... line extending from the pixel position through the body of the patient. activity
closer to the camera face will produce more information in the image than activity
located deeper in the body, however, because of attenuation by tissues ...
Depolarization-induced suppression of inhibition
... in the central nervous system. GABA is typically released by small interneurons in many regions of the brain, where its job is to inhibit the activity
of primary neurons, such as the CA1 pyramidal neurons of the hippocampus or the Purkinje cells of the cerebellum. Activation of GABA receptors on ...
Healthy People 2010
... non-governmental organizations. Ten leading health indicators that are the immediate, major health concerns have been identified. They are: physical activity
, overweight and obesity , tobacco use, substance abuse , responsible sexual behavior, mental health , injury and violence , environmental ...
... Medical writing is the activity
of writing scientific documentation by someone who is a specialized writer (a medical writer ) and is generally not one of the scientists or doctors ...
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Poor maternal parenting
frontal-subcortical circuitry, right caudate activity
Saxena et al (1998), Gamazo-Garran, Soutullo and Ortuno (2002)
Narcissistic/Poor maternal parenting/escapism/ unresolved ...
... ECG as well as respiratory flow and effort. The technologist or an assistant places wired electrodes on one's head to collect and score brain wave activity
( electroencephalogram or EEG ). Then there are electrodes which document eye movement ( electrooculogram or EOG ), fluctuation of muscle tension ...
... with CHF, asthma, and diabetes. All staff will be cross trained, as nurses monitor blood pressures and weights for home health clients, uterine activity
for high risk mothers and intermittent cardiac arrhythmias to identify, diagnose and treat some cardiac problems.
Telehealth will subsume telephone ...
... bipolar disorder. Expert Opin Pharmacother. 2001 Dec;2(12):1963-73. 
Ultra-ultra rapid cycling bipolar disorder is associated with the low activity
catecholamine-O-methyltransferase allele. Kramlinger KG, Post RM. Br J Psychiatry. 1996 Mar;168(3):314-23. abstract here - 
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