... of joints).
They are not generally considered harmful and are normally asymptomatic. Sometimes they may cause limitations of movement
and can also cause weakness, pain and paraesthesia (pins and needles) if they press on adjacent nerves.
Frequently, the cysts ...
... hip abductor muscles , which move legs sideways, away from the midline of the body. This bleeding into muscle tissue creates swelling and makes leg movement
About Hip Pointer Injuries
... - Macular degeneration - Retinitis pigmentosa - Macular edema - Epiretinal membrane - Macular pucker
Ocular muscles , binocular movement
, accommodation and refraction
Strabismus - Ophthalmoparesis - Progressive external ophthalmoplegia - Esotropia - Exotropia - ...
... by the weakening of the Roman Catholic church's power in society, especially in the Republic of Venice .
Evidence-based 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 ...
... electrodes on one's head to collect and score brain wave activity ( electroencephalogram or EEG ). Then there are electrodes which document eye movement
( electrooculogram or EOG ), fluctuation of muscle tension usually in the legs and chin ( electromyogram or EMG ), and heart rate ( ECG or ...