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And does it really matter that many people are ignorant of their anatomical components and their role in keeping our body fit and fine?
Software-hardware complex for visualization of anatomical data;server with preinstalled software for visualization of anatomical data;specialized software for visualization of anatomical data
It can meet the needs of pulmonary arteries with different anatomical structures and features the only interventional pulmonary valve in the world that can treat patients with a large size of the right ventricular outflow tract.
Specific anatomical and physiological changes in plants facing stressful environments may enable them to thrive well in such environments (Noman et al.
PARENTS' CLAIM If a complete prenatal anatomical survey had been performed when requested, the abnormality would have been detected.
This volume provides a new and insightful look into anatomical collections and medical museums.
The team assembled the largest-yet datasets of both anatomical and molecular characters for the major groups of lizards and snakes.
The second updated edition of Acupuncture: An Anatomical Approach is directed to medical professionals who may not have a clear idea of how acupuncture can fit into a traditional medical paradigm, and is a recommendation not for general-interest readers so much as medical collections and healthcare professionals.
ESTABLISHMENT OF A NEW ANATOMICAL DONATION PROGRAM IN ALABAMA FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH.
Part 2 gives detailed directions for MRI scanning, in chapters on anatomical areas.
The aims of the present study were to determine the extent to which dance experience, body structure, anatomical anomalies, and injuries are associated with scoliosis and to identify variables able to discriminate between scoliotic and non-scoliotic female dancers at time of screening.
CDC is investigating reports of potential occupational exposure to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B virus (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV), and Mycobacterium tuberculosis among workers performing preparation and dissection procedures on human nontransplant anatomical materials at a nontransplant anatomical donation center in Arizona.