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  • Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Case Study

    Case Report: Incidental Finding and Repair of a Morgagni Diaphragmatic Hernia during a Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Key Words: Morgagni Hernia, Case Report, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Abstract Morgagni hernias are a rare finding, but even rarer are those that present asymptomatically in adulthood. This case presentation discusses an asymptomatic Morgagni hernia that was incidentally found in an elderly patient during a laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Our patient complained of right upper…

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  • Idiopathic Clubfoot: A Case Study

    infants have short, bowed long bones with crumpling from in utero fractures, blue/grey sclerae, and a large, soft cranium. Radiographs reveal under-tubulated long bones. The most common cause of death is respiratory failure, associated with small thorax, rib fractures, pneumonia, and perhaps with intrinsic collagen-related abnormalities of lung tissue. It is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner. OI Type III (progressive deforming) is the most severe, non-lethal…

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  • Restrictive Cardiomyopathy Research Paper

    Restrictive cardiomyopathy (RCM) is also known as Diastolic Heart Failure, this “is characterized by restrictive filling and reduced diastolic volume of either [one] or both ventricles with normal or near normal systolic function and wall thickness.” There are many types of Cardiomyopathy, Restrictive cardiomyopathy is the least common type. The tell-tale sign of RCM is diastolic dysfunction. Diastolic dysfunction is when the heart does not fill up correctly, either too slowly or too quickly.…

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  • Declawing Persuasive Essay

    convenience. Scratching is a natural behavior for felines and serves many purposes. "It conditions the claws by removing aged cuticle, serves as a visual and scent territorial marker, provides defense from attack, and stretches the muscles of the limbs, thorax, and back", as stated in Literature Review on the Welfare Implications of Declawing of Domestic Cats by the AVMA. After an onychectomy is preformed cats can experience a behavioral change in the way that they become more aggressive. Peta…

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  • Essay On Wasp Nest

    A wasp nest on a property is an unwelcome sight for residents and business owners, especially if the location of the nest is close to where people move about. With wasp nest removal treatment, these worries will be a thing of the past thanks to the wasp control services we offer. In a controlled manner, we can remove a nest while guaranteeing your safety and those around you, including pets. Spotting a Wasp or Hornet Both the wasp and hornet have a striped appearance of alternating black and…

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  • Wasp Control Problem

    the largest and most imposing at 2.6 cm in length. They are often seen on farms and in woodland. Why You Shouldn’t Remove a Nest Yourself The reason wasps are such a problem to deal with is because they possess a potent stinger on the end of their thorax that can deliver painful venom. Not only that but if their nest is disturbed, they will attack as a unit causing life threatening injuries to the recipient. Wasp Nest Removal Treatment The job of dealing with a wasp nest should be left to…

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  • Honey Singh Code Analysis

    I found it very difficult to find a code for "mosh" or "mosh pit" so I am hoping that I did this correctly. I chose to code it this way: S00.83xxA Contusion of other part of head S20.21xxA Contusion of front wall of thorax S40.021xA Contusion of right upper arm S40.022xA Contusion of left upper arm W52.xxxxA Crushed, pushed or stepped on by crowd or human stampede Y93.41 Activity, dancing (all types) By using these codes, I first read the Official Guidelines for Chapter 19 Injury,…

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  • SOMATOM Definition Flash Essay

    SOMATOM Definition Flash Unique to the SOMATOM Definition Flash are its Dual Source technology and the revolutionary Stellar Detectors. They make it possible to scan virtually any patient, both at very low radiation and contrast dose – no matter whether the patient has an unstable heart condition, cannot hold his breath, or is obese, very tall, poly-traumatized, or a moving child. Its unmatched innovations include a 78 cm gantry bore, 307 kg capacity, 2 x 100 kW, 2 m scan range, whole-organ…

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  • Social Wasps Essay

    non-stinging varieties. And all do far more good for humans by controlling pest insect populations than harm. Wasps are distinguishable from bees by their pointed lower abdomens and the narrow "waist," called a petiole, that separates the abdomen from the thorax. They come in every color imaginable, from the familiar yellow to brown, metallic blue, and bright red. Generally, the brighter colored species are in the Vespidae, or stinging wasp, family. All wasps build…

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  • Environmental Impacts Of Honey Bees

    It is necessary to produce about one-third of the food that humans eat. No, it is not high fructose corn syrup, but pollination by honeybees. Brad Plumer of the Washington Post quotes, “The U.N. Food and Agricultural Organization estimates that ‘out of some 100 crop species, which 90% of food worldwide, 71 of these are bee pollinated.’ Around the World, these crops are worth at least $207 billion.” One fact even more bizarre is that honeybees are disappearing and no one seems to know for sure…

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