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- ‘They may be located within the thorax embedded in thymic tissue, in the posterior mediastinum, and in the areolar tissue associated with the pericardium.’
- ‘Loose areolar tissue is the least solid, with gelatinous material among its fibres.’
- ‘The ventral paratenon consists of fatty mesenteric-like areolar tissue that is rich in blood vessels that nourish the tendon.’
- ‘For capsule contracture, ‘We have done a capsulotomy through the belly button, although it's more difficult than the areolar approach.’’
- ‘It is covered by a sheath of areolar connective tissue from which thin fibrous septa extend into the gland and subdivide it into many distinct lobules.’
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