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Muscle oedema, which can be seen as a thickness increment by ultrasonography, is important in provoking pain and fatigue during low-level contraction. Although oedema is related to the balance of inflow and outflow of blood, there are no data on the correlation between muscle thickness change and...
Dental enamel is believed to form by the transfer of ions from solution, primarily calcium, phosphate, hydroxyl and carbonate, to the surface of solid-state mineral. Such precipitation phenomena can be controlled by regulating the degree of saturation of the solution with respect to the potential...