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1. 17 BIO-ARTIFICIAL ORGANS The example of - Springer Link

Introduction to bio-artificial organs. The design and production of bio-artificial
organs is one of the most challenging applications of a relatively new science:
tissue engineering. Tissue engineering has been defined as "an interdisciplinary
field which applies the principles of engineering and life sciences towards the ...
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2. 3D Bioprinting Technologies for Hard Tissue and Organ - MDPI

Sep 27, 2016 ... successes. Each of the technologies has pros and cons in hard tissue and organ
engineering. In this review, we summarize the advantages and disadvantages of
the historical available innovative 3D ... Keywords: hard tissues and organs;
mechanical properties; composite materials; bones; teeth; cartilage.
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3. 3D Printing of Organs for Transplantation - Yale School of

Feb 22, 2016 ... Within organ engi- neering, there have been a lot of advances in the last decade,
among them, is three-dimensional bioprinting (3D bioprinting). 3D bioprinting can
... This article is part of the Topical Collection on Tissue Engineering and ... tion of
synthetic organs such as 3D-printed hepatic models with the ...
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4. 3D Printing of Organs for Transplantation - Yale School of

Feb 22, 2016 ... USA are on the waiting list for organ transplantation. ... organ [3••]. The goal of 3D
bioprinting is to reproduce a func- tioning tissue or organ with its natural
microenvironment and architecture that can mimic the original organ and
eventually can ... tion of synthetic organs such as 3D-printed hepatic models.
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5. 3D Printing of Organs for Transplantation - Yale School of

Feb 22, 2016 ... Within organ engi- neering, there have been a lot of advances in the last decade,
among them, is three-dimensional bioprinting (3D bioprinting). 3D bioprinting can
be ... tion of synthetic organs such as 3D-printed hepatic models with the .... (b)
Bioink—usually made out of tissue spheroids or cul- tured cells.
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6. 3D Printing of Organs for Transplantation - Yale School of

Feb 22, 2016 ... graphical locations, to the quality of available organs given the projections of very
modest growth in donor ... biodegradable 3D scaffold of a human bladder with
seeded autologous urothelial and muscle cells [5]. ... based on Murphy's
descriptions. & Micro-extrusion Bioprinting—This type of 3D bioprinting.
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7. 4 Biomaterials and Artificial Organs - Wiley Online Library

4 Biomaterials and Artificial Organs. 4.1 Introduction. Artificial organs are man-
made devices or machines which, by replacing faulty parts of the body, perform
complex tasks for maintenance of life. Those organs which have been
successfully implemented in humans include the heart, the kidneys, the pancreas
and in the ...
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8. Achievements and Advances for Artificial Organs - Wiley Online

It has been a year of evolution for Artificial Organs and its readership, and more
changes are on the horizon. The editorial office and the publishing team at Wiley
are excited to share some of these advances with the readership. Readership of
the journal continues to be strong. Full-text downloads of articles in 2012 totaled.
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9. Anatomia Color Atlas and Textbook of Human Anatomy Volume 3

Color Atlas and Textbook of Human Anatomy in 3 volumes. Volume 1: Locomotor
System by Werner Platzer. Volume 2: Internal Organs by Helmut Leonhardt ...
Thieme. Stuttgart · New York. Volume 3. Nervous System and. Sensory Organs
by. Werner Kahle, M.D.. Professor Emeritus. Institute of Neurology. University of ...
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10. Anatomical Terminology

Body organization. 1. Body cavities – hollow spaces within the human body that
contain internal organs. a) The dorsal cavity: located toward the back of the body,
is divided into the cranial cavity (which holds the brain) and vertebral or spinal
cavity (which holds the spinal cord). b) The ventral cavity: located toward the front
 ...
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1. 2. Understanding Lung Cancer - Lung Foundation Australia

usual cause. Mesothelioma. Mesothelioma is a rare type of cancer that affects the
protective membrane around the body's internal organs (the mesothelium). It
usually affects the pleural membranes around the lungs but can also occur in the
lining of the abdomen or around the heart. Exposure to asbestos, a mineral used
in ...
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2. AMA Glossary of Medical Terms A

AMA Glossary of Medical Terms. (Source: www.ama-assn.org ).
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z. A. Abdominal
cavity- the part of the body between the bottom of the ribs and the top of the
thighs, containing most of the digestive and urinary systems along with some
reproductive organs.
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3. D. Pharmacy ordinance and syllabus (2016-17 Onwards)

Examinations and syllabus laid-down by the University. 3. ELIGIBILITY FOR
APPEARING IN EXAMINATION ... Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence. 50. 2. -. -. Drug
store and Business Management. 75. 3 ..... Study with the help of charts and
models of the following system and organs: a. Digestive system; Respiratory
system b.
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4. DEFINITIVE_ Flowering plants OKx - Xtec

The flowers contain the male and female reproductive organs needed to
reproduce. The flower part of a flowering plant makes the seeds. The main parts
of a flower are the carpels and stamens. These parts are often found in the centre
of the flower. There are egg cells in the carpel and pollen cells in the stamen. All
flowers ...
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5. DiGeorge Syndrome - Kennedy Krieger Institute

DiGeorge syndrome (DGS) is a particular group of clinical ... orders. Similar
disorders including velo-cardiofacial syndrome (VCFS or Shprintzen syn- ... The
severity of the syndrome and the organs affected can range. Characteristic facial
features. • Long face. • Low set, malformed ears. • Underdeveloped chin. •
Bulbous ...
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6. Evolution of Illustrations in Anatomy: A Study - Semantic Scholar

Jul 22, 2014 ... incredibly detailed (Perloff, 2013). Some of his legendary art- work in anatomy
includes the depiction of reproductive organs of both men and women, the
illustration of coitus, sketches of muscles of superior extremity, representations of
hand, drawings of human skeleton to name a few (Mathé,. 1984; Dunn ...
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7. Immunology and Serology - The Carter Center

Describe the historical background of immunology. 1.1 Historical Background of
Immunology. Immunology is defined as the study of the molecules, cells, organs,
and systems responsible for the recognition and disposal of foreign material.
Immunology began as a branch of microbiology. The study of infectious disease
and ...
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8. Poisonous Plants - Nebraska Regional Poison Center

These plants contain a wide variety of poisons and symptoms may vary from a
mild stomach ache, skin rash, swelling of the mouth and throat to involvement of
the heart, kidneys or other organs. The Nebraska Regional. Poison Center can
give you more specific information on these or other plants. Please call ...
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9. The Vedangas (Organs of the Vedas)

Jul 9, 2007 ... Siksha lays down the rules of phonetics – pronunciation / sounds / duration of
utterance of each syllable – euphony. The goal is to achieve correct
pronunciation and articulation through, akshara suddhi (syllable purity); svara
suddhi (tonal / pitch purity – discussed in Vol. 1.2) and maatraa suddhi (
durational ...
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Morphology of Angiosperms. Q A typical angiospermic plant is sporophytic (2n)
and is having vegetative parts and reproductive parts. Vegetative parts or organs
of an angiospermic plant are root, stem and leaves. 0 Flower formation is the
transitional phase in the life cycle of an angiospermic plant (change from
vegetative.
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