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The coils are meant to cause inflammation, building up scar tissue that blocks the tubes and stops eggs from being carried from the ovaries to the uterus.
Bieksa, 36, hasn't suited up since the procedure to have scar tissue removed from his hand.
Herrick can make a fist, something the scar tissue refused to accommodate the first couple months after the Lilac Fire tore through the horse training facility near Bonsall.
Fibrous scar tissue can develop around and within the old hair follicle.
Frank Jackson medical update: The Pelicans announced on Monday that rookie guard Frank Jackson will miss the rest of the season after undergoing a successful scar tissue removal, debridement and injection to his right foot.
It was injected into the triceps muscle and was coated in bio-bond and was meant to be permanent, so the device could only be removed with much pain and scar tissue.
Without regular monitoring and timely treatment, kids can develop fibrosis, an abnormally large amount of scar tissue in the liver.
When detected early, it can usually be cured by surgery alone, by removing the implant and the capsule of scar tissue that forms around it.
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