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Can You Tell Me More About Dr Rachel Ellis
Cosmetic Surgeon: Dr. Rachel ellis is board-certified specializing in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the eyelids and face. Dr. Ellis works closely with each patient to develop an individualized plan of treatment and is dedicated to helping you achieve a natural post-surgical look. You can learn more about dr. Rachel ellis here: http://eye.Belaray.Com/. ...Read more
Dermatologist: Dr. Amy slear, md is a board certified dermatologist. Dr. Slear currently teaches residents at the new york harbor va and at glen cove hospital. You can learn more about dr. Slear here: http://belaray.Com/blog/. ...Read more
Dear Dr does sleeping in one side most of the time very bad or not for my inner organs or not, I'm usually using right side to sleep, tell me more pls?
Sleeping on one side: IS COMPLETELY NORMAL ,,,,and in occurs in MOST people! No harm will occur! Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more
Result Weak Muscle: It will take a long time for nerves to regenerate. If the nerves are not surgically re-connected, it becomes really hard for full function to return. Even with surgery there is evidence you may not get full recovery. ...Read more
Topical anesthetic: Anbesol contains the local anesthetic Benzocaine and will numb oral exposed nerve endings. It is recommended for people over the age of 2 only. It can help with toothache, canker sores or other oral lesions. Use caution if you have methemaglobinemia history or are allergic to ester local anesthetics. Follow usage instructions accurately to prevent over exposure and serious side effects. ...Read more
Skin is good: Skin is a complex organ that keeps your insides inside and keeps things from the outside outside. This is an important job. It also helps regulate temperature and allows you to feel things. It is quite resilient, but over a lifetime can only recover from so much damage, so it must be protected from the sun and from repeated physical or chemical injury. ...Read more
In 400 characters or: Less? Here are some great mayo clinic articles. Herpes simplex 1: http://www.Mayoclinic.Org/diseases-conditions/cold-sore/basics/definition/con-20021310 ; herpes simplex 2: http://www.Mayoclinic.Org/diseases-conditions/genital-herpes/basics/definition/con-20020893. ...Read more
Ever SEE a SOUND?: Synesthesia- defined as stimulating one sensory modality (such as sight) but PERCEIVING that stimulation in terms of another sensory modality's functional response (such as sound). So, SEE'ing SOUNDS or Tasting a Rainbow? Some high level trained musicians can memorize music by "hearing color." Are you a SYNESTHETE? Check this little summary out: https://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/syne.htm ...Read more
Adequate resection: Tumors both benign and malignant must be removed with adequate margins so that tumor cells are not left behind. In addition there shouldn't be damage to surrounding organs. The rule is that simple and radical surgery are not important. What is needed is adequate surgery to remove the tumor to prevent recurrence. ...Read more
Lots to tell: There is a lot of information on this subject - far more than can fit here. See these 2 websites to start: http://www.unos.org/donation/index.php http://donatelife.net/understanding-donation/ ...Read more
It is a plant: Genus mitragyna, found in southeast asia. The leaves of which contain a psychoactive substance, which in low doses may have more stimulant effects, and in higher doses opiate-like effects. A problem, as with all herbal substances in the us, is that it is unregulated, and you do not know the purity, quantity of drug and presence of adulterants (in germany you do). I have seen and treated abusers. ...Read more
Yes: Benign hyper mobility syndrome or generalized ligamentous laxity can be applied to individuals with very lax or loose joints. This may or may not be a problem. Being loose jointed can be helpful in some activities, but you are more susceptible to joint sprains and strains. Over use can also cause pain. Some congenital conditions like marfans syndrome, or ehlers-danlos syndrome are associated. ...Read more
EDWARDS SYNDROME:: A chromosomal disorder: trisomy 18. 1/ 6000 births. Low birth wt, closed fists w/index finger overlaping 3rd and 5th overlaping the 4th; small head with prominent occiput; small mandible; short sternum; rocker bottom feet; narrow hips with limited abduction; heart and kidney malformations; mental retardation........ 95% lethal in the 1st. Year. ...Read more
It's a hormone: It is released by the kidneys and stimulates the bone marrow cells to make red blood cells. Red blood cells carry oxygen from the lungs to all over the body.... As a medication, it is used to treat certain types of anemia (conditions of low red blood cell production). It is also sometimes abused by some athletes to increase their red cells to improve their performance!!! ...Read more
Many types: There are gas permeable, scleral, soft daily disposable, soft extended wear, hybrid, so even a longer answer just begins to scratch the surface. The risks vary with the type of lens; all increase risk of eye infections, eye irritation and scratched corneas are the most common complications of contact lenses. Be careful not to wear cls if you have a red eye or feel a cold or flu beginning. ...Read more
C/S scar tissue: Every time a cut is made into the uterus to extract the baby the smooth muscle sometimes gets thinner when surgically repaired. Subsequent pregnancies after 3 or 4 C/sections can produce a very, very thin "see through window" into the uterus that has the potential to rupture prior to or during inadvertent labor causing a maelstrom of difficulties in diagnosis and mortality to the infant. ...Read more
Not specifically: In puberty, growth centers have some potential for more growth and simple measures help the best.Follow a healthy diet, rest and exercise, but special diets or exercises will not make you grow taller than their genetic potential.If you want to know how much longer they have to grow, an x-ray of the wrist and hand can be analysed for bone maturity. ...Read more
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