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Immunization

... groups randomly assigned to receive pooled platelet concentrates from random donors; filtered, pooled platelet concentrates from random donors; ultraviolet B-irradiated, ... Infant and Childhood ...

Aura

... as they know a headache is coming. TABLETS No more than 6 tablets for any single attack. Complex partial ( temporal lobe ): A blank stare, random activity, and a chewing motion. No memory of this seizure afterward. An aura , or warning indication, may occur before. It may be a certain odor, ...

Hormone

... disease , ... Sexual fantasies and thoughts are most common in hormone -addled teens and young adults. In one study, researchers asked people at random times during the day whether sex had crossed their minds during the past five minutes. The Mirena is a new contraceptive. It is an IUD which ...

Incidence

... in children and young adults between the ages of 12 and 16. Incidence is sporadic. It's likely that if a gene is involved, it's a rare and random mutation . Incidence not determined Attack, assault, or use of force; black, tarry stools ; bleeding from sore in mouth; bloating ; blood ...

Lobe

... cancer - CT scan Vertebra, thoracic (mid back) Normal lung anatomy Definition: ... Complex partial ( temporal lobe ): A blank stare, random activity, and a chewing motion. No memory of this seizure afterward. An aura , or warning indication, may occur before. It may be a certain odor, ...

Necrosis

... necrosis ) and amputation . The disease is extremely rare among nonsmokers. HEPATITIS - Liver disorder characterized by inflammation and random necrosis ( death ) of liver cells. Caused by virus es, drugs, alcohol, toxins and other injurious agents. A biopsy generally shows liver ...

Renin

... Renin Alternative Names: Plasma renin activity; random plasma renin ; PRA What the risks are: ... Renin is an enzyme released by specialized cells of the kidney into the blood . It is in ...

Toxin

... side effects of a medication, toxin exposure, and ALCOHOL-RELATED DISORDERS. HEPATITIS - Liver disorder characterized by inflammation and random necrosis ( death ) of liver cells. Caused by virus es, drugs, alcohol, toxin s and other injurious agents. This type of infection ...

Toxins

... toxins . [ Med Help International ] [ Search ] [ Ask the Doctor Forums ] ... HEPATITIS - Liver disorder characterized by inflammation and random necrosis ( death ) of liver cells. Caused by virus es, drugs, alcohol, toxins and other injurious agents. ...
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