... down and gather up the extra skin hanging on the lower
body much like an 18th century woman ... stomach. For instance, in the year 2000 , 207 lower
body lifts took place, according to the American ... task into an upper, and a lower, body lift. A lower
body lift removes the sagging skin on the back, ...
... tumor from the patient’s lumbar region , or lower
back, to a breast defect. 
... the best donor areas are found in:
The inner thighs
The inner knees ... site and gently works them into the upper and lower
lips for a plumping effect that is reported to be ...
... , Bronchopneumonia )
Other acute lower
Bronchitis - ... Vocal fold nodule - Laryngospasm
Emphysema - COPD - ...
Suppurative and necrotic conditions of lower
Lung abscess - Pleural ...
... the earth's gravity , blood and other body fluids are pulled towards the lower
body. When gravity is taken away or reduced during space exploration, the ... side effects. Upon return to earth, the blood begins to pool in the lower
extremities again, resulting in orthostatic hypotension .
... anxiety  , distress  , or mental anguish  often accompanied by a painful constriction and palpitations at the upper abdomen and lower
thorax (chest)  .
Animi means an animating spirit, intention or temper  .
^ a b c ...
Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)
... IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1968) and by Mazur (1984): ice formation begins in the intercellular spaces.  The vapor pressure of the ice is lower
than the vapor pressure of the solute water in the surrounding cells and as heat is removed at the freezing point of the solutions, the ice crystals ...
... exenteration - Removal of the eye along with the eyelids and other structures.
Mandibulectomy - Removal of all or part of the mandible or the lower
Facial prosthetic - Prosthetics for entertainment or recreational use
Family history (medicine)
... 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 healthy people are now tested early to prevent the ...
... 50% of cases. Recurrence rate after surgery is only 5–10%; the procedure is simple, and usually there are no complications. Recurrence rates are lower
when the hand or finger is immobilized for 1–2 weeks. Arthroscopy of the wrist is becoming a viable alternative to open excision of ganglion cysts. ...
... raises issues for those who pay for treatment. The unit cost is likely to he higher but it is argued that the total cost of a treatment cycle will be lower
overall. Furthermore, the possibilities of the predicitive potential of personalized medicine ought to avert costly intensive care treatment when a ...
... England Journal of Medicine in November of 1999, researchers concluded that OMM and traditional drug therapy resulted in equivalent resolution of lower
back pain in a nearly identical time frame. The difference was that those receiving OMM required less pharmaceutical intervention. The advantage of ...