... sometimes, feet) of floppy skin hang from the upper
arms , the chest , the stomach, the upper
thighs and buttocks. In the most extreme cases , ... the back, abdomen, buttocks and thighs while the upper
body procedure removes loose skin from the arms, ...
... the major focal and expression point of the upper
face , the eyes notwithstanding. Given time and ... reduce the amount of sagging skin found on the upper
A mid-forehead lift is intended for ... eyebrows and forehead skin are not too heavy, the upper
eyelids are also elevated. In most cases, the ...
... of respiratory system ( J )
respiratory tract infection - Common cold - ... - Bronchiolitis
Other diseases of upper
Vasomotor rhinitis - Hay ...
... 1893 when German German physician Franz Neuber used a small piece of upper
arm fat to build up the face of a patient whose cheek had large pit ... thick strips of fat from the donor site and gently works them into the upper
and lower lips for a plumping effect that is reported to be safer, softer ...
... , refers to a great 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 ...
... received Artecoll injections in 1334 wrinkles of the glabella , the heavy wrinkles between the eyebrows, in the corner-of-the-mouth lines, in upper
lips and in the nasolabial folds. A similar group of patients received injections of ordinary collagen (with the trade name Zyplast™) in the same ...
... of those suffering from facial defects.
Surgeries which can include facial prostheses can be ones like
Maxillectomy - Removal of the upper
jaw (maxilla) or the cheek bone, with or without orbital exenteration. As the palate or the roof of the mouth is lost the person wears a device ...
High Frequency Ventilation
... Pressure Ventilation (HFPPV)
High Frequency Positive Pressure Ventilation is typically utilized by using a conventional ventilator at the upper
frequency range of the device (typically 90-100 breaths per minute). A conventional breath type is used and tidal volumes are usually higher than ...
... one or both respiratory effort and airflow for 10 seconds or longer.
An obstructive apnea is usually caused by excess cell tissue lining the upper
airway, abnormal airway anatomy, oropharyngeal crowding, or sometimes even enlarged tonsils. The technologist will observe continued respiratory ...
... body fluids are pulled towards the lower body. When gravity is taken away or reduced during space exploration, the blood tends to collect in the upper
body instead, resulting in facial edema and other unwelcome side effects. Upon return to earth, the blood begins to pool in the lower extremities ...