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SPINESSummer Program in Neuroscience, Ethics and Survival
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I didn't know," ventured the nurse, "that he thought he had a lump on his spine.
Grown careless from months of continued safety, during which time he had seen no dangerous animals during the daylight hours, he had left his rifles and revolvers all within the little cabin, and now that he saw the great ape crashing through the underbrush directly toward him, and from a direction which practically cut him off from escape, he felt a vague little shiver play up and down his spine.
You poor devil," he said gently, rubbing White Fang's ears and tapping his spine.
Laughing a little over her fancy, yet with something of a creepy sensation in the region of her spine, Anne kissed her hand to Gog and Magog and slipped out into the fog, with some of the new magazines under her arm for Leslie.
Several studies, examining spine replacement in other stingray species have found that many of these species replace their spines seasonally.
In studies of 1-to-2-month-old mice, Svoboda and his colleagues found that although the dendrites of the mouse cortex remain stable, many of their spines quickly appear and vanish.
An imbalance in the alignment can result in a hyperlordotic (hyperextended or very much hollowed) lumbar spine, a factor in a majority of dance-related injuries.
The Bonati Spine Institute, the leading center for the patented Bonati Spine Procedures for minimally invasive laser spine surgery, suggests that individuals look to Olympic athletes for lessons regarding spine health.
planci outbreaks contains abundant starfish spines and skeletal elements called ossicles.
This is a fusion of the front of the spine without having to go through the abdomen.
Girardi will make a podium presentation of the results at the Spine Arthroplasty Society conference being held at the Marriott Marquis, Times Square in New York City, at 10:10 a.