... is sometimes referred to as “bat wings.” Surgeons realize they must use long
incisions made from the armpit to the elbow to remove the skin and ... removes excess skin and redrapes the remaining skin before closing the long
incision, leaving the patient with tighter and more attractive thighs.
... is about the size of a single pearl or a pea ; the drops are placed in long
rows. After the procedure, the patient must wear a compression garment ... found an average of ten to 15 percent of injected fat surviving over the long
term whereas transplanting live fat via surgery resulted in a 75 percent ...
... paradigms of health.
Criticism of medicine has a long
history. In the Middle Ages , some people did not consider it a ... may usefully gain by emulating concepts in aviation safety , where it was long
ago realized that it is dangerous to place too much responsibility on one ...
... become ended with a coup d'état (September 16, 1955 . In spite of his long
disconnection, he was to remain outside of the country, first in the ... with colonel Juan Domingo Perón , a patient with whom Carrillo shared long
talks. The colonel was precisely who persuaded Ramón Carrillo of ...
... rehearsing it in working memory ( Gabrieli et al., 1998 ).
The hippocampus's role in memory storage
Researchers do not agree about how long
episodic memories are stored in the hippocampus . Some researchers believe that episodic memories always rely on the hippocampus . Others believe ...
... antibiotics ) started before a diagnosis is confirmed. The most common reason is because investigations needed to confirm the diagnosis will take a long
time or are delayed, and because delay in treatment will harm the patient.
... as a coronal, or open, forehead lift.
While the procedure is currently used far less frequently, the surgeon began the procedure by making one, long
incision running from ear to ear over the top of the head through the hairline. The surgeon lifted the skin and muscles upwards and free from the ...
... branch block ( Left , Right ) - Bifascicular block - Trifascicular block - Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome - Lown-Ganong-Levine syndrome - long
QT syndrome - Cardiac arrest - Tachycardia ( Supraventricular tachycardia , AV nodal reentrant tachycardia , Ventricular tachycardia ) - ...
... not care about a certain documented side effect of treatment, even if there is no documented treatment benefit, may decide to choose the treatment so long
as the theoretical possibility exists that there may be some positive treatment effects, although this has not been empirically established. The ...