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Body shaping

... , in order to walk , the patient must reach down and gather up the extra skin hanging on the lower ... lift or abdominoplasty. Excess skin hanging down over the pubic region is often the distorting ... inner leg, starting near the groin and continuing down to the knee . Some fat may be removed with ...

Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)

... where the clatharate is metastable at ambient pressure, and the pressure allowed to go to ambient. The "biological tissue" is then gradually cooled down to some appropriate temperature at normal atmospheric pressure and stored an indefinite time. The method protects biological tissues by retention ...

Fat transfer

... since the 1980s have tracked success, safety and failure rates of fat transfer. [4] [5] In most applications, fat injections are laid down through several different layers of skin and muscle to provide a better chance for the fat cells to find a nearby blood supply. Because some fat ...

Extracorporeal shockwave therapy

... the area. By having shock wave therapy a new inflammatory process is created and the brain can react to it by sending the necessary body nutrients down to the area to promote healing. For treatment of heel pain the FDA study criteria is quite specific. A person has had to have experienced heel pain ...

Gastric lavage

... 4 See also 5 External links Technique Gastric lavage involves the passage of a tube via the mouth or nose down into the stomach, followed by sequential administration and removal of small volumes of liquid. The placement of the tube in the stomach must be ...

Pathology

... renal carcinoma v • d • e Pathology : chromosome abnormalities ( Q90-Q99 ) Autosomal trisomies down syndrome (21), Edwards syndrome (18), Patau syndrome (13), Trisomy 9 , Warkany syndrome 2 (8) Autosomal monosomies/deletions ...

Personalized medicine

... aka GINA. It was passed in the House of Representatives 420-3 and appears to have major support in the Senate. This will legislation will break down a significant barrier to this technology Patients Patients will clearly be influenced by proven success as is the case with Herceptin ...

Unsolved problems in medicine

... article has been tagged since August 2006 . Some unsolved problems in medicine include: Aging . Is it possible to stop it or slow it down ? Autism . What are the root causes of autism? Is autism a physiological or a mental disorder? Are all of the groupings of Autism Spectrum ...
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