... ... Rib injuries usually result from a direct
blow to the chest wall. Breaks usually occur in ... Injuries - Damage inflicted on the body as the direct
or indirect result of an external force, with or ... legally responsible for injuries suffered as a direct
result of the policies of the plan. Statistics ...
... willing to make amends to them all. Make direct
amends to such people, whenever possible except ... the liver to make it water soluble is called direct
bilirubin . The decree of April 30 1848, ... elucidate this point, but previous texts make direct
reference to it. ...
... to your ear ( acoustic trauma ). Damage to your eardrum can occur from a direct
injury , such as if your ear is struck squarely with an open hand . ... ear. Damage to the eardrum can occur from acoustic trauma such as direct
injury or barotrauma (pressure-induced damage). Inserting ...
... as individual is losing weight ... Excess body weight may not be a direct
cause of poor health, but new research says obesity does seem to ... weight , or more, are at great risk of dying from conditions that are a direct
consequence of their weight. Heart attack s, strokes , diabetes ...
... of the spleen , liver , lymph node s, thymus gland and kidney s (a direct
result of proliferating white blood cells) ... Shock , pain , ... mucous membrane s and other tissue s. thrombo hemorrhagic event ... direct
damage to brain tissue and surrounding areas accounts for only part of ...
... there is contact with an electricity, either alternating current (AC) or direct
current (DC). Caring for an electrical burn : ... Burns : First aid ... the car seat with a towel or sheet in hot weather and whenever you park in direct
sunlight. Praise your child often for appropriate behavior in the car. ...
... be attached to an drug . A magnet applied from outside the body then can direct
the drug , for example, to the site of a tumor . Carrier testing is ... to an anti cancer drug . A magnet applied from outside the body then can direct
the drug to the tumor site. If you are an HIV carrier or have ...
... a communicable disease caused by viral infection and occurs through direct
contact with infected secretions. Polio is found worldwide, but ... infection with the polio virus. Transmission of the virus occurs by direct
person-to-person contact, by contact with infected secretions from the ...
... him, ... Infection s may be spread via respiratory droplets, direct
contact, contaminated food , or vector s, such as insects. They can also ... occurs, it is called septic bursitis , and is generally the result of a direct
puncture . An infection can be passed from a pregnant woman to her ...
... miscarriage or birth defects . Herpetic whitlow results from the direct
inoculation of either type I or type II herpes simplex virus into ... form of each vaccine . Tularemia can infect the eye either by direct
inoculation of the bacteria into the eye (by a finger or other ...
... itch may be contagious . It can be passed from one person to the next by direct
skin -to- skin contact or contact with unwashed clothing. Jock itch ... itch may be contagious . It can be passed from one person to the next by direct
skin -to- skin contact or by contact with contaminated items such as ...
... may be caused by trauma such as nose picking, forceful nose blowing, direct
impact to the nose, and other actions. Nosebleeds are very common. ... of the spleen , liver , lymph node s, thymus gland and kidney s (a direct
result of proliferating white blood cells) ... Antifibrinolytic ...
... in acute bacterial prostatitis . HIV enters the body through direct
contact with certain body fluids, including blood , semen , vagina l ... HIV is not transmitted by casual contact; transmission requires a direct
exchange of body fluids, such as blood or blood products, breast milk ...
... , obsessive-compulsive disorder , personality disorders or substance abuse . Keep in mind that although dissociating from sexuality can be a direct
result of physical sexual abuse , it can also be caused by sexual associations or tensions that were not physical, but emotionally present in your ...
... and conditioning prior to exercise , athletic practice, or competition in contact sports. electrocution accidents or accidents involving direct
trauma to the heart Ventricular fibrillation is the main cause of sudden cardiac death , which in turn affects nearly 300,000 people each ...
Amebic liver abscess
... formed. In the United States, amebic liver abscess es occur most frequently in young His panic adults. An amebic liver abscess can result from direct
infection of the liver by E. histolytica or as a complication of intestinal amebiasis . ...
... or lymph atic vessels. Antibody ... AngioMA RK (MS-325) Former trademark name; see MS-325. Angioma x (bivalirudin); formerly Hirulog* A direct
thrombin inhibitor (synthetic). Spider Nevi ( Spider Angioma ) Spider Vein ( Spider Angioma ) Spider Angioma Spina Bifida Spinal ...
... . Question: ... Anxiety 'not directly linked' to birth ing problems 15 August 2006 Expectant mothers under pressure should not worry about the direct
impact of anxiety on their unborn child, claims a new study. Anxiety is a feeling of uneasiness, apprehension, or tension you may feel in ...
... arteriovenous malformation (AVM)? AVM is a localized or generalized congenital (present at birth ) vascular abnormality composed of microscopic direct
connections between arteries and veins, without the normal intervening capillary bed, ... Arteriovenous malformation (AVM) in the brain ...
... for the visualization of the interior of a joint through the use of optic instruments. Surgery can now be performed on larger joints using direct
visualization and miniaturized techniques. Knee Arthroscopy What is knee arthroscopy ? Knee arthroscopy is a surgical procedure in ...
... Alzheimer 's disease . more than one primary tumor , the tumor s may be multi centric, usually more than 25 percent of the individuals in direct
lineal descent from the proband are affected, and the cancer predisposition in these families behaves as an autosomal dominant ... ...
... What causes bacterial vaginosis? Bacterial and viral conjunctivitis are quite contagious . The infection is easily spread though direct
contact with the infected eye . For instance, a person may touch the infected eye and then touch your hand ; then you touch or rub your eye . ...
... of red blood cells is known as indirect bilirubin . Bilirubin Definition: Bilirubin is a breakdown product of hemoglobin . Total and direct
bilirubin are usually measured to screen for or to monitor liver or gall bladder dysfunction. Bilirubin : A yellow-orange compound produced ...
... and washing clothes. Body lice . These lice spend most of their time in the seams and folds of your clothing. Body lice are often spread by direct
contact with infected clothing or bedding or with an infected person. In rare cases, body lice may carry disease s. Fever , five-day: Also ...
... there is a blow to the head. Most commonly this involves what doctors call a "closed head injury ," meaning that there is no open wound, only direct
trauma to the head. You may know this as a concussion . brain injury at birth brain infections such as meningitis or encephalitis ...
... glucose . May result in mental retardation , cataracts and liver damage. HIV is not transmitted by casual contact; transmission requires a direct
exchange of body fluids, such as blood or blood products, breast milk , semen , or vagina l secretions, ... BODY FLUIDS: Any fluid in the ...
... nonspecific and " flu -like. Brucellosis , an infectious disease marked by fever , sweating and weakness that is transmitted to humans by direct
contact with disease d animals or through ingestion of contaminated meat, milk or cheese ... A Stanford microbiologist and a Penn State chemist ...
... The healing usually takes two or three weeks and a permanent mild scar or change in skin color may result. TThe cause of a burn may be: direct
heat - flames, hot surfaces, hot liquids or gases electrical - careless wiring in the home, old plugs, wrongly wired appliances, lightning ... ...
... and the leading cause of death from gynecologic malignancies. The cause is unknown. Weight And Cancer Risk Excess body weight may not be a direct
cause of poor health, but new research says obesity does seem to increase the incidence of certain types of cancer . cancer A term for ...
... - A term used to describe damage the respiratory tract and lungs secondary to the inhalation of a toxin . Some inhalation toxin may cause direct
damage (irritants and chemicals) or indirectly through their systemic effects ( carbon monoxide ). ...
... child abuse or a natural disaster begins to have nightmares , flashbacks, depression or other symptoms for more than a month. When there is a direct
blow to the head, shaking of the child (as seen in many cases of child abuse ), or a whiplash -type injury (as seen in motor vehicle accidents ...
... ages of 5-10 years and usually strike in late winter or spring. Chickenpox is highly infectious. The virus spreads from person to person by direct
contact or through the air by cough ing or sneezing . It takes from 10-21 days after contact with an infected person for someone to develop ...
... to child development and parenting . Fitness and nutrition Parenting concerns Developmental problems ... Institute of Child Health NHS direct
The BBC is not responsible for content on external websites ... Paine, who chairs the department of maternal and child health at Boston ...
... these loci. AneuVysion assay Assay, based on FISH (fluorescence in situ hybridization) technology, uses fluorescent-labeled DNA probes which allow direct
visualization of extra copies of chromosome s 13, 18, 21, X and Y in amniotic aspirate. The researchers believe that smoking by the father ...
... the child. AneuVysion assay Assay, based on FISH (fluorescence in situ hybridization) technology, uses fluorescent-labeled DNA probes which allow direct
visualization of extra copies of chromosomes 13, 18, 21, X and Y in amniotic aspirate. The researchers believe that smoking by the father ...
... alcohol consumption during pregnancy may cause fetal alcohol effects. For example, alcohol consumption reduces ADH production by direct
action on the brain, resulting in a temporarily increased production of urine . In people with diabetes , excessive consumption of protein ...
... dermatitis - When irritants touch the skin , they can produce two types of contact dermatitis . One is irritant contact dermatitis , which is the direct
irritation of the skin . Contact dermatitis , a skin rash caused by contact with a substance that causes an allergic reaction or irritates the ...
... involved in ankles sprains / strains include the following: ... A contusion is common in contact sports such as rugby, where it is caused by a direct
blow. The injury used to be known as a 'Charley Horse.' It occurs when the muscle is crushed against the bone. CAUSE" Contusion s occur when ...
... the joint Acci dental damage to nerve s or blood vessels in a portion of the arm or leg near the joint ... With a dental mirror and by direct
viewing, the unattached and attached gingiva e should be noted (Figure 1.52). The mucogingival line should be seen and the amount of attached ...
... in many forms. Generally, dermatitis describes swollen, reddened and itchy skin . Dermatitis : Inflammation of the skin , either due to direct
contact with an irritating substance, or to an allergic reaction. Symptoms of dermatitis include redness, itching , and in some cases blister ....