontaneous healing is poor and untreated defects predispose to osteoarthritis. Common current strategies such as arthroscopic debridement, microfracture, autologous osteochondral grafting, use of allografts and autologous chondrocytes implantation (ACI) still have drawbacks such as long and complex rehabilitation times, technically challenging operation techniques, defect-size limitations, donor-site morbidity, limited graft material and high costs. Furthermore many techniques show unsatisfactory long term results due to inferior quality of repair tissue as compared to native cartilage or have yet to prove the cost versus benefit. These drawbacks could be overcome by using a tissue engineered nasal cartilage graft, thereby reducing donor site morbidity without introducing additional risk of complication or technically challenging techniques.. This study is a phase I, prospective, uncontrolled, investigator ...
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01605201?recr=Open&cond=%22Cartilage%2C+Articular%22&rank=5
*  Greater alar cartilage - Biology-Online Dictionary
Greater alar cartilage One of a pair of cartilages that form the tip of the nose. It consists of a medial crus that extends into the nasal septum with its fellow of the opposite side, and a lateral crus that forms the anterior part of the wing of the nose. ...
https://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Greater_alar_cartilage
*  Paraseptal cartilage | Article about paraseptal cartilage by The Free Dictionary
Looking for paraseptal cartilage? Find out information about paraseptal cartilage. A strip of hyaline cartilage extending from the anterior nasal spine upward and backward on either side of the septal cartilage of the nose and attached to... Explanation of paraseptal cartilage
https://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/paraseptal+cartilage
*  Bilateral Alar Cartilage Reduction Rhinoplasty Allows Primary Repair of Alar Defects In The Bulbous Nose.
Background:Plastic surgeons have many reconstructive options for lower nasal skin defects, but given the unique aesthetic features of nasal skin the best source for reconstruction is nasal skin itself, when sufficient quantity exists.Objective:The pu
http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Bilateral-Alar-Cartilage-Reduction-Rhinoplasty/23149198.html
*  Rhinoplasty: Fixing The Tip Of Your Nose
A tip rhinoplasty can address conditions such as a wide nasal tip, a bulbous nasal tip, or a nasal tip that has too much projection.
https://www.surgicalimages.com/videos/rhinoplasty-fixing-the-tip-of-your-nose
*  Crura of fornix | Article about crura of fornix by The Free Dictionary
Looking for crura of fornix? Find out information about crura of fornix. The shank of the hindleg, that portion between the femur and the ankle. Any of various parts of the body resembling a leg or root Explanation of crura of fornix
http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/crura+of+fornix
*  Frank Beier | Children's Health Research Institute
There are many different bone diseases that affect children. Some of these diseases are inherited, while others occur as a result of injuries, poor diet or specific medications. As a result of these diseases, patients might grow much slower than other children, or have a higher likelihood to break their bones, or suffer from specific deformities of their bones and joints that restrict movement. Most of our bones are formed as a cartilage model first, and this cartilage model also controls how fast our bones grow. Therefore, many bone diseases are actually due to problems that start in cartilage. My research group tries to understand the mechanisms that control the normal behavior of cartilage and how these mechanisms are changed in different diseases. By understanding these processes, we will be able to prevent and treat many types of bone and cartilage diseases affecting children. ...
http://chri.org/directory/frank-beier
*  Cartilage taken from my ear and placed in my nasal tip
The reason the cartilage graft was initially placed during your rhinoplasty was likely to give your nasal tip some shape and structure.
https://www.renudc.com/blog/i-had-cartilage-taken-from-my-ear-and-placed-in-my-tip
*  Rhinoplasty Grafts | Nose Job Cartilage Graft
New York double board certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. Sam Rizk can help sculpt a natural looking nose during a rhinoplasty procedure. To learn more about how Dr. Rizk performs a nose job surgery and what grafts he uses, schedule a consultation at his Manhattan office.
http://www.drsamrizk.com/grafts-in-rhinoplasty.html
*  Look At Her Beautiful Face: Look At Ashley Greene Beautiful Face
What about the nose?, if Ashley Greene's nose shape makes you think of the nose of Rachel Bilson, it can be said: Ashley Greene nose is also beautiful, just look at the shape of nasal bone on the top image, then look closely from the center of her temple bone (it's right under the center of Ashley Greene's forehead and between her two eyebrows) down to her lateral nasal cartilage and stop at her greater alar cartilage, Well...it's just hard to describe in words on how beautiful is the nose of Ashley Greene. In addition, the shape also looks very cute and makes you really want to hold it because of exasperation. ...
http://lookatherbeautifulface.blogspot.com/2010/03/look-at-ashley-greene-beautiful-face.html
*  rhinoplasty
Ethnic nasal surgery is a way to preserve the ethnic traits of a person's nasal and facial architecture while also solving aesthetic or functional nasal issues. This procedure may be right for you.. When it comes to ethnic nasal surgery, there are many nasal issues that prospective patients frequently bring to our practice. Frequently, ethnic rhinoplasty will involve correction of a bulbous nasal tip, a flat tip, flared or wide nostrils, a down-turned profile, or a flat bridge of the nose.. To discuss the exact nature of your cosmetic nasal issues during a consultation with a skilled medical professional, contact our office today. (more…). ...
http://www.rhinoplastysanfrancisco.com/tag/rhinoplasty-2/
*  Rapid method of mechanical analysis of sands | Journal of Sedimentary Research | GeoScienceWorld
A new method of mechanical analysis of sands employing settling velocities has been developed especially for use aboard ship in geologic work connected with the ocean. Since coarse grains fall faster in water than fine ones, a mechanical analysis of a sample of sediment can be made by allowing the material to settle through a long column of water and observing the amounts of material which reach the bottom of the column during successive experimentally determined time intervals. A complete analysis requires about five minutes for most sands. Among the advantages over sieving, other than saving in time and labor, are: (1) The results obtained are more closely related to conditions of deposition, since actual deposition of sand in water depends upon settling velocities rather than on mere size of grains. This is illustrated by a comparison of sieve and tube analyses of the same samples of sand. (2) Data can be taken for a continuous frequency curve by which a more complete picture of the degree of ...
https://pubs.geoscienceworld.org/sepm/jsedres/article-abstract/8/3/105/99426/rapid-method-of-mechanical-analysis-of-sands?redirectedFrom=fulltext
*  Forever Horses: November 2009
This noseband was designed by the Spanish Riding School and is still used by them today. It has been designed to fit lower down the horse's jaw and fits below the joint. This allows the noseband to restrict the opening of the jaw to a greater extent, compared to the cavesson. However, the drop noseband MUST NOT be fitted snugly. The horse must still be able to open its mouth to mouth the bit. If too tight, it will cause tension at the poll and jaw muscles which is detrimental to schooling the horse. It also has the ability to compact the nasal cartilage and nostrils if too tight. Thus, if the horse is working hard and breathing hard to get in more oxygen, the nostrils won't be able to widen enough. The horse's breathing must NEVER be hindered by a noseband. The 2-finger rule applies to this noseband too. If you feed your horse a treat and the horse is unable to chew it, the noseband is too tight ...
http://foreverhorses.blogspot.com/2009/11/
*  Study of Low Adherent Dressing Versus the Standard of Care for the Management of Skin Grafts Over Thermal Burns - Full Text...
Choosing to participate in a study is an important personal decision. Talk with your doctor and family members or friends about deciding to join a study. To learn more about this study, you or your doctor may contact the study research staff using the contacts provided below. For general information, Learn About Clinical Studies. ...
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01654094
*  Multi-component supramolecular assembly structures studied by scanning tunnelling microscopy on Environmental XPRT
Article Multi-component supramolecular assembly structures studied by scanning tunnelling microscopy. In this review, recent progress on the multi-component self-assembled structure and assembling mechanism are discussed. The effects of various inter...
https://www.environmental-expert.com/articles/multi-component-supramolecular-assembly-structures-studied-by-scanning-tunnelling-microscopy-435726