... industry is mature and only achieving a growth
rate of the order of 4% per annum. Its products ... bioinformatics systems which will allow greater growth
in tests that are available.
Still the major problem in growth
of tests such as these is their clinical utility ...
Severe microcytic hypochromic anemia, growth
retardation and recurrent infections are the first clinical signs of the ... or purified apotransferrin may stabilise or correct the anemia and growth
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attenuation is an elective medical treatment which involves administering ... been treated for excessive tallness in North America.
More recently, growth
attenuation treatment has been in the news as part of the controversial ...
... tissue cells and blood vessel -forming cells as a result of hormonal growth
signals. While healing is a critical adaptive response, an aberrent ... ( Sheehan's syndrome , Kallmann syndrome , Simmonds' disease , growth
hormone deficiency ) - Diabetes insipidus - Hypothalamic-pituitary ...
Blind loop syndrome
... is a medical condition that occurs when the intestine is obstructed, slowing or stopping the progress of digested food, and thus facilitating the growth
of bacteria to the point that problems in nutrient absorption occur.
Artificial induction of immunity
... with their greater resolving power in the 20th century.
Some diseases, such as tetanus , cause disease not by bacterial growth
but by bacterial production of a toxin . Tetanus toxin is so lethal that humans cannot develop immunity to a natural infection, as the amount of ...
... A clean margin is a medical term referring to the attempt in surgical oncology to resect a tumor with no portion of the malignant growth
on microscopic examination by a pathologist extending past a set delineation known as the 'tumor margin'. 
This is an important issue in ...
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy
... for this procedure include: neurological and vascular disease of the foot, history of rupture of the plantar fascial ligament, open bone growth
plates, pregnancy, implanted metal in the area (bone screws and pins) and people on medication that interferes with blood clotting such as coumadin ...
Hospital and Welfare Services Union
... first General Secretary was Archibald Milne an Assistant General Relieving Officer at Willsden, but he was soon replaced by Vincent Evans
While the growth
of the union in this sector was unspectacler, the union developed a unique and successful sectional or "guild" system of union organisation, the most ...
... market as quickly as possible, writing documents that can be read and understood quickly and easily has become an ever higher priority. Hence, the growth
of professional medical writing.
Types of medical writing
Medical writing that is sponsored by the pharmaceutical industry and is done by ...
... the " satellite cells " which help to regenerate skeletal muscle fibers, and a decrease in sensitivity to or the availability of critical secreted growth
factors which are necessary to maintain muscle mass and satellite cell survival.
In addition to the simple loss of muscle mass ( atrophy ), or the ...