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Medicine - Page 10

  • Ultrasonography - How It Affects The Imaging Of Gouty Arthritis

    Ultrasonography - How It Affects The Imaging Of Gouty Arthritis

    For gouty arthritis, ultrasonography (US) is a promising new imaging modality. Rheumatologists have become increasingly interested in musculoskeletal ultrasonography (MSKUS) imaging over the last ten years.

  • The Fetus - The Effects Of Ultrasound And MRI

    The Fetus - The Effects Of Ultrasound And MRI

    Ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are both considered to be relatively safe imaging modalities for pregnant women and their fetuses, and thus are appropriate for use in their diagnostics. Both techniques, however, may pose some risks when used during pregnancy to some extent. Knowledge of potential bioeffects, as well as the background and influence of specific factors on safety, are essential for keeping the fetus safe.

  • Cranially Definition – What Is Its Importance In Skull?

    Cranially Definition – What Is Its Importance In Skull?

    Cranially definition is the collection of bones that make up the head.

  • Figure Of 8 Suture – How To Perform It Properly

    Figure Of 8 Suture – How To Perform It Properly

    Depending on the degree of strain and the size of the defect, health experts most usually employ the figure of 8 suture to either diminish or eliminate a defect.

  • Internal Iliac Artery Stenosis – How To Diagnose And Manage Its Symptoms

    Internal Iliac Artery Stenosis – How To Diagnose And Manage Its Symptoms

    Internal iliac artery stenosis is a kind of lower extremity vascular disease.

  • Left Gastric Artery – One Of The Most Important Arteries In The Body

    Left Gastric Artery – One Of The Most Important Arteries In The Body

    The left gastric artery comes from the celiac artery and goes along the superior section of the minor curvature of the stomach in human anatomy.

  • Cardiovascular Health – How Does Exercise Affect Our Heart?

    Cardiovascular Health – How Does Exercise Affect Our Heart?

    The health of the heart and blood arteries is referred to as cardiovascular health.

  • Delta Wave ECG – Why It Should Be The Main Standard For Cardiac Monitors

    Delta Wave ECG – Why It Should Be The Main Standard For Cardiac Monitors

    The presence of a delta wave on an ECG is referred to as delta wave ECG.

  • Pertussis - The Death Of Malignant Pertussis And How To Avoid It

    Pertussis - The Death Of Malignant Pertussis And How To Avoid It

    Pertussis is a life-threatening illness marked by exaggerated respiratory distress, true leukocytosis, and aspiratory hypertension. Pertussis that is threatening is a common clinical symptom that is associated with a 70% mortality rate. A lung infection with aspiratory hypertension and hyperleukocytosis of more than 50 G/L meets the seriousness criteria.

  • The Immune System - The Role Haematopoietic Lineage Cell-Specific Protein 1 Plays

    The Immune System - The Role Haematopoietic Lineage Cell-Specific Protein 1 Plays

    The substrate of kinases linked to T and B-cell receptors, such as Lck and Lyn kinases, was first identified in haematopoietic lineage cell-specific protein 1 (HS1). HS1 is a multidomain protein that helps branched actin polymerize by activating the Arp2/3 complex. It's the immune system's version of cortactin, a ubiquitous protein linked to cell migration, endocytosis, and bacterial pathogen invasion of host cells.

  • Type 1 Diabetes - Generating Pancreatic Β Cells From Mesenchymal Stem Cells For Treatment

    Type 1 Diabetes - Generating Pancreatic Β Cells From Mesenchymal Stem Cells For Treatment

    Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is a long-term condition caused by an autoimmune attack on pancreatic cells. Hyperglycemia and its associated serious complications are caused by an insufficient supply of insulin. Islet cell transplantation has been investigated as a possible treatment for type 1 diabetes, as it provides new cells for blood glucose control.

  • Carbon Monoxide - Its Fate In The Environment

    Carbon Monoxide - Its Fate In The Environment

    Carbon monoxide (CO) is a perfect example of humans' desire to learn and understand the mechanisms and interdependencies in the environment. CO is a flammable gas that is colorless and odorless. It is toxic and poses a risk to human health and the environment. CO's toxicity to higher living organisms has been well documented, owing to carboxyhemoglobin formation.

  • What Is Bordetella Vaccine For Dogs? And How Does It Work?

    What Is Bordetella Vaccine For Dogs? And How Does It Work?

    The Bordetella vaccine is a non-core vaccine administered to dogs that are often exposed to other dogs in housing or social situations.

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - How To Diagnose And Treat The Symptoms In Young People

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - How To Diagnose And Treat The Symptoms In Young People

    Chronic fatigue syndrome is a complex disorder that affects both children and adults.

  • Diagnosis And Treatment Of Ankle Arthritis

    Diagnosis And Treatment Of Ankle Arthritis

    Ankle arthritis is nine times less frequent than symptomatic arthritis in the knee and hip.

  • Importance Of Animal Cell Culture In Vaccine Production

    Importance Of Animal Cell Culture In Vaccine Production

    Importance of animal cell culture in vaccine production is evident because animal cells were used to prepare the human vaccines.

  • Review Of The Tongkat Ali Supplement Containing The Most Eurycomanone

    Review Of The Tongkat Ali Supplement Containing The Most Eurycomanone

    Tongkat ali containing eurycomanone is a herbal treatment that has been used to treat a variety of conditions, including low testosterone and male infertility.

  • Immunology In Changing World

    Immunology In Changing World

    Immunology, a century-old field, has benefited from new, strong methodologies and technology like systems biology and genome/proteome broad screening.