Artificial induction of immunity
... natural form of smallpox (known as Variola Minor) into
a subject to make him or her immune to ... in ancient times in China and India, and imported into
Europe, via Turkey, around 1720 by Lady ... and was also spread by African slaves arriving into
Boston.  
Variolation had the ...
... the difficulty of getting their fleshy arms into
sleeves and their excess stomach skin tucked into
clothing . Many say that sitting on the loose ... year.  Most surgeons break the surgical task into
an upper, and a lower, body lift. A lower body ...
... Semantic memory , on the other hand, can take into
consideration multiple exposures to each referent ... believe that episodic memories are refined into
semantic memories over time. In this process, ... episodic memories will inevitably distill away into
semantic memory .
Gender differences in ...
European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition
... The European Prospective Investigation into
Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) study is a Europe ... Riboli, E. The European Prospective Investigation into
Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC): Plans and Progress ... cancer in the European Prospective Investigation into
Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC): an observational ...
... practitioner’s favorite method and then injected into
the patient’s recipient site. The preparation ... fat from the donor site and gently works them into
the upper and lower lips for a plumping effect ... to five hour procedure , they inject the fat into
the layers of the breast through six to eight, ...
... sutures. The incision was initially made well into
the hairline so the scar could not later be seen. ... small tines
Affixed by inserting a flanged post into
a drill hole in the skull
First, the surgeon ... healing takes place. While the implant absorbs into
the body, the Endotine generally does not support ...
... tenets, because if they did they would be brought into
the fold of Western medicine.
"Medicine" is ... Browne
Medical care delivery is classified into
primary, secondary and tertiary care.
Primary ... other animals. The similarities further extend into
pathology and disease control leading the early ...
High Frequency Ventilation
... . During mechanical ventilation, the flow of gas into
the lung will take the path of least resistance. ... and an ‘’active’’ exhalation phase. Gas is pushed into
the lung (usually by a piston) during ... ‘’jet’’ of gas flows out of the cannula and into
the airway. This jet of gas occurs for a very ...
... or pathology present. The radionuclide introduced into
the body is often chemically bound to a complex ... processes. The types of tests can be split into
two broad groups: in-vivo and in-vitro :
... study involves administration of a radionuclide into
the body by injection in liquid or aggregate ...
... of a disease and stratify the total population into
different sub-sets each with common, but unique, ... records of volunteers in order to enable research into
Not only is personalized ... involved in translating the burgeoning science into
use. The difficulty is that medical education in ...
... and physicians' offices for years has evolved into
a new nursing subspecialty called telephone ... rules of thumb and context should be incorporated into
all elements of any decision support system as ... were felt to be qualified. As the field evolved into
a recognized subspecialty, managers discovered ...
... selection and negative selection shape thymocytes into
a peripheral pool of T cells that are able to ... Stages of maturation
Thymocytes are classified into
a number of distinct maturational stages based on ... as Lineage-negative, and which can be divided into
four substages. The next major stage is the ...
Depolarization-induced suppression of inhibition
... or metabotropic , typically results in the influx of chloride ions into
that target cell. This build-up of negative charge from the chloride ions ... Purkinje cells could also cause a temporary reduction in excitatory input into
these cells from both climbing fibres and parallel fibres (Kreitzer et ....
... of the placenta ( abruptio placentae ) causes bleeding that penetrates into
the uterine myometrium forcing its way into
the peritoneal cavity.
... virtual colonoscopy is a CT scan that looks for polyps that may develop into
colon cancer . It has shown detection rates for polyps of size greater or ... "Potential legal ramifications of whole-body CT screening: taking a peek into
Pandora's box.". AJR Am J Roentgenol 180 (2): 317-322. PMID 12540423 ....
... of this type of injury .
A hip pointer 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 .
... specifically Gray Matter Heterotopia , the displacement of gray matter into
the cerebral white matter or ventricles .
Patients with heterotopic ... almost always have seizure disorders .
Heterotopia is often divided into
three groups: subependymal heterotopia, focal cortical heterotopia and ...
... attained valuable results investigating the brain herniations protruding into
blood cysterns (cysternal herniations) and the syndromes occurring after ... informed on the clinical files of all the young men examined for enrolment into
the military service, coming from the whole of Argentina , and became ...
... switching back and forth. Because there is very little research into
this particular form of cycling, the terminology is borrowed from the more established research into
the formal Bipolar I or Bipolar II categories.
Ultradian Bipolar ...
Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program
... military and specific civilian personnel with the anthrax vaccine . It began in earnest in 1997 by the Clinton administration . Thereafter it ran into
a few FDA and judicial obstacles (mainly concerning the methods and viability of the vaccine manufactured by BioPort , a subsidiary of Emergent ...
... Autoinoculation is the process in which cells are removed from a person's body, medically altered , then reinserted into
the same person again. 
It is also the process of spreading infections from an infection already found in the body. For example warts and ...
... in medical research and development. The education has a clear focus on human biology and basic science and how this knowledge can be transferred into
a medical and clinical setting. The programmes usually encompass the medicine master's examina , which might however differ in extent and depth ...
Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)
... a class of solids in which gas molecules occupy "cages" made up of hydrogen-bonded water molecules. These "cages" are unstable when empty, collapsing into
conventional ice crystal structure, but they are stabilised by the inclusion of the gas molecule within them. Most low molecular weight gases ...
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy
... The most accepted one is that the microtrauma of the repeated ultrasound shock wave to the affected area creates neo-vascularization (new blood flow) into
the area. It is this new blood flow that promotes tissue healing. The second theory is that in chronic pain, the brain has "forgotten" about the pain ...
... can be described as anterior or posterior relating to a line drawn in the coronal plane across the anus. Anterior fistulas will have a direct track into
the anal canal. Posterior fistulas will have a curved track with their internal opening lying in the posterior midline of the anal canal. An ...
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Gastric lavage involves the passage of a tube via the mouth or nose down into
the stomach, followed by sequential administration and removal of small volumes of liquid. The placement of the tube in the stomach must be confirmed ...
One traditional method of treating a ganglion cyst was to strike the lump with a large, heavy book, causing the cyst to rupture and drain into
the surrounding tissues. Since even the poorest households usually possessed a Bible, that was what they used, which is how ganglion cysts came to be ...
Hospital and Welfare Services Union
... the NUCO's Guild of Nurses. However the union also had "Guilds" for Medical staff, Ambulance staff and Ancillary staff. The guild system continuing into
the early days of COHSE
NUCO Guild of Nurses was led by nurses such as Iris Brook (Guild of Nursing organiser from 1937), Doris Westmacott, and ...
... decides on the best treatment based upon the diagnosis .
Diseases of Hematopoietic Cells
The major disease of hematopoietic cells fall into
several categories, which include chronic myeloproliferative disease , myelodysplastic syndromes , leukemias , lymphomas , plasma cell neoplasms ...
... processes. 
A transmission electron microscope image of an immune cell crossing from the bone marrow into
Inflammation is a particularly important and complex reaction to tissue injury, and is particularly important in fighting ...
... disorders are not bona fide and should thus be kept separate (e.g. Baughman and Hovey, 2006). On this issue, it is worth remembering that research into
the neural correlates of psychiatric disorders is in its infancy: the answers may still be to come. One reason why they may not have been found so ...
... 8.Pterygium  9.Squamous Carcinoma and Intraepithelial Neoplasia of the Conjunctiva 
Ocular oncology takes into
consideration that the primary requirement for patients is preservation of life by removal of the tumor, along with best efforts directed at ...
... be large enough to contain a fresh placenta and larger if you plan to pack the placenta with salt and cover with a placenta cloth before placing into
the bag. A placenta bag is commonly used when the parents choose to have a Lotus Birth .
... ,  because a change in the 3-dimensional folding (conformation) of a protein increases the tendency of the protein to misfold and polymerize into
aggregates that are resistant to clearance, and can become pathogenic. Because of the common structure of the polypeptide backbone, all proteins ...
... gastroenteritis and Varicella zoster. The patient de-identified data is obtained via Internet by the Sentinelles doctors and directly streamed into
a Geographic information system (GIS) database. A weekly report, called Sentiweb-Hebdo, is edited every Tuesday on the home webpage of the ...
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Surrogate endpoint . ( Discuss )
A surrogate marker (or surrogate end point ) is term used in medical research for a change to the human ...
... Unthickened, such as water or juice.
Nectar thickened: Approximately as thick as a milkshake. Should pour in a continuous stream without "breaking" into
Honey thickened: Sticks to the sides of a cup like honey. Pours very slowly.
Pudding thickened: Will hold its shape when scooped with a ...