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  • The lung, situated in the thorax and main physiological functions are: controlling respiration, dominating Qi dispersing and descending, supporting skin and hair, communicates with the throat and opens into the nose. Its meridian connects with the large intestine. Controlling respiration respiration means that the lung is a respiratory organ through which the clean Qi (the air) from the exterior and the Qi from the interior can be mingled.

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  • The book opens with a section on recent advances in analytical methods. Dr. Kang Bongsu contributed a chapter that presents an alternative technique for the free and forced vibration analysis of one-dimensional distributed parameter systems. This approach is based on the idea of superimposing the amplitudes of the constituent travelling waves, rather than the traditional approach of normal mode expansion that relies on the apriori calculation of eigensolutions or assumed normal modes.

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  • Health and Quality of Life Outcomes BioMed Central Review Open Access The impact of urinary incontinence on self-efficacy and quality of life Barbara Ann Shelton Broome* Address: University of South Alabama College of Nursing, Mobile, AL, USA 36688-0002 Email: Barbara Ann Shelton Broome* - bbroome@usouthal.edu * Corresponding author Published: 22 August 2003 Health and Quality of Life Outcomes 2003, 1:35 This article is available from: http://www.hqlo.com/content/1/1/35 Received: 03 July 2003 Accepted: 22 August 2003 © 2003 Broome; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.

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  • Health and Quality of Life Outcomes BioMed Central Research Open Access Validation of a patient-administered questionnaire to measure the activity impairment experienced by women with uncomplicated urinary tract infection: the Activity Impairment Assessment (AIA) Diane J Wild*1, Darren J Clayson1, Karen Keating2 and Kathleen Gondek2 Address: 1Oxford Outcomes Ltd, Old Barn, Jericho Farm, Cassington, Oxford, OX29 4SZ, UK and 2Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, 400 Morgan Lane, West Haven, CT 06515-4175, USA Email: Diane J Wild* - diane.wild@oxfordoutcomes.com; Darren J Clayson - darren.

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  • Check inside shoes for foreign objects, torn lining, and proper cushioning. Improper or poorly fitting shoes are major contributors to diabetes foot ulcerations. Counsel patients about appropriate footwear. All patients with diabetes need to pay special attention to the fit and style of their shoes and should avoid pointed-toe and open-toe shoes, high heels, thongs and sandals. Assess the material and construction of footwear. Unbreathable and inelastic materials such as plastic should be avoided.

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  • Tunisia was the first Muslim country to introduce information on reproduction and family planning in its school curriculum in the early 1960s. By the early 1990s, reproductive health educa- tion for both girls and boys had been incorporated into the public school science curriculum. Turkey stands out for its coverage of SRH topics in the school curriculum and the willingness and openness of teachers to discuss these issues in the classroom.

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  • This is a very important, very exciting time in your life as you go through so many changes on your way to becoming an adult. Along with the transformation your body is undergoing, many other things in your life are changing, too. For example, your relationships with your parents and your friends may be different now than when you were younger, and people may treat you differently. Also, the way you look at things is probably not the same as it used to be. Of course, you have lots of questions.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Outcomes of surgical treatment for upper urinary tract transitional cell carcinoma: Comparison of retroperitoneoscopic and open nephroureterectomy

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  • Yes you are. Anyone who was in arrears on their mortgage on their home before 1 January 2011 (the date the revised Mortgage Arrears Code came into effect), is covered by the revised Code. Your lender must apply the protections of the revised Mortgage Arrears Code to your case after 1 January, but how they do this will depend on what stage of the Mortgage Arrears Resolution Process (MARP) you are at when the revised Code came into place. For example, if you entered an arrangement with your lender last year and this breaks down after 1 January...

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  • Study differences in experimental design, including choice of spectral bands, brain regions, brain states (activated or resting) and type of analysis, as well as small sample sizes, differences in sample age ranges, diversityofseverityofimpairment, lack of replication tests and disparity of results make difficult a meaningful summary of spectral coherence findings in ASD. Furthermore, few studies considered the reality of ASD group-specific EEG artifacts, including eye blink and muscle movement, and their potential spurious effects upon coherence.

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  • Other areas, such as infec- tious disease and aging research, illustrate the dramatic recent progress made possible by evolutionary insights. In still other areas, such as epidemiology, psychiatry, and understanding the regulation of bodily defenses, applying evo- lutionary principles remains an open opportunity. In addition to the utility of specific applications, an evolutionary perspective fundamentally challenges the prevalent but fundamentally incorrect metaphor of the body as a machine designed by an engineer.

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  • Current radical surgery against localized prostate cancer (PCa), such as open (Memmelaar, 1949; Reiner & Walsh, 1979; Walsh & Donker, 1982), laparoscopic (Schuessler et al., 1997; Abbou et al., 2000; Guillonneau et al., 2003) or robot-assisted prostatectomy (Binder & Kramer, 2001; Menon et al., 2002; Menon et al., 2004), has a possible risk to injure supporting structures that surround and support the prostate as well as the external sphincter and the neurovascular bundle.

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  • At the lower end of the uterus is the cervix, a narrow opening. It is through the cervix that the sperm traveled on their way to the egg cell. Connecting the cervix to the outside of the body is the vagina. The vagina is made up of muscular tissue. It is into the vagina that sperm are ejaculated from the penis. Also, the vagina is the birth canal, through which the infant passes as it leaves the mother’s body during childbirth. Unlike in males, the reproductive pathway in females is not combined with the pathway for excretion.

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  • Urinary incontinence was temporary, disappearing within 3 months. By the transurethral technique, continence can be reserved because the operator can easily detect the external sphincter, and supporting structures surrounding the prostate therefore allow the urethra to remain intact. The most excellent results of postoperative continence after radical prostatectomy are reported 93.0 % as to open prostatectomy (Walsh et al., 2000), 97.4 % as to laparoscopic surgery (Christopher et al., 2011) and 98.0 % as to robot-assisted surgery (Patel et al., 2005).

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