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  • Fissure Syndrome Case Study

    ABSTRACT The following is a case study of cohort of patients who were suffering from rare autoimmune disease, Fissure Syndrome . Fissure Syndrome is due to the mutation which effects immune functioning and which causes depletion in blood-brain barrier which does not allow the blood flow into the brain or nerve cell. One result of fissure syndrome is that the person can have frequent blackout and bleeding from nose. For many people the conditions can be severe as well as can prove fatal. The…

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  • Henry Fleming In The Red Badge Of Courage

    The Red Badge of Courage describes the struggles of Henry Fleming, the protagonist who yearns to fight in the Civil War. Although he originally joined the military because of his romanticization of war, he feels anxious and worried about the coming battle. Henry is thrust into his first battle, and is overcome by terror. Upon seeing the enemy advance, he decides to run away. The is leads to the main conflict: whether Henry's choice to run from the battles was right or wrong. When he is walking…

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  • Hockey Vs Ice Hockey

    For my comparative analysis I will be analyzing and comparing the 2014 NHL winter classic, featuring the Toronto Maple Leafs against the Detroit Red Wings. For the AFL match I will be analyzing game 7 of the 2015 AFL season featuring the North Melbourne kangaroos against Essendon bombers. Pre-game show In the NHL match, my video source does not include a full pre-game coverage show. However, the video coverage opens with both teams standing on the blue line, with each team standing on the…

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  • Blood Type Lab Report

    place) is attached to a red blood cell’s membrane. The gene is designated as I, and it has three common alleles, which include IA, IB, and i. Different combinations of these three alleles produce four different phenotypes, more commonly referred to as Blood Type A (homozygous IAIA or heterozygous IAi), Blood Type B (homozygous IBIB or heterozygous IBi), Blood Type AB (heterozygous IAIB), and Blood Type O (homozygous ii). The allele IA provides the presence of an A antigen on red blood cells,…

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  • Chicago Cubs Case Study

    On October 21st, 2011, Theo Epstein took a job that many of his friends called career suicide. Epstein is the boy genius who guided the Boston Red Sox to their first World Series victory in 86 years. Epstein then chose to take on another colossal challenge by agreeing to become the President of Baseball Operations for the Chicago Cubs, who have been on a 108 -year quest to win the World Series. When Epstein was named the new President of Baseball Operations, Cubs fans would stop him on the…

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  • Cardiovascular System Case Studies

    CASE STUDY 1 1. The cardiovascular system consists of the following- Blood – It is a red color fluid in the body. Heart – It is also called the control center of our body. It pumps and collects blood to and from the various parts of our body. Blood vessels – Blood vessels are path through which transport medium circulates in our body. 2. The functions of cardiovascular system are as follows- Transportation- It transports blood to all the parts of body. The blood delivers oxygen and nutrients…

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  • Nadrolone Research Paper

    Nandrolone is an anabolic steroid which is used to increase the growth of certain tissues. Athletes would use this enhancing drug to improve their blood’s oxygen-carrying ability. This process would be done by increasing hemoglobin and the size of red blood cells. With this advantage, the athlete would be able to train longer and harder since they would have more amounts of oxygenated blood in their muscles. Athletes who have been injured would also take nandrolone in order to recover quicker.…

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  • Sickle Cell Anemia Causes Red Blood Di

    Sickle Cell Anemia is a blood disorder that causes red blood cells to become misshapen and not live as long as a regular blood cell. Sickle Cell is a disease that is not very common in the world. In the United States, Sickle Cell Anemia affects between 70,000 and 100,000 people and occurring in 1 out of every 36,000 births. Sickle Cell is more likely to occur in somebody from Africa, South or Central America, the Caribbean islands, Mediterranean countries, India or Saudi Arabia. The usual age…

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  • Hinduism Case Studies

    It is transferred into the blood and effects the liver. It ruptures blood cells and causes one to have a fever. (Malaria. 2015) Malaria is and infection of the red blood cells. (“Malaria,”2008) Malaria is usually transmitted by mosquitoes that bite as the sun sets and at sunrise. In India incidence of malaria is 2.2 million each year since 1984 with 293 deaths during 1993. (“Malaria,”2008) Chloroquine was used…

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  • As I Lay Dying Analysis

    A woman’s role presented in “As I Lay Dying,” and Raise the Red Lantern is associated with having children. In these two stories, women are used to have babies, and once they complete that task they are forgotten about. A woman’s personality, and wellbeing is unimportant to the men, therefore leaving it up to the women on whether or not they want to please the man, or choose to do what makes them happy. In “As I Lay Dying,” Dewey Dell, a seventeen-year-old girl, was faced with the challenge of…

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