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“In my third week I open up my laptop to give a lecture on antibiotic resistance and soft-tissue infections.”
“Every older adult would graduate five years before retirement, say, from their standard GP to senior GGP.I would like to see their clinics boosted by an army of multi-skilled, soft-tissue therapists to tackle all those misdiagnosed "frozen" shoulders and "arthritic" joints; to provide serious and, where necessary, extended rehab after joint surgery; and to deal with all that unnecessary low-level pain that blights daily life for so many.”
“Structural massage, which focuses on soft-tissue abnormalities, requires more training and may be more likely to be paid for by health insurance plans, which may equate it with physical therapy, said Cherkin.”
“Synovis develops, manufactures and markets medical devices used primarily in surgical procedures for soft-tissue repair, including its Peri-Strips, as well as orthopedic and wound-management products.”
“In 2010 at the age of 10, Blake was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare soft-tissue cancer.”
“Other doctors have speculated that he has sarcoma, a soft-tissue cancer.”
“Other popular noninvasive procedures include soft-tissue facial fillers, chemical peels and microdermabrasion.”
“Metal-on-metal" hip parts were supposed to wear better than plastic, but their use is declining due to concerns that they can release metal ions into patients' bloodstreams and cause soft-tissue damage.”
“An oncologist suspected this "suspicious mass" was a soft-tissue sarcoma.”
“The Celution System, which takes a patient's own body fat and enriches it with living cells to fill in soft-tissue voids, is already on the market in Europe and Asia.”
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