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A reparative period of about four days follows, and then a period of quiescence until the next menstruation commences.
What has been done has been reparative, and all in the best taste.
No doubt this was the boon by which the reparative Chamber would signalise its joyous advent.
Sleep and quiet are essential features of nature's reparative process.
This reparative power is possessed by some other animals, of which the starfishes and crustacea are the most familiar instances.
Beyond this phagocytic action, they do not appear to play any direct part in the reparative process.
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Cartilage being a non-vascular tissue, the reparative process goes on slowly, and it may be many weeks before it is complete.
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This modification of the reparative process can be best studied clinically in a recent wound which has been packed with gauze.
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An unhealthy or devitalised condition of the patient's tissues also hinders the reparative process.
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If we are asked, Is such or such a disease a reparative process?

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