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    1 mg/kg s.c. agonist CB1 receptor WIN 55,212-2, a 3 mg/kg s.c. antagonist AM251, and a 1 ml/kg s.c. vehicle. This study had two parts to it with one focusing on the behavioral aspects of the animals and the other on the biological aspects. Behavioral…

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    Bone Scan Case Study

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    Patients that will be excluded will be patients that - have thyroid problems - are unfit patients - are on a stretcher or wheel chair in order to minimise their discomfort and reduce the time they spend in the department filling out a consent form as well as having to have to take bone supplements. - Patients excluded will also be those patients in which the injection gets tissued (the entire injection isn’t intravenous some are intramuscular). - Hyperthyroid as well as hypothyroid patients…

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    In the experiment, I tested how soapy water would affect the amount of droplets the penny can hold. The results of my experiment show that the penny holds less droplets of soap water. When the soap is added to the water, the soap collides with water breaking down the tension. As a result, it harder for the droplets to hold together. To find whether my hypothesis was right, I did several of trials to figure out whether my hypothesis was correct. The trials were used to show how soap can change…

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    percent of the 8 elements form the mass of the earth’s crust, ocean and atmosphere. Two of the most abundant elements of the eight are calcium and magnesium. Calcium and magnesium are located on the periodic table located both in group 2 sharing the same family meaning that they share chemical property’s as well as the same valence electron because of their location and family relation to the period table. The alkaline metals are a reactive group of metals and combine with other elements so…

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    Diet Sodas And Soda Diets

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    phosphoric acid. Phosphorus is an essential for all cells in the body. This is because “it is involved in cell signaling, bone formation, and acid-base regulation”(cefic). The compound earlier stated, hydroxyapatite contains both calcium and phosphorus, which are critical for growth and development of the bone structure, as well as the maintenance throughout life. Phosphorus is a mineral acid found in many different foods naturally; however, the amount found in diet soda is unnatural. Elson M.…

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    Fibrous dysplasia is a skeletal disorder in which bone forming cell fail to mature and produce too much fibrous or connective tissue. Fibrous dysplasia is a rare bone disorder in which scar tissue develops in place of normal bone. This can weaken the affected bone and cause it to fracture.Fibrous dysplasia is linked to a gene mutation that affects the cells that produce bone. The mutation occurs after conception, in the early stages of fetal development. Which means the mutation isn't inherited…

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    Bunion Research Paper

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    Have you seen that bony lump at the inside of your big toe joint? If you did, you are most likely to have a bunion. This enlargement is actually a misalignment of your big toe joint, which can have additional bone formation in some cases. Such misalignment makes your big toe to point outward going to your small toes. Bunion, or medically termed as hallux valgus, is a progressive condition that worsens over time. There is a less common bunion called bunionette or tailor's bunion, which is…

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    Causes Of Osteoarthritis

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    Osteoarthritis is a worldwide chronic condition that has impacted the lives on many people today, causing pain, deformity, and difficulty with daily physical tasks. This chronic condition is, “believed to have a genetic cause or predisposition, and is caused by wear and tear on a joint. The cartilage wears away and exposes the bone.” (Rosdahl and Kowalski, 2006, p.1235) This chronic condition generally targets individuals with obesity and it is most commonly found among women. The…

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    1. Describe Ossification during Fetal Development. During the fetal development the first stage of the “bones” is cartilage which resembles bones but is more flexible due to the lack of calcium salts as it develops calcium salts are deposit into it all through until after it is born to life. As a result, the process of gradual replacement of immature bone cells and calcium deposits is called Ossification. 2. What are the roles of Osteoclasts in bone formation? The roles of Osteoclasts in bone…

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    ○ Headache. ○ Dizziness. • Back or neck pain with numbness or weakness, especially if you have bone metastasis in your spine. • High levels of calcium in your blood (hypercalcemia). When bone is destroyed, calcium is released in your blood. Symptoms of hypercalcemia include: ○ Constipation. ○ Thirst. ○ Nausea. ○ Sleepiness. DIAGNOSIS This condition may be diagnosed based on: • Your symptoms and medical history. Your health care provider may suspect this condition if…

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