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Fat transfer

... millimeter thick strips of fat from the donor site and gently works them into the upper and lower ... fat cells are put back into the patient and the site to which the fat was moved. Doctors Summer and ... in the body the fat is transferred, how much that site moves, how muscular it is and if disease is ...

Telephone Triage

... will provide patient call simulations from off site and nurses utilizing telemonitoring and ... Resources Teletriage consulting site by Sheila Wheeler Teletriage consulting site by Carol Rutenberg Association of Telehealth ...

RĂ©seau Sentinelles

... External links (English) (French) Official site of the Sentinelles Network (English) site of the WHO (English) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...

American Dietetic Association

... It is also the most widely read peer-reviewed periodical in the profession. External links American Dietetic Association official site American Dietetic Association official spokesperson blog American Dietetic Association official peer-reviewed journal American Dietetic ...

Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program

... Wikinews has news related to: US Military To Buy Anthrax And Bioweapons Production Systems Official U.S. Department of Defense web site for AVIP. Vaccination Timeline at Stars and Stripes. The Military Vaccine Resource Directory maintained by Kathryn D. Hubbell , former Air ...

Artificial induction of immunity

... 7 References Variolation and smallpox See main articles variolation and smallpox . Typical site of inoculation in Europe and the British colonies The earliest recorded artificial induction of immunity in humans was by variolation or ...

Forehead lift

... External links Before-and-after pictures of forehead lift patients Additional descriptions of the brow lift A professional site for plastic surgeons describes the procedure ...

Swank Multiple Sclerosis Diet

... Early and Late Cases of MS", Roy Laver Swank Barbara Brewer Dugan The Lancet July 7 1990 vol 336 pp 37-39 External links Swank Diet site Multiple Sclerosis The Lancet Saturated Fat ...

Thymocyte

... is limited to those expressed by epithelial cells, and double positive cells are poor at undergoing negative selection. Therefore the most important site for negative selection is the medulla, once cells are at the single positive stage. In order to remove thymocytes reactive to peripheral organs, the ...
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