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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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    Mandible Fracture Essay

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    Fracture is defined as a discontinuity of the bone [1]. Oral and maxillofacial surgeon treats traumatic injuries. Most of the traumatic injuries are comprised of Mandibullar fractures. The most commonly fracture site in the body is the facial area [2, 3] and the most frequent site in the facial area is mandible [4, 5]. As facial area is without protective covering and the mandible is the most protruded bone this area. The occurrence of injuries in the facial area tends to be high in the facial…

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    Osteoarthritis is a disease of joints that means they do not move as smoothly as they should be, due to the thinning of the cartilage [1]. This disease mostly affects people over the age of 65, and it is estimated that 2.46 million people suffer from osteoarthritis in England alone, just of the hip joint. Osteoarthritis causes a lot of pain to the patient and a loss of mobility due to the damaged joint. It has been found that joint replacement offers significant pain relief and improvement in…

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    Osteochondrodysplasia is a group of unusual hereditary disorders of the bone, connective tissue, or cartilage. In this disorder growth and evolution of cartilage, bone, and connective tissue are impaired. Osteochondrodysplasias can be passed down by the parent to the offspring. This disorder causes the skeleton to flourish abnormally and the results can lead to dwarfism. The chances in someone having osteochondrodysplasia is one in every 4000 to 5000 births. This disorder is not developed as…

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    Paget’s disease of bone is a rather uncommon condition that effects less that 1% of the population of the United States, often presenting with no symptoms or discomfort what so ever. It isn’t known what specifically causes this disease, but it is speculated that heredity plays a big part. Paget’s disease of bone is typically pretty manageable when symptoms do present themselves with a variety of pharmaceutical remedies. Paget’s Disease of Bone Paget’s disease of bone is basically…

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    Jergens Natural Glow Instant Sun As someone who has always felt the need to be tanned (because it makes me feel better about myself) I've tried a lot of different methods... 1. Natural sun: baby oil, olive oil, no oil then shower then put oil on to lock the sun in, beer, reflective sheet, laying by water, floating in water, some SPF, no SPF, etc 2. Tanning beds: cheap tanning lotions, expensive lotions, no lotion, those that tingle, those that don't, mixing up to 7 different lotions because…

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    Essay On Kidney Disease

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    There are multiple kidney diseases that are known to the Medical world, but there will be a discussion about Henoch Shönlein Purpura today. Many young kids have had this Kidney disease and it is not to be taken lightly. At first it comes off as something simple, and it looks like the victim has probably just pulled a muscle, has a fever or has a stomach ache because they are vomiting but no, that is just the beginning of this horrid kidney disease. There are probably many questions going around…

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    Endochondral Ossification All osteogenic tissue from the neck down is made by endochondral ossification, with the exception of the clavicles. The model that bone will eventually replace is composed of hyaline cartilage, the most common cartilage, this process tends to be more difficult than intramembranous ossification since all hyaline cartilage most be decomposed as bone tissue is created. Everything begins at the primary ossification center, which is located in the center of diaphysis of the…

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    The Difference Between the Bones of Children and Adults Children go through several stages of growth before they finally reach adulthood, and their bones change along with them. As babies, their bones are softer and more flexible, so that they can bend some to be able to pass through their mother's birth canal. Then, as they grow older, they firm up considerably, but still stay softer than an adults. Children also have a difference in their growth plates that are at each end of their bones.…

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    Firstly, I will assess if Mrs. Runningbird has a pain or discomfort by asking: Do you have any pain or discomfort in your muscles, bones, or joints? Where is it located? What does it feel like? Pain can result from bone, muscle, or joint problems. Bone pain is not usually associated with movement unless there is a fracture, but muscle pain is. Current or recent illness can cause muscle aches. Bone pain is deep, dull, and throbbing; muscle pain takes the form of cramping or soreness (Jenson,…

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