These waters are frequently impregnated with alkali or salt, and on evaporating leave upon the bed of the lake a thin encrustation of snowy whiteness.
During the wet season the valleys often contain ephemeral lakes, whose waters on evaporating leave a playa, or mud flat, often covered with an alkaline encrustation of snowy whiteness.
Less Metal Visible: Smaller stones can fit together more closely, eliminating even more metal from showing through the diamond encrustation.
catheter encrustation in both methods is needed.
Bibby J. M., Hukins D.W. (1993) ' Acidification is not a feasible method for preventing encrustation of indwelling urinary catheters ' .
Because of the risk of introducing infection, they should not be used to reduce catheter encrustation - rather the catheter should be replaced.
Conventional prevention and treatment of this problem involves acidification of the urine in order to prevent or dissolve the encrustation.
Morris N., Stickler D., Winters C. (1997) ' Which indwelling urethral catheters resist encrustation by Proteus mirabilis biofilms?
Getliffe K., Hughes S., Le Claire M. (2000) ' The dissolution of urinary catheter encrustation ' .
The lower area of the vessel is worn and there are traces of white encrustation.
Getliffe K. (2002) ' Managing recurrent urinary catheter encrustation ' .
Thick white, cream and black encrustation, especially in the damaged area.
encrustation on the surface of this figure excluding the face, which is particularly smooth.
This demonstrated a poor control and a larger sample with catheter encrustation in both methods is needed.
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