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Tinea - Fissure (3) / Shackles (3) - Fissure / Shackles (Vinyl)

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  2. the fissure is enhanced [7]. 3. Supervised Enhancement Filter: As the name indicates, it is a supervised technique. Here training and testing take place. Some voxels from the training images are taken and some features are extracted to train the classifier. Then the testing voxels are tested with the classifiers.
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  4. A fissure may fail to heal because of scarring or muscle spasms of the internal anal sphincter muscle. Surgery usually consists of making a cut to a small portion of the internal anal sphincter muscle to reduce pain and spasms and allow the fissure to heal. Cutting the muscle rarely results in the loss of ability to control bowel movements.
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  7. – Fissure (3) Tinea: A3 – Fissure (3) Memoirs Of The Balding Metalhead: A4 – Fissure (3) Memophiliac Knife Fight: A5 – Fissure (3) Greg Plight (Not Faster Than A Speeding Train) A6 – Fissure (3) C.C. Beat: B1 – Shackles (3) Pried Reopen: B2 – Shackles (3) Strip Mined: B3 – Shackles (3) A Promising Future Behind You: B4 /5(4).
  8. The superior orbital fissure syndrome (SOFS) is an uncommon complication after craniofacial trauma. According to Banks, 1 Hirschfeld first described a trauma patient with the physical sign of SOFS in Lakke 2 further defined the complete SOFS, which consisted of paresis of the ocular muscle, sensory disturbance in the distribution of the first branch of trigeminal nerve, and retroorbital.