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Type of manuscript: research article Running title: B.SadhviUndergraduate studentSaveetha dental college, Saveetha University, Chennai, India.Dr. yuvraj babu.Kdepartment of Anatomy,Saveetha Dental college, Saveetha university, chennai, India.Corresponding author Dr.yuvraj babu. KDepartment of Anatomy,Saveetha Dental college, Saveetha University,162, Poonamallee High Road,Chennai 600077Tamil Nadu, India Email: [email protected] number: 9841056964Total number of words:ABSTRACT AIM:    To check if nasal index is a parameter for estimating gender difference BACKGROUND :MATERIALS AND METHODS:     …

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Anoutstanding physician, Charles Drew, found a method to store blood plasma. Borninto an African American family, Charles faced rejection but overcame manyobstacles, and became the first African American to earn his doctorate degreefrom Columbia (Biography.com editors). Charles learned and worked with blood inorder to save others (Garstecki).            Charles Drew, the oldest kid amongthe middle- class family, was born on June …

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It was also used to help hospitals/doctors to perform surgery Explain the need for the invention or innovation The Canadian was needed because something had to help assist astronauts I n space missions and was made to pick up a payload and repair and deploy satellites. Another reason why the Canadian was also invented was because the people who work …

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In the United states, Cancer is responsible for 23% of all deaths annually with the rate declining at 1% between 1990 and 2000 (Mitchell, et al. 2006). The word “cancer” is derived from the Latin word meaning “crab” due to its spread usually seen in cancers that metastasize. Cancer is one of the life threatening diseases and contributes a significant …

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Uveitis can give rise to a wide range of macularpathologies including macular edema, MH, ERM and CNV formation. In a largecohort of 413 eyes with uveitis, Liu et al. reported MH formation in 2.6% eyes.(110)Panuveitis like Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada (VKH) syndrome and Behcets disease(BD) are the most common associations.(111–120) MH less commonly occurs in anterioruveitis, idiopathic pars planitis, idiopathic posterior uveitis, CMV …

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Atherosclerosis is one of the key factors that contribute to Ischemic Heart Disease. It is the hardening and narrowing of the inner arterial walls of the arteries, which hinders the flow of blood to the body. According to Beckerman, J (2016), arteries are lined by endothelium, which is a thin layer of cells that acts as a barrier among the lumen and the encompassing tissues that control the motion of …

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People who are looking to get a nose job surgery often do not know whom to approach. Nose, an important organ of the body, is understandably difficult to be operated upon and requires utmost skill and precision. Most people leave out the thought of a nose surgery because of the uncertainties involved. Dugan MD, a premier practitioner in the field …

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