... pronounced [kəˈkɛksiə] ) is loss of weight , muscle
atrophy , fatigue, weakness and significant loss ... is full-body wasting, which hits the skeletal muscle
especially hard, resulting in muscle
The exact ...
atrophy refers to a decrease in the size of ... from " sarcopenia ", which is the loss of muscle
seen in the aged.
When a muscle
atrophies, it necessarily becomes weaker, since ...
... injections are laid down through several different layers of skin and muscle
to provide a better chance for the fat cells to find a nearby blood ... blood vessels or nerves . The fat is layered from the pectoralis major muscle
up through the top of the breast; the surgeons rely on the fat injections ...
... although they may occur after a painful experience. The child cries and has forced exhalation leading to cyanosis (blue in color), loss of muscle
tone, and loss of consciousness. The majority of children will regain consciousness and be fine within a minute or two, but some will fall asleep for ...
... Beevor's Axiom is the idea that the brain does not know muscles , but only movements. This is important in predicting how muscles and muscle
groups adapt to stressors .
The axiom is named after Charles Edward Beevor (1854-1908), an English anatomist .
... some surgeons achieved the younger appearance on the forehead by scoring or removing some of the small forehead muscles -- most notably the frontalis muscle
which causes frowning and grimacing.
Current surgical techniques
Since the advent of the hugely popular wrinkle remover, Botox (Dysport ...
... bruise usually causes bleeding into the 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 painful .
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... of the epidermis . Hypertrophy is an increase in the size of cells in a tissue in response to stress, an example being hypertrophy of muscle
cells in the heart in response to increased resistance to blood flow as a result of narrowing of the heart's outflow valve . Metaplasia occurs ...
... 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 electrocardiogram ). This information was first collected ...