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R. Barnes

But Can you play this?

X-Ray and CT-Scan are both machines which can be used to create images of the internal structure of an object. These two machines are used by doctors to accurately diagnose a patient, especially when conditions in the inner structures of a man were to be determined. Both machines are powerful,...Read More

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A bone scan is a process whereby nuclear scanning is used to examine the internal bone structure of the body. A PET scan can be referred to as the Positron Emission Topography scan. This is a process that uses a special kind of camera and tracer to examine deep inside the body, the organs with...Read More

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Based on recent studies, the growth hormone deficiency is the most common hormone deficiency that occurs in patients with brain cancer that undergoes intracranial radiation therapy. Most often, this hormone deficiency is diagnosed in cancer patients that experienced long exposures to high-dose...Read More

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R. Jones

Curious about the World

MRI and PET Scan are two types of imaging machines which are used by the doctors in diagnosing different kinds of diseases or health conditions in the body. These machines are very useful in that they give a precise and accurate diagnostic report about a patient health issue. However, there are...Read More

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The best way to prepare skin for electrode application that I could find was to shave the hair the day before if necessary, and wash the skin with a damp towel or alcohol swab before drying the area off thoroughly. This will ensure that the electrodes don’t stick uncomfortably or pull at...Read More

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An abdominal aortic aneurysm, or AAA, is a localized enlargement of the abdominal aorta such that the diameter is more significant than 3cm or more than 50% larger than normal diameter. An aneurysm usually causes no symptoms except when ruptured. As abdominal aortic aneurysms grow, they m...Read More

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Can you explain how EEG is more usefulfor Acoustic Neuroma than it is for (incorrectly spelled) Encephalopathy? I need convincing.

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The initial reaction of the SNS though would increase blood pessure to try to cope for the rupture because it is the body's initial defense mechanism and then following would be a decrease in blood pressure because the body cannot keep up. This question should be modified because increased BP...Read More

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All of the above conditions can cause temporary reversible ECI. These include the presence of CNS depressants. There are a wide range of CNS depressant that include diazepam, meprobamate, mecloqualone, methaqualone, and barbiturates. Apart from that, Hypothermia can also be a leading cause...Read More

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I think the answer is 2nd degree A.V. block

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