... prepared according to the practitioner’s favorite method
and then injected into the patient’s recipient ... Restylane and Juvederm but the longer lasting method
seems to be fat transfer via injection which is ... of some small studies, no current, standard method
exists among physicians for preparing donated ...
... be seen. no immobilization is needed after arthroscopy.
One traditional method
of treating a ganglion cyst was to strike the lump with a large, heavy ... came to be nicknamed "Bible Bumps" or sometimes "Gideon's Disease." This method
of treatment is no longer recommended as patients risk damage to the ...
... for the regular practice of medicine to differentiate it from homeopathy".  The American Heritage Medical Dictionary defines it as as: "A method
of treating disease with remedies that produce effects antagonistic to those caused by the disease itself."
The term is used on websites of certain ...
Ambulatory blood pressure
... and night. It is believed to be able to reduce the white coat hypertension effect.
The list of evidences that support that ABPM is a far superior method
than clinical measurements are listed below.
1 Nocturnal hypertension
2 Target Organ Damage
3 Morning ...
... process of spreading infections from an infection already found in the body. For example warts and Molluscum contagiosum can be spread by this method
^ US National Library of Medicine . URL last accessed September 9, 2006.
^ American Family Physician . ...
... in the elderly due to the physiologic changes of aging . The criteria were created through consensus of a panel of experts by using the Delphi method
; they were originally published in the Archives of Internal Medicine in 1991 and were most recently updated in 2003 .
... usually stiff, not allowing the digits to move; the healthy digit acts as a splint , keeping the damaged one in a natural position for healing. This method
is also used for sprains, dislocations, and other injuries.
This treatment may be performed by a doctor or other medical professional in a hospital ...
Depolarization-induced suppression of inhibition
... needs to be mediated by a commonly found neurotransmitter. The use of endocannabinoids such as anandamide and 2-arachidonoyl glycerol in this method
of signalling is quite logical, since both molecules can be synthesized relatively easily from lipids in the plasma membrane, a fundamental ...
Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)
... "biological tissue" is then gradually cooled down to some appropriate temperature at normal atmospheric pressure and stored an indefinite time.
protects biological tissues by retention of water inside the cells by clathrate formation of the water with the introduced gases, limiting the ...
... first documented medical discussion about a forehead lift was written in 1910 by the famous German surgeon Erich Lexer . 
The main surgical method
of lifting the forehead from Lexer’s time up until the 1950s was then known as a coronal, or open, forehead lift.
While the procedure is currently ...
The histories of both experimental and medical pathology can be traced to the earliest application of the scientific method
to the field of medicine , a development which occurred in Western Europe during the Italian Renaissance .  Most early pathologists were ...
Medical Laboratory Assistant
... sample acceptance policy, whilst obeying the data protection act , patient confidentiality , COSHH and the Caldicott rules.
A typical method
of sample acceptance (in a clinical chemistry lab) is as follows:
Sample is received.
Sample is checked (to ensure that the sample is sent in ...
... medicine is a recent movement to establish the most effective algorithms of practice (ways of doing things) through the use of the scientific method
and modern global information science by collating all the evidence and developing standard protocols which are then disseminated to healthcare ...
Between 1930 and 1945 he contributed valuable original research about the brain cells which are not neurons—named glial cells —and the method
for staining and observing them under the microscope , as well as on their evolutionary origin ( phylogeny ), and the comparative anatomy of the ...
... exercises in interview and documentation, audiotapes analysis/critique, preceptor programs and role-play of mock calls. Role-play is an excellent method
to cumulatively integrate the new skills and tools (protocols and documentation form) and to simulate the actual task. Preceptors can support and ...