Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)
... can be promissing.  
cooled below the freezing point of water are ... mechanism of freezing damage in living biological tissues
has been elucidated by Renfret (1968) (Renfret ... eutectic and freezes. The final state of frozen tissues
is pure ice in the former extracellular spaces, ...
... upwards and free from the bone, pulled the tissues
up toward the top of the head, trimmed the excess ... in the skull
First, the surgeon frees the tissues
of the forehead from the skull, then lifts them ... the height of the lift by simply moving the tissues
up on the Endotine. If left undisturbed for 30 to ...
... of disease through examination of organs , tissues
, cells and bodily fluids . The term encompasses both the medical specialty which uses tissues
and body fluids to obtain clinically useful ... and examination of diseased bodies, organs, and tissues
may seem obvious today, but there are few if any ...
... closer to the camera face will produce more information in the image than activity located deeper in the body, however, because of attenuation by tissues
between the radionuclide event and the camera face. Tomographic imaging applies similar principles, taking multiple planar images from different ...
... of place as needed, without affecting surgical, anesthetic, and nursing management." 
"Tests will be conducted on mannequins, cadavers and tissues
to prove to Health Canada and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration that it is safe for people. Officials hope neuroArm will be used to treat its ...