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  • Brachycephalic Syndrome Essay

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    quite expensive, when it comes for a Bulldog particularly. This is so because of they are more prone to poor health conditions than other breeds. The health issues may include, bloat, laryngeal paralysis, blood-clotting disease, megaesophagus, hydrocephalus, pyloric stenosis, and inherited deafness with a lot of white on their head. Wonderful, Companionable Pets Man’s best friends are not only wonderful, compassionable but they truly left up our happy moments. They help everyone to learn about companionship

  • HELLP Syndrome Analysis

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    Here in the United States, there are medical facilities who because of their religious affiliations are not able to function to the highest level of care. It is because of these facilities, mainly hospitals, and their adherence the religious doctrines that are set forth by either churches or other religious orders, that people may find that they can be denied certain procedures forcing people to face unneeded consequences. The group of people that can specifically fine themselves denied are women

  • Endoscopic Transsphenoidal Surgery For Pituitary Adenoma

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    Endoscopic Transsphenoidal Surgery for Pituitary Adenoma: Outcome and complications Karam Kenawy1, 2, Mashahiro Toda1, M. Abdelaal2 , Tarek L Salem3, Kazunari Yoshida1, Roshdy Elkhayat4 1-Department of neurosurgery, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan. 2- Department of neurosurgery, Sohag University, Sohag, Egypt. 3- Department of neurosurgery, Ain shames university, Cairo, Egypt. 4- Department of neurosurgery, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt. Address for

  • The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part Time Indian By Sherman Alexie

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    “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian”, written by Sherman Alexie, is a novel describing a 14 year old’s journey throughout high school. In the story, Junior, the main character, is faced with multiple obstacles in his life: Hydrocephalus, poverty, and the target of bullying. Despite the world being against him, Junior’s multiple traits helps him greatly when it comes to the adversity that accompanies his migration from the Wellpinit Reservation to Rearden. During the beginning of the

  • Spina Bifida Disorder

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    Spina Bifida Spina Bifida literally means “split spine”. It is the most common permanent disabling birth defect in the United States. It happens when the brain, spinal cord do not completely develop. It is the most common neural tube defect in the United States- affecting 1500 to 2000 of more than four million babies in each year. An estimate shows 166,000 individual lives with Spina Bifida in the United States. I choose this disorder because many people do not about the effects, causes, symptoms

  • The Disease Of Parkinson 's Disease

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    Abstract This paper is limited to Parkinson’s Disease. Parkinson’s Disease was thoroughly researched and will be described in depth including: physiology, etiology, signs and symptoms, diagnostic testing, therapeutic measures, and short vs. long term effects. Keywords: Parkinson’s Disease, dopamine, diagnosis, symptoms Parkinson’s, a Central Nervous System Disorder Since becoming a nursing student I have learned about several diseases and disorders. When hearing the term, “disease” one might imagine

  • Murderball Reflection

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    The documentary, Murderball, takes its viewers on a journey through the masculine mind as the men struggle and come to grips with the permanent changes from their disabilities. The stereotypical male aggression is first and foremost paraded as remaining constant, even after the loss of physical function. Unabashedly, the men discuss their sexual excursions, explaining in detail how they are still able to perform, and even how easy it is to line up new conquests. While dispelling many of the myths

  • A Summary Of Meta-Analysis

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    A meta-analysis performed by Gu et al compared the safety and efficacy of propofol with midazolam for sedation of patients with severe traumatic brain injury. Gu et al performed this meta-analysis because of the lack of systematic reviews or meta-analysis available, which focus on TBI patients in the comparison of the safety and efficacy of propofol and midazolam. The analysis involved four small, randomised controlled trials that compared the impact of the two drugs on ICP and cerebral perfusion

  • Pediatric Meningococcal Meningitis

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    Meningococcal Meningitis is the infection and inflammation of the meninges. Newborns and infants are at greatest risk for contracting bacterial meningitis with Neisseria meningitides being the typical pathogen in the majority of children age 2 months through 12 years (London, Ladewig, Ball, Bindler, & Cowen, 2011). There is a mortality rate of 10% for children who develop meningitis from this particular bacterium (Muller, 2013). N. meningitides bacterium responsible for outbreaks in densely populated

  • Essay about Chemicals In The Environment

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    Chemicals In The Environment In today’s society chemicals, whether you like it or not are a fact of life. Many people are afraid of chemicals and their effects on them and the environment. This is understandable because the truth of the matter is that chemicals can do some horrible things to humans, animals and the whole ecosystem. Some would say that chemicals should be done away with for these reasons. But this certainly is not true and most likely impossible. Chemicals can also have some