... upper lips and in the nasolabial folds. A similar group
of patients received injections of ordinary ... follow up, the researchers found the Artecoll group
showed 86.7 percent better augmentation of loose skin than the group
which received only collagen. Adverse reactions ...
Canadian Health Libraries Association
... held in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1975. The Canadian group
of the MLA met there (it was its second meeting, ... schools under the aegis of the ACMC. The ACMC group
had been officially formed in 1967 and first met ... that had been founded in 1961.
The second group
which was active in 1975 was the Health Sciences ...
Sexual orientation and medicine
... Rights is founded in San Francisco as a support group
for gay and lesbian medical students, residents, and other health care providers. The group
claims to be the first LGBT medical society in ... the charter of the its LGBT medical student group
after the applies to change its name from Student ...
... The medical profession is the social and occupational structure of the group
of people formally trained and authorized to apply medical knowledge. Many ... Rare diseases
^ AHIMA e-HIM Work group
on the Legal Health Record. (2005). " Update: Guidelines for Defining the ...
The Personalized Medicine Coalition , a group
of companies and research institutions devoted to the promotion of ... Medicine . A peer-reviewed journal published by Future Science group
Personalized Medicine investors coverage on Yahoo
The Gene Sherpa . ...
American Dietetic Association
... students, clinical and community dietetics professionals, consultants and food service managers.
ADA was founded in 1917 in Cleveland, Ohio , by a group
of women led by Lenna F. Cooper and ADA's first president, Lulu C. Graves , who were dedicated to helping the government conserve food and improve ...
... Study of Children with Cyanotic and Pallid Breath Holding Spells. Pediatrics February 2001
An online Support group
for Parents of Breath Holders has been started at http://groups.msn.com/BreathHoldingSpellsSupportGroup/
... and parts of artificial hearts. They were first created 30 years ago by a professor in NC State’s College of Textiles. Medical textiles are a broader group
wich also include bandages, wound dressings, hospital linnen, preventive clothing etc. Antiseptic biotextiles are textiles used in fighting against ...
Depolarization-induced suppression of inhibition
... strengthening, such as in long-term potentiation (Carlson et al. 2002).
A note on DSE
While working with the cerebellum, Kreitzer's group
also discovered that depolarization of Purkinje cells could also cause a temporary reduction in excitatory input into these cells from both climbing ...
Familial isolated vitamin e deficiency
... tagged since November 2006 .
Editing Familial isolated vitamin E deficiency
Classification & external resources
ICD - 10
ICD - 9
Familial Isolated Vitamin E Deficiency is ...
Family history (medicine)
... same toxin , then they may develop similar symptoms without a genetic cause.
If a patient has a strong family history of a particular disorder (or group
of disorders), this will generally lead to a lower threshold for investigating symptoms.
In diseases with a known hereditary component, many ...
... 2 ). They are not due to pockets of the synovium protruding from the joint capsule, a common misconception. They occur most often in the 20–60 age group
and are three times more common in females 1 . They are benign but need to be differentiated from more serious conditions. They contain clear fluid ...
... are antibodies induced by external antigens (Heterophile Antigens) that nevertheless cross-react with self-antigens. For example antibodies against group
A Streptococcus cell walls can also react with human heart tissues. These are considered heterophile antibodies. ...
... common kinds of procedures are therapeutic (i.e., with the intention or treating, curing or restoring function or structure), including the large group
or surgical procedures. Rehabilitation procedures are included in this group.
1 List of medical procedures
Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment
The British Neuropsychiatry Association
Royal College of Psychiatrists, Special Interest group
in Neuropsychiatry (SIGN)
American Neuropsychiatric Association
International Neuropsychiatric Association
Royal Melbourne Hospital ...
... Pharmaconomist ( Danish : farmakonom ) means expert in pharmaceuticals .
Pharmaconomists are a pharmaceutically trained professional group
in Denmark (including Greenland and Faroe Islands ) with a 3-year higher education . Each year about 180 pharmaconomist students graduate ...
... has been compared to the work of air traffic controllers, EMDs and firefighters — all high stakes activities. Vimla Patel, Ph.D., described how a group
of RNs working in an emergency department setting made “real world” decisions in telephone triage. She discovered that these nurses used pattern ...