... Pathology as a science
2.1 Adaptation to injury
2.2 Cell death
2.3 Inflammation ... which seeks to understand the mechanisms of injury
to cells and tissues , as well as the body's ... specific human diseases.
Adaptation to injury
Cells and tissues may respond ...
High Frequency Ventilation
... at a reduced risk of ventilator induced lung injury
(VILI). This is commonly referred to as lung ...
1 Ventilator induced lung injury
2 Types of High Frequency Ventilation
Ventilator induced lung injury
Ventilator induced ...
Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program
... claim that the vaccine is “unapproved for its applied/intended use.” The lawsuit says that “plaintiffs will suffer substantial and irreparable injury
if they are forced to take the vaccine,” which the suit says has not been properly approved by the government, despite the Food and Drug ...
... up of fluid; dehiscence (wound separation) and deep vein thrombosis (blood clots forming in the legs.) Rare complications include lymphatic injury
and major wound dehiscence. The hospital stay for the procedure can require from one to four days while recovery can require about a month for ...
... complications include laryngospasm , hypoxia , bradycardia , epistaxis , hyponatremia , hypochloremia , water intoxication , or mechanical injury
to the stomach.
^ Vale JA, Kulig K; American Academy of Clinical Toxicology; European Association of Poisons Centres ...
Healthy People 2010
... They are: physical activity , overweight and obesity , tobacco use, substance abuse , responsible sexual behavior, mental health , injury
and violence , environmental quality where one lives, immunization , and access to health care . Healthy People 2010's two overarching goals ...
... pointer is a contusion (bruise) on the pelvis caused by a direct blow to an iliac crest . Contact sports are a frequent cause of this type of injury
A hip pointer bruise usually causes bleeding into the hip abductor muscles , which move legs sideways, away from the midline of the body. This ...
... Hy's law is prognostic indicator that a pure Drug -Induced Liver injury
(DILI) leading to jaundice, without a hepatic transplant , has a case fatality rate of 10% to 50%. The law is based on observations by Hy Zimmerman ...
... 'Medicine' today refers to the fields of clinical medicine , medical research and surgery , thereby covering the challenges of disease and injury
The Rod of Asclepius , with its single snake, is an ancient Greek symbol associated with medicine. The American Medical Association ...
... field of Behavioral Neurology , which is a subspecialty of Neurology that addresses clinical problems of cognition and/or behavior caused by brain injury
or brain disease. 'Behavioral Neurology / Neuropsychiatry' fellowships are jointly accredited through the United Council for Neurologic ...
Unsolved problems in medicine
... Can it be pinpointed as an autoimmunity or is it frankly idiopathic? Can it be cured or can the symptoms merely be controlled?
Spinal cord injury
. Is it possible to completely repair lesions in the spinal cord, and other peripheral nerves, with 100% functional recovery?
Malaria How can ...