Any of the bundles of collagen fibers that pass into the outer circumferential lamellae of bone or into the cementum of teeth.
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Nutritional vs. HealthyYou’ll often see these two words in the same paragraph or even the same sentence, and at first glance, it seems natural that healthy and nutritional would go hand-in-hand. But, a closer examination reveals the true scope of each word, and a better understanding may help you make better food choices. (No judgment. Some of us are still holding on to our love of a certain breakfast cereal …
- perforated substance,
- perforated tape,
- perforated ulcer,
- perforating abscess,
- perforating artery,
- perforating vein,
- perforating wound,
- perforation gauge,
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