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I am not sure if I understood your question correctly and also this is not my main field of knowledge, even though let me try to make my contribution with this (not final) answer. Stem cells can be categorized into several groups depending on their ability to differentiate: Totipotent: can differentiate into all cell types; Pluripotent: can differentiate ...


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Acellular dermal matrix has been used experimentally [1,2] to successfully repair vaginal agenesis in cisgender female patients, so there's some evidence to support that ADM could be used in an SRS vaginoplasty. It's important to note that these authors are from institutions in China, which may mean that their surgical technique is region-specific (and ...


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There are many factors that can determine how well an individual will heal and scar. While many treatments have been suggested for the treatment of scars, only a few of them have been supported by prospective studies with an adequate control group. As a result, the development of hypertrophic scars and keloids remains an unsolved problem in the process of ...


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The question of augmentation-or-prothesis first is difficult to answer, and may even be based on the personal physiology of an individual. As such, health.se can't address that question. Regarding the second question, "can chin-augmentation affect the individual's bite...", there's a study done with porous hydroxyapatite (not sure if chin-augmentation ...


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To be clear with Surgery Nomenclature, it does not matter how the injury was inflicted. The term you are seeking is: "Depressed Cutaneous Scar". More information here(Pay-wall), and here. (Colloquially known as 'icepick scars') Depressed cutaneous scar treatment A common surgical treatment option is known as a Subcision. "...involves sliding ...


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Lidocaine1 is not categorized as a painkiller but as a (local) anesthetic; it can be used during minor procedures where the patient has full awareness by injecting it to the preferred site of action. It inhibits the sodium channels on the nerve endings in the skin. Therefore it provides insensibility of ALL nerve fibers, both causing numbness in the skin ...


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Excessive calorie intake results in an increase of the body fat tissue but not muscle or bone tissue. Obesity does not make your bones thicker or longer. I don't have any source to back up this, but fat accumulates in fat cells and there are no or very few fat cells in the bone walls. In adults with acromegaly, which is a hormonal disorder caused by ...


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