HealthYes! Provides Free Preventive Screening in Support of Round Rock Express
... heart disease, stroke, abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral
artery disease and osteoporosis. The private ... about asymptomatic diseases such as stroke, peripheral
artery disease, osteoporosis, abdominal aortic ... heart disease, stroke, abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral
artery disease and osteoporosis. The company's ...
Quigley Corporation Announces Final Results of Quigley Pharma's Phase IIb Study
... QR-333 for the treatment of symptomatic diabetic peripheral
neuropathy. The study was completed with fewer ... 5 million Americans are affected by diabetic peripheral
neuropathic pain. The World Health Organization ... with a diagnosis of diabetes and symptoms of peripheral
neuropathy were eligible for enrollment into the ...
Boston Scientific Announces Results for Second Quarter Ended June 30, 2009
... 736 707 4 % 8 %
Interventions 171 177 (4)% ... 29 57 (28)
Interventions (6) 3 ... 1,473 1,463 1 % 5 %
Interventions 329 355 (8)% ...
Pharmacomechanical Thrombectomy Procedure Adoption to Accelerate Due to More Aggressive Treatment of Deep Vein Thrombosis, According to Millennium Research Group
... Spray , Bacchus Vascular/Covidien's Trellis-8 peripheral
Infusion System, EKOS Corporation's EKOS EndoWave peripheral
Infusion System and ev3's Helix Clot Buster ... analyses for devices that treat arteriovenous, peripheral
artery, coronary, and neurovascular thrombosis, ...
Abbott Receives CE Mark for Company's Next-Generation XIENCE PRIME(TM) Drug Eluting Stent, Advancing Leadership Position
... clinical trials in coronary artery disease and peripheral
artery disease. Key products in the vascular ... coronary device, and the Omnilink Elite(TM) peripheral
The MULTI-LINK 8 Coronary ... drug eluting device and the Omnilink Elite peripheral
Stent System are in development and are not ...
NeurogesX and Astellas Enter Commercialization Agreement for Qutenza(TM)
... 179 mg) cutaneous patch for the treatment of peripheral
neuropathic pain in non-diabetic adults, either ... therapies. Its initial focus is on chronic peripheral
neuropathic pain, including postherpetic ... patch designed to manage pain associated with peripheral
neuropathic pain conditions. Qutenza is currently ...
Peripheral in Medical Technology
CeNeRx BioPharma Obtains Rights to Novel Drug Candidate for Prevention and Treatment of Neurodegeneration Disorders
... CXB909 for the treatment of chemotherapy-induced peripheral
neuropathy (CIPN) later this year.
"Nerve ... and neuronal damage is also implicated in the peripheral
neuropathies associated with diabetes, kidney ... conditions, beginning with chemotherapy-induced peripheral
neuropathy, a disabling and dose-limiting side ...
Isis Highlights New Data on Antisense Drugs to Treat Type 2 Diabetes and Obesity at ADA Scientific Sessions
... in animals by reducing levels of targets in peripheral
tissues such as liver and fat without affecting ... inhibition of FGFR4 with antisense drugs in peripheral
tissues could be a unique therapeutic approach ... Causes a Marked Improvement in
Hepatic and peripheral
Insulin Sensitivity and Improves Cardiac Glucose
Lower Extremity Peripheral Vascular Stent and Balloon Catheter Markets to Exceed $180 Million in Europe by 2013
... Research Group's (MRG's) European Markets for peripheral
Vascular (PV) Devices 2009 report, rapid growth ... procedures that treat lower extremity peripheral
artery disease in Europe is being fueled by ... procedures, which treat below-the-knee peripheral
artery disease, are also growing rapidly," says ...
Fate Therapeutics Announces First Patient Treated in Phase 1b Clinical Trial of FT1050 for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Support
... from any source, including from bone marrow and peripheral
blood. FT1050 was discovered by Leonard Zon, ... Possible sources of HSCs include bone marrow, peripheral
blood, or cord blood. The entire procedure is ... of success, patients receiving a bone marrow or peripheral
blood transplant must find a donor that matches ...
Boston Scientific Begins Clinical Trial for Next-Generation Nitinol Stent to Treat Iliac Artery Disease
... the treatment of iliac artery disease, a form of peripheral
artery disease that impacts a patient's lower ... Boston Scientific's long-time leadership in the peripheral
interventions market. The Company's peripheral
product lines feature technologies used to ...
Study Confirms Effectiveness of Innovative Prism Glasses For Hemianopia Patients
... -- In a study of specially designed peripheral
prism glasses for hemianopia patients (blinded in ... 28 patients with complete hemianopia to wear the peripheral
prism glasses as much as possible for the ... to the change in visual direction produced by the peripheral
prism glasses, which means that no patient had ...
Peripheral in Medical Products
DHT RIA Test
Description:... of 5a-reductase are highest in certain peripheral
tissues, including genital skin and hair ... Only a small proportion of DHT escapes into the peripheral
circulation, where it is present primarily ... to inadequate differentiation of DHT-dependent peripheral
tissues. Male infants with this disorder have ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.
Stimuplex® Dig RC Peripheral Nerve Stimulator with Remote Control
Description:... The Stimuplex Dig RC peripheral
nerve stimulator from B. Braun Medical. It has set the pace for peripheral
nerve stimulator functionality for over 10 years. ... Dig RC unique?
It has always been a dedicated peripheral
nerve stimulator, built specifically to enhance ...
Company:B. Braun Medical Inc.
Description:... 60°. The 3 Mirror is ideal for anterior chamber as well central and peripheral
fundus viewing and treatment. The retinal viewing mirrors are accurately ... pole 3 mirror design provides images of the anterior chamber, central and peripheral
retina Angle accuracy eliminates gaps in the visualized fundus Flattest ...
Company:Volk Optical, Inc.
Super Quad® 160
Description:... provides simultaneous visualization of the posterior pole to the peripheral
retina, providing a greater margin of safety during pan retinal ... of proliferative diabetic retinopathy, ischemic retinal vein occlusion and peripheral
retinal holes and tears. Laser beam transmission and fundus image quality ...
Company:Volk Optical, Inc.
Testosterone RIA Test
Description:... is secreted primarily by the testes with only a small amount derived from peripheral
conversion of androstenedione . In adult women, it has been estimated that over 50% of serum testosterone is derived from peripheral
conversion of androstenedione secreted by the adrenal and ovary, with the ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.
Multi Frequency PV Linear Transducer UST-5548
Description:... The 5548 is our High Penetration Steered Linear peripheral
Vascular transducer, with imaging frequencies ranging from 3 to 8 MHz. It ... transducer balance the superb image quality to offer fast and accurate peripheral
Peripheral in Medical Definition
... and negative selection shape thymocytes into a peripheral
pool of T cells that are able to respond to ... , deletion, and regulatory T cells . If these peripheral
tolerance mechanisms also fail, autoimmunity ... stage. In order to remove thymocytes reactive to peripheral
organs, the gene AIRE drives the expression of ...
... set of self-antigens, such as insulin , in the thymus .  This expression then allows maturing thymocytes to become tolerant towards peripheral
organs, thereby suppressing autoimmune disease. 
^ OMIM. 
^ Ramsey, C. et al. (2002) Aire deficient ...
... antigens. Self antigens are present in both organs due to endogenous expression within the organ and importation of antigen due to circulation from peripheral
sites. In the case of T cell central tolerance, additional sources of antigen are made available in the thymus by the action of the transcription ...
... Hematopathology is the branch of pathology which studies diseases of hematopoietic cells ( see below ). A hematopathologist looks at peripheral
blood smears , bone marrow aspirates and biopsies , lymph nodes , and other tissues, and uses his/her expertise to diagnose diseases such as ...
... is or could be pregnant)
Musculoskeletal (spine and extremities)
Neurological (consciousness, awareness, brain, cranial nerves, spinal cord and peripheral
Psychiatric (orientation, mental state, evidence of abnormal perception or thought)
Laboratory and imaging studies results may be ...
Unsolved problems in medicine
... be cured or can the symptoms merely be controlled?
Spinal cord injury . Is it possible to completely repair lesions in the spinal cord, and other peripheral
nerves, with 100% functional recovery?
Malaria How can both new and old tools be used to effectively control or eliminate this disease that ...
Peripheral in Medical Dictionary
... phantom limb pain in a minority of patients. peripheral
nerve s and their central projections ... ... slow skin healing, Raynaud's disease and 5 peripheral
vascular disease (PVT) which can even lead ... s), and blood vessels (leading to strokes , peripheral
arterial disease , and possibly amputation ). ...
... peripharyngeal space; peripherad; peripheral
aneurysm ; peripheral
anterior synechia; ...
Central nervous system
... is comprised of the brain and spinal cord. The peripheral
nervous system includes all peripheral
nerve s. Other images that might be of interest ... cord, i.e., the central nervous system . A peripheral
lesion involves the nerve s away from the ...
... of the skull . Next section ... peripherad; peripheral
aneurysm ; peripheral
anterior synechia; ...
... the nerve s outside the brain and spinal cord ( peripheral
nerve s) and, rarely, parts of the brain ... poly neuritis - is a disease of the peripheral
nervous system, affecting the nerve s to the ... system (e.g., MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS ) or the peripheral
nervous system (e.g., GUILLAIN -BARRE SYNDROME ...
... (nr´ts, ny-), inflammation of a peripheral
nerve , often accompanied by degenerative ... Mono neuritis multiplex is a form of peripheral
neuropathy (damage to nerve s outside the brain ... neuritis . Alternate Names : Neuritis - peripheral
, Neuropathy - ...
Peripheral in Biological News
New origin found for a critical immune response
... the dendritic cells were thought to move from peripheral
tissues into lymph nodes to stimulate T cell ... that stimulate TH1 responses didn't come from peripheral
tissues, but rather arose from monocytes, a ... the migration of activated dendritic cells from peripheral
tissues to lymph nodes. The Duke researchers ...
Society of Interventional Radiology hosts 34th annual scientific meeting
... prostate and bone cancer; herniated disks; peripheral
arterial disease (PAD) and related complications; ... Tuesday, March 10, 2009, 9 a.m. Eastern)
Arterial Disease (PAD)
Arterial Disease: Stem Cell Therapy Advances ...
Nicotine activates more than just the brain's pleasure pathways
... "This is the first study to explore both the peripheral
taste pathways activated by nicotine, and how ... integrated in sensory areas of the brain." The peripheral
nervous system refers to nerves that are outside ... to nicotine and a capacity to integrate diverse peripheral
information to create a unique sensory ...
Weill Cornell science briefs June/July 2008
... a drug previously used for depression to treat peripheral
neuropathy. Diabetics often suffer from this ... sugar levels that damage nerve cells. Those with peripheral
neuropathy often endure chronic pain, cramping ... with diabetes for at least one-year and who have peripheral
For more information: Please ...
Eribulin mesylate demonstrated anti-tumor activity in patients with advanced breast cancer
... eribulin mesylate. Patients with up to Grade 2 peripheral
neuropathy were included in the study. The most ... (10%; no Grade 4 events). Grade 3 peripheral
neuropathy (a functional disturbance or damage to ... was reported in 5.5% of patients. No Grade 4 peripheral
neuropathy events were reported. No correlation ...
Origin of cells for connective tissues of skull and face challenged
... where they spawn the cells that create the peripheral
nervous system, and pigment cells in skin and ... mice that adversely affected development of the peripheral
nervous system or pigmentation did not affect ... did not alter neural crest-derived pigment or peripheral
nervous system cells.
This paradox, he said, ...
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Peripheral in Biological Definition
... retinopathy which can lead to blindness ;
neuropathy which, particularly when combined ... large and small vessel disease
vascular disease which contributes to foot ... of gangrene, and almost always as a result of peripheral
vascular disease. Retinal damage (from ...
... cord and in the nerves and ganglia of the peripheral
nervous system .
Contents ... central nervous system and Schwann cells in the peripheral
nervous system. The myelin sheath in peripheral
nerves normally runs along the axon in sections ...
... include if most evolution occurs by speciation in peripheral
isolates? ... In any local area inhabited by ... should appear suddenly by migration from a peripheral
region in which it evolved. In the peripheral
region itself, we might find direct evidence of ...
... animals are often divided into a central nervous system (CNS) and the peripheral
nervous system (PNS). The CNS consists of the brain and spinal cord . ... actually axonal processes of nerve cells) are considered to be PNS. The peripheral
nervous system can also be roughly seen as consisting of sensory pathways ...
Peripheral membrane protein
membrane proteins are proteins that adhere only loosely to the ... channels and transmembrane receptors , for example, may be defined as peripheral
membrane proteins. These proteins, in contrast to integral membrane ...
... generally, the axons of many neurons are sheathed in myelin , which is formed by either of two types of glial cells : Schwann cells ensheathing peripheral
neurons and oligodendrocytes insulating those of the central nervous system . Along myelinated nerve fibers, gaps in the sheath known as nodes ...
Peripheral in Biological Dictionary
... venules that directly connect two ... The peripheral
venous system functions both as a reservoir ... seems almost magical in its function. ... The peripheral
venous system functions both as a reservoir ... radiology, chapter20, 20 5 ... procedures in peripheral
vessels Interventional procedures in the ...
membrane proteins are proteins that adhere ... to integral membrane proteins, or penetrate the peripheral
regions ... Pages in category " peripheral
membrane proteins " ... ...
... A peripheral
is a device attached to a host computer behind ... of the system's core architecture. The peripheral
nervous system (PNS) resides or extends outside ... the CNS to the limbs and organs. ... peripheral
- Definition of ...
... bits of information and generates ... The peripheral
nervous system includes sensory receptors, ... computer within a vast, ... These are called the peripheral
nervous system . ... The Human Nervous ... the responsibility for issuing nerve ... The peripheral
nervous system is made up of all of the ...
... A nerve is an enclosed, cable-like bundle of peripheral
axons . A nerve provides a common pathway for ... only in the ... (Redirected from peripheral
nerves ) Jump to: navigation, search ... C2 ... pass that information along to your brain. ... peripheral
nerves connect the spinal cord with your ...
... in Experimental Medicine and Biology ... peripheral
chemoreceptors (carotid and aortic bodies) detect changes in arterial ... Augmented peripheral
chemoreceptors have been implicated in early ... designed to respond to chemical stimuli. ... peripheral
chemoreceptors and other oxygen sensors in ...