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Both total abdominal fat and intra-hepatic lipid content were greater in HIV-positive men than in healthy controls, and were associated with dyslipidemia.
Hemoperitoneum as the sole indicator of abdominal visceral injuries: a potential limitation for screening abdominal US for trauma.
The doctor should perform an abdominal examination and a rectal examination to see if the child is retaining stool," notes Loening-Baucke.
2004), species in the genus Xenylla are mainly characterized by (1) 5+5, rarely 4+4 ommatidia, (2) postantennal organ absent, (3) mandible short with a well developed molar plate, maxillary head with normal lamellae, (4) furca rarely absent, showing a diverse morphology, if mucro separated from the dens, which normally bears 2 setae; mucro, however, fused with the dens or mucro absent, the dens has 1 or 2 setae, (5) empodium absent, and (6) abdominal segment V tergite with p3 as sensilla.
Researchers attempted to correlate single- and multisection magnetic resonance measurements with clinical measurements for assessment of abdominal fat volumes.
An older system subdivides abdominal pregnancies into primary or secondary types.
The complete abdominal surgical robots market report spreads across 416 pages is supported with 176 tables and figures is available at http://www.
Unfortunately, abdominal separation often leaves women with uncomfortable and embarrassing symptoms.
Intra-abdominal pregnancy is a type of ectopic pregnancy wherein the fetus grows in the abdominal cavity.
Endovascular abdominal aorta steel universal (multi-part) with a complete set for implantation - 15 zest.
When excess abdominal fat accumulates, research indicates a strong correlation with cardiovascular disease, type II diabetes, and even some types of cancer.
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) is the enlargement of the abdominal aorta, the largest blood vessel in the body.