... of blood depends on the contraction of the heart
. When the heart
contracts it generates a pulse or energy wave ... Lecture of 1808 (Young T: On the function of the heart
and arteries: The Croonian lecture. Phil Trans ...
... by anemia and hemosiderosis in the heart
and liver . The iron damage to the heart
can lead to heart
failure . The anemia is typically microcytic ...
... being hypertrophy of muscle cells in the heart
in response to increased resistance to blood ... ( I )
disease - Hypertensive nephropathy - ... - Renovascular hypertension
Angina pectoris - Prinzmetal's ...
... by questions on the body's main organ systems ( heart
, lungs , digestive tract , urinary tract , ... , nose , and throat (HEENT)
Cardiovascular ( heart
and blood vessels )
Respiratory (large ... with terminal illnesses including cancer and heart
Pediatrics (AE) or paediatrics ...
... A high cholesterol is associated with death from heart
disease, so it is believed that a treatment that ... must also be effective in reducing death from heart
disease. "Death from heart
disease" is the endpoint of interest, but ...
Ambulatory blood pressure
... the BP dip, with categories such as non-dipper (
According to American heart
Association 3 , it shows that an excessive morning blood pressure surge ... in elderly people with high blood pressure.
Based on American heart
Association D i p = 1 − f r a c ( s l e e p S B P )( A w ...
... colonoscopy to remove the polyps. 
Other types of scans include heart
, Brain , Bone density , Angiogram , Carotid artery .  
... " My Fault ", Dr. Kelso decides to offer full-body scans at Sacred heart
Hospital, despite the objections of Dr. Cox .
... "body-wasting" syndrome that is a co-morbidity of cancer and Congestive heart
Failure ; Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease ; burns, liver failure, ... or conditions which can induce skeletal muscle atrophy are congestive heart
disease and liver disease.
Other muscles diseases, distinct from ...
Numbering aberrant rhythms
... Bigeminy (Latin: Bi-Two Gemini-twins) is a descriptor for a heart
arrhythmia in which abnormal heart
beats occur every other concurrent beat. A typical example is with ...
... Other medical considerations the plastic surgeon must take into account include scars already present on the body, current medical conditions like heart
disease or bleeding disorders, and if the patient smokes . Other possible risks include infections and reactions and complications due to ...
... for that condition; now it is seen less frequently in those countries where such treatment is available. In those patients who have Congestive heart
Failure , there is also a cachectic syndrome. Also, a cachexia co-morbidity is seen in patients that have any of the range of illnesses classified as ...
... 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. ...
... have some heritable predisposition as well as environmental influence.
Personalized medicine aims to identify these families at risk for cancer , heart
disease , diabetes , etc. Once identified by simple family history including a 3 generation pedigree or advanced genetic testing, the person could ...
... document eye movement ( electrooculogram or EOG ), fluctuation of muscle tension usually in the legs and chin ( electromyogram or EMG ), and heart
rate ( ECG or electrocardiogram ). This information was first collected with analog equipment using needle-and-paper method, but in recent years ...
... of how the biorhythm affects our health, prompting predictable seasonal, diurnal and nocturnal “surges” of such conditions as allergic reactions, heart
attacks and strokes. Certified trainers from 911, suicide prevention, poison control and sexual assault response teams will provide specialized ...
... , and especially to refer to the 90 minute ultradian cycle in human sleep.
Some of the ultradian cyclings of the body are hormonal release, heart
rate , thermoregulation , nostril dilation and appetite . The last involves rhythmic release of Neuropeptide Y (NPY) and ...