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Soft Tissue Injuries

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Disease relevance of Soft Tissue Injuries


High impact information on Soft Tissue Injuries


Chemical compound and disease context of Soft Tissue Injuries


Biological context of Soft Tissue Injuries


Anatomical context of Soft Tissue Injuries

  • Injuries at the vertebral levels T8, T9, and T10 represent a gray zone; and, depending on adjacent soft tissue injury, in these patients an upper or lower motor neuron bladder dysfunction developed [18].
  • LPS is the most prominent form of instability of the knee in patients complaining of "giving way" of the knee, and recovery from severe soft-tissue injury to the knee joint [19].

Gene context of Soft Tissue Injuries


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Soft Tissue Injuries


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