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The increased CCAD diagnosis over the last two decades can be attributed to an increased awareness of the clinical manifestations of dissections and to the increased use of non invasive diagnostic imaging techniques (I).
A prospective study of shoulder disability resulting from radical and modified neck dissections.
The skills and knowledge gained from these first three experiences help in the exploration of additional bodies and systems in the novel, the dissections of which are imperative for Fishbelly's maturation.
More than 60% of the patients who had active migraines at the time of their dissections, however, reported that their migraines were alleviated after the incident.
Evans (veterinary and comparative anatomy, New York State College of Veterinary Medicine) and de Lahunta (veterinary anatomy, Emeritus Rye, New Hampshire) arrange dissections according to body location, with each chapter providing specific information on the preferred sequences.
Approximately 2% to 20% of IMH results in acute aortic dissections as a consequence of penetrating ulceration.
More than 60% of the cases who had active migraines at the time of their dissections, however, reported that their migraines were alleviated after the incident.
Anew law lets Virginia teens opt out of real-life dissections (cutting apart animals for study) in biology class.
In Francesco Vimercato (1512-20), we again find explicit discussions of anatomical dissections purportedly disproving some aspect of Aristotelian biology.
Traumatic internal carotid artery dissections caused by blunt softball injuries.
In fact, Carlino shows how widespread "private" anatomies were throughout the period (often done illicitly, but providing intimate contact with corpses), in addition to post-mortem dissections, such as Alessandro Benedetti's study of syphilitic patients.