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Genetics Home Reference: hyperparathyroidism-jaw tumor syndrome by nih.gov Posted Mon 19 Jul 2010 11:51am On this page: Description Genetic changes Inheritance Treatment Additional information Other names Glossary definitions Reviewed July 2010 What is hyperparathyroidism-jaw tumor syndrome? Hyperparathyroidism-jaw tumor syndrome is a co ... Read on »
Jaw surgery to remove tumor? - Dental Health - MedHelp by Dr. Syed L. Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 17 Feb 2010 3:12pm This is a discussion on MedHelp about Jaw surgery to remove tumor?. Community members of MedHelp provide help, support, guidance and discussion around the topic of Jaw surgery to remove tumor? … More:  Jaw surgery to remove tumor? - Dental Health - MedHelp Read on »
They thought it was a tumor at f ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:21pm They thought it was a tumor at first but turns out he had a twin living inside him for 36 years...and it was taking over several functions of his body including the ability to breathe..rare condition but the fact that is survived so long is strange as well...BD Sanju Bhagat's stomach was once so swollen he looked nine months pregnant and c ... Read on »
Risperdal and S100B: Prolactin, Tumors and Tardive Dyskinesia by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 May 2012 12:00am By Teresa Conrick With Autism numbers climbing, there are those who look to the profit margin of knowing thousands of children, teens and young adults may need medications to "target behavior."   It is unfortunate and incorrect that Autism is still being looked at as a behavioral and developmental disability for many inste ... Read on »
Low-Carb Diet Prevents Sagging Skin, Prostate Tumor Growth, And Hypercholesterolemia by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:30pm The science behind livin' la vida low-carb continues to pour in like gangbusters and it's sometimes hard to keep up with it all. In fact, much of the research has already been out there a few years--especially before I started blogging in 2005. But don't worry, I'm committed to finding it all and compiling it together for you right h ... Read on »
New Tumors . . . New Chemo by Marilyn D. Posted Sun 03 Oct 2010 9:39am New CT Scan Results I went in to see my Oncologist this past Tuesday, September 28th to get the results of my CT scan and for another Oxaliplatin chemo infusion. As I had been experiencing unusual pain in my neck and felt a bit more fatigued than usual, I expected that the results would not be good. They weren't. The tumors that existed in my ... Read on »
Desmoid tumor: benign but nasty by pathologystudent Posted Sun 01 Jul 2012 10:37pm Desmoid tumor, also called deep-seated fibromatosis, is a benign tumor that is nonetheless a nasty beast. It is composed of fibroblasts, and it often presents as a large, infiltrative masses. Desmoid tumors may occur in patients with familial adenomatous polyposis (also called Gardner syndrome), an autosomal dominant disorder characterize ... Read on »
Meningioma: The Link Between Dental X-Rays and Brain Tumor is Real by Kodjoworkout Posted Sat 10 Nov 2012 10:10am According to recent research and a study published in the American Cancer Society Journal there is a definite connection between dental x-rays and meningioma. What is Meningioma? Meningioma is the most common form of brain tumor. True to its name, it is found in the meninges, which is the thin membrane surrounding the brain and the s ... Read on »
Introduction and Role of Jaw Plate of Jaw Crusher by yyw315 Posted Wed 07 Nov 2012 12:33am The fixed crushing plate on the front wall of the rack is installed by the countersunk bolts, most of which are vertically positioned. The movable jaw is installed with a tilt angle of 15 ° to 25 °. On the surface of the movable jaw, we can install the moving jaw plate through the countersunk bolts. The jaw plate plays very important role in ... Read on »
Patients with Insurance are struggling with Medical Bills too – The Ticking Time Bomb by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 22 Jun 2009 11:51am How much can we afford to pay for chronic care illness, and what are patients missing when the care and expenses are out of reach. As insurance coverage has changed with more on catastrophic coverage plans, the money is coming out of the patient’s pocket.  It is also having an affect on the development of new technology for care, as device compan ... Read on »