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TETight End (football)
TEThe End
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TETest Equipment
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TETyrone (Ireland)
TETax Exempt
TETrial and Error
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TETellurium
TETelecom Egypt
TETop Entry (product feature)
TETemporary Employment
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TETest Engineer
TETraining Equipment
TETransfer Efficiency
TETechnology and Engineering
TETerminal Equipment
TETough Enough (TV show)
TETransportation Enhancements
TETrailing Edge
TEThreaded End (fittings)
TETechnical Evaluation
TETest & Evaluation
TELithuanian Airlines (IATA airline code)
TETraining Establishment (various locations)
TETextEdit (Macintosh ROM program)
TEThermo Electric
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TETotally Enclosed
TETop Event
TEThermal Efficiency
TETris-EDTA (Ethylenediamine Tetraacetic Acid; buffered solution)
TEThromboembolic Events
TETietoEnator (Swedish/Finnish consultant firm)
TETransverse Electric
TETeramo, Abruzzo (Italian province)
TEThermal Equilibrium
TETracking Error
TETime Extension
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TETransmitted Electron (physics)
TETable Editor
TETrue Evil (gaming)
TETeam Europe (gaming)
TETamper Evident (package)
TETherapeutic Exercise(s)
TETherapeutic Equivalence
TETheistic Evolutionist
TEThoroughly Educated
TETransmission Engineer
TEThrowing Error (baseball)
TETriennium Ending
TETerrestrial Ecology
TETexas Electric (Railroad)
TETechnology Evangelist
TETax Examiner
TETest Edition
TEThroat Erosion (firearms)
TETaxable Equivalent
TEExpiratory Time (medicine)
TETurbo Electric Drive (US Navy)
TETissue Equivalent (plastics)
TETechnical Exhibit (to a solicitation package)
TEToledo Edison
TETesting Effort
TETelefis Eireann (Ireland)
TETravel and Expense
TETransfer Engineering
TETime to Echo (magnetic resonance imaging)
TEToxoplasmic Encephalitis (infectious disease)
TETelecom Eireann (Irish telephone company)
TETransient Event
TETurbine Entertainment (gaming software)
TETraditional Expression
TETask Element
TETransactions on Education (IEEE)
TEThreat Evaluation
TETranslation Equivalent
TETemperature Element
TETeaching Event (Performance Assessment for California Teachers)
TETactical Exploitation
TETestifying Expert
TETransitional Employee
TETechnical Escort
TETelecommunications Enclosure
TETexture Engine (computer science)
TETable of Equipment
TETropical Establishment
TETritium Extraction
TETarget Extraction
TETemporal Expansion
TETiming Electronics
TETractor England (Ferguson Tractor manufacturer circa 1950)
TETribes: Extreme (game)
TETime for Emergence
TETiming for Emphasis (PNF technique)
TETransaction Executive
TETerritorial Engagement (gaming)
TETooling Element
TETest Execution Technician
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Mino-Wrap is a liquefying gel-based wrap containing minocycline and rifampin for reducing tissue expander (TE) infections following breast reconstructive surgeries.
Medical device company AirXpanders Inc (ASX:AXP) reported on Friday the receipt of marketing approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) for the smooth shell version of the AeroForm Tissue Expander.
Rapid elongation of arteries and veins in rats with a tissue expander. Plast Reconstr Surg 1987;80:570.81.
Direct-to-Implant Reconstruction Using a tissue expander delays breast reconstruction.
Sixty percent of patients in this group underwent reconstruction by a tissue expander and the remaining 40% underwent immediate DIEP flap-based reconstruction (Table 3).
Consequently, soft tissue expanders have been introduced in implant therapy, as pre-augmentation devices, to avoid the complications associated with bone-grafting procedures [6-9].
To date, AeroForm tissue expanders using this microvalve have been implanted in 98 patients in the U.S.
If the mastectomy flap is deemed viable, the surgeon can proceed with immediate reconstruction by creating a pocket for a tissue expander. Either a partial or a complete submuscular pocket is created, with the same dimensions as the selected expander.
Our patient successfully underwent tissue expander placement which significantly relieved the tracheal stenosis.
The second stage consisted of the removal of the tissue expander and reconstruction of the defect.
Until MRI compatibility has been confirmed, the metallic or magnetic component of this device should be considered a contraindication to MRI due to possible overheating, tissue expander displacement, and possible demagnetization of the localization marker.
When she was five she became the centre's youngest patient to have special balloon - or tissue expander - placed under her scalp to allow new skin and hair to grow gradually.