... extending past a set delineation known as the 'tumor margin'. 
This is an important issue in areas that are functionally important (ie. large vessels
like the aorta or vital organs), or in areas for which the extent of surgery is minimized due to aesthetic concerns (ie. melanoma of the face or ...
... is the width of a single line drawn by a ballpoint pen.) Blunt syringes and cannulas are used to place the fat so that no damage is done to blood vessels
or nerves . The fat is layered from the pectoralis major muscle up through the top of the breast; the surgeons rely on the fat injections to ...
... - Aortic dissection - Raynaud's phenomenon / Raynaud's disease - Buerger's disease - Intermittent claudication
Veins , lymphatic vessels
and lymph nodes
Thrombosis - Phlebitis - Deep vein thrombosis - Portal vein thrombosis - Venous thrombosis - Budd-Chiari syndrome - ...
... presence of jaundice, pallor or clubbing )
Head , eye , ear , nose , and throat (HEENT)
Cardiovascular ( heart and blood vessels
Respiratory (large airways and lungs )
Abdomen and rectum
Genitalia (and pregnancy if the patient is or could be pregnant)
... precise within 0.01 mm (compare to 2mm by neurosurgeons with years of experience).  With NeuroArm, experience neurosurgeons can join together vessels
that are much smaller. 
When performing surgery, NeuroArm will be used in conjunction with the iMotion 1.5 Tesla Magnet. The iMotion magnet ...
... In medicine , stasis means the state in which the normal flow of a body liquid stops, for example the flow of blood through vessels
or of intestinal contents through the digestive tract .