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What's the role of lymp?

What's the role of lymp?

Tissue fluid drainag: Interstitial fluid which lies in the interstices of all body tissues is collected through lymph capillaries; then transported though lymph vessels to lymph nodes before emptying into the subclavian vein, where it mixes back with blood. Lymph returns protein and excess interstitial fluid to the circulation. Lymph may pick up bacteria metastatic cancer cells can be transported via lymph. ...Read more

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Symptoms of roger mortis?

Symptoms of roger mortis?

Rigor Mortis: Is one sign of death, caused by chemical changes in muscles after death, causing stiffness. It starts 3-4 hours after death, reaches maximum after 12 hours, & gradually dissipates after 2-3 days after death. ...Read more

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Got a bad clod what to take ?

Got a bad clod what to take ?

See here: Please consider checking out this helpful link about cold remedies. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/common-cold/in-depth/cold-remedies/art-20046403 ...Read more

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Hi dr. Need to rise my wight?

Hi dr. Need to rise my wight?

See below: In order to increase your weight you must eat or drink more calories daily than you burn up. But you don't want just more fat on the body so it's important to build muscle also. In order to do this you increase the amount of food you eat daily. Follow a mediterranean type diet and start a strength training muscle building program. For information on diet go to http://bit.ly/1FMQO4d ...Read more

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What was clara barton's legacy?

What was clara barton's legacy?

American Red Cross: Clarissa (clara) barton founded the american red cross. ...Read more

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What are the resons of coughing?

What are  the resons of coughing?

Asthma heyfever GERD: The most common reasons for chronic or recurrent cough include asthma (especially if the cough occurs with exercise or exposure to allergens), heyfever or allergic rhinitis which causes a post nasal drip or gerd (gastoesophageal reflux disease) with acid coming up from your stomach. Your doctor can help figure out which is the cause and the best treatment. If necessary ask for allergist referral. ...Read more

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What are clia waived test strips?

What are clia waived test strips?

Government rules: The U.S. Government has thousands and thousands of regulations. Some simpler lab tests are put into the government's "clia waived" category, and has no special meaning to a patient. ...Read more

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Can your cut reopen after 3 weeks?

Can your cut reopen after 3 weeks?

Yes: With enough tension/pressure, a recently closed wound can reopen. Best to have it re-evaluated by the doctor if that happens. ...Read more

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What is a role of becasule capsule?

What is a role of becasule capsule?

Becosule: It's a multi- vitamin supplement.. Generally, I do not recommend vitamins or supplements unles there is a proven need. Claims of increased energy, stamina, memory, etc are totally false, and no vitamin or supplement will provide any benefit unless there is a deficiency. A normal balanced diet will provide more than enough of these substances, in their most readily absorbable form. ...Read more

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Can you explain the ross procedure?

Can you explain the ross procedure?

Replace Aortic valve: Very interesting operation concieved by mr. Donald ross, a briish cardiac surgeon for severe aortic valve disease. Unique, in that patients aortic valve is replaced with their own pulmonary valve (autograft). Patient's pulmonary valve is then replaced with a porcine heart valve graft. Rationale is that patients own pulmonary valve functions longer that a porcineaortic valve replacement graft. ...Read more

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How can you tell if an onion is rotten?

How can you tell if an onion is rotten?

Soft or firm: Onions can keep a long time in a cool, dark space. An onion is usually rotten if it is soft/mushy. If it is firm, it should be ok...Even if it has started growing a greenish plant from the middle. Just cut that part out. ...Read more

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What could cause a rotten taste all the time?

What could cause a rotten taste all the time?

Several things: It could be gum disease, sinus infection, gastric problems, several large cavities. See your dentist now. ...Read more

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I had stiches removed and the wound reopened.

I had stiches removed and the wound reopened.

Sorry to: hear that..It will have to heal ?by secondary" means (Gradual "filling in") thus leaving (usually) a prominent scar! REPORT THIS TO THE PRACTITIONER who put in the stitches Cover the wound with a DRY STERILE DRESSING!....Hope this is helpful Dr Z ...Read more

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Is skipping with a rope a good exercise form?

Is skipping with a rope a good exercise form?

Yes: Skipping rope is a good form of aerobic activity. It would be best to mix it with other aerobic exercises and to consider some weight work as well. ...Read more

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Is it funny to have tan rosy cheeks during winter?

Is it funny to have tan rosy cheeks during winter?

Superficial capillar: You are seeing the superficial capillaries reacting to the cold by filling with blood to warm the skin . This in normal and depends on the type and thickness of your skin ...Read more

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What is meaning of 20 pt rise in BP from 110 to 130?

What is meaning of 20 pt rise in BP from 110 to 130?

Multiple: If your BP is normally in the 110 range and you suddenly have a rise to a higher range, you should seek care to rule out damage to your heart or kidneys. Of course, over time BP ranges can increase gradually and this also be a sign of hypertension beginning in your life. Consider your family's medical history and your own personal physical conditioning. ...Read more

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Were ancient Romans the first to record health records?

Were ancient Romans the first to record health records?

Greek/Roman Culture: Narratives of cures, or what we might think of as case histories, were recorded in ancient Greek medical works and the practice was revived in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. ...Read more