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487 Possible Causes for Forks, Tuning

  • Influenza

    Multiple outputs are provided in nomenclature-stable and standardized formats that can be explored in situ or through multiple compatible downstream applications for fine-tuned[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] infected person) or comes in direct contact with an infected person's secretions (eg, kissing, sharing of handkerchiefs and other items, sharing of objects such as spoons and forks[emedicine.medscape.com] ., interventions tuned to give a single peak of minimal size.[pnas.org]

  • Patulous Eustachian Tube

    . - Occasional earache at front of ear and across temples - Feeling of pressure - Good hearing but being able to pick up a lot of noises I previously wasn't able to hear/tune[forums.netdoctor.co.uk] A simple 512-Hz tuning fork test lateralizes to the opposite ear in SSNHL and to the affected ear in ETD with conductive hearing loss.[unboundmedicine.com] A simple 512-Hz tuning fork test lateralizes to the opposite ear in SSNHL and to the affected ear in ETD with conductive hearing loss.[unboundmedicine.com]

  • Sunburn

    We know that different species of animal can have TRPV1 and TRPM8 variants that are tuned to different temperatures.[scientificamerican.com] Blend the ingredients in a food processor or beat with a fork. Step 5: Store the aloe vera gel in a container and refrigerate.[gardenista.com] Monica Distaso, Doris Segets, Ruth Wernet, Robin Klupp Taylor and Wolfgang Peukert , Tuning the size and the optical properties of ZnO mesocrystals synthesized under solvothermal[doi.org]

  • Otitis Media

    Your provider may test your hearing with an audiogram (hearing test) or tuning fork. How is a middle ear infection treated?[entcolumbia.org] The use of tympanometry, pneumatic otoscopy, caregiver judgment regarding hearing loss, speech audiometry, tuning forks, acoustic reflectometry, and behavioral observation[aafp.org] […] expect The study day involves lecture and practical workshop activities involving condition recognition, ear health assessment, otoscopy and digital video otoscopy, and tuning[benchmarquegroup.com.au]

  • Osteoporosis

    An integrative approach, based on the human body’s finely tuned relationship with its environment and the nutrients that support bone health, makes much more sense (Confavreux[lifeextension.com] […] test Decreased weight-bearing on the fractured side or an antalgic gait pattern Patients with Colles fractures may have the following: Pain on movement of the wrist Dinner fork[emedicine.com] Stay tuned for next week’s blog for my final two reasons the standard approach to bone health doesn’t make sense.[betterbones.com]

  • Meningitis

    Doctors may test the function of the nervous system through tests of strength and sensation, with the aid of items including a tuning fork, small light, reflex hammer, and[web.archive.org] Doctors may test the function of the nervous system through tests of strength and sensation, with the aid of items including a tuning fork, small light, reflex hammer, and[web.archive.org]

  • Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence

    Diagnostic testing includes audiometric evaluation and Rinne testing with a vibrating tuning fork to compare bone conduction (BC) with air conduction (AC).[health.ebsco.com] A tuning fork held on the ankle may travel up the body, and be heard in the affected ear. This is generally best tested with a 128 Hz tuning fork, in my own experience.[canadianaudiologist.ca] The first thing she did was strike a giant tuning fork and stick it on my forehead. “Where do you hear this?” I pointed to my left ear. “Well, that tells me a lot.”[barbarakessler.com]

  • Otosclerosis

    Evaluation for otosclerosis relies on a specific history and physical examination, including tuning fork assessment and audiometric testing.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Otolaryngologists should depend on a good history and tuning fork examination to avoid being misled by the audiogram, and should not hesitate to offer stapes surgery to patients[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] When a tuning fork was placed at her ankle she heard it in her left ear. Acoustic reflexes and vestibular evoked myogenic potentials could be elicited bilaterally.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Bloom Syndrome

    Stefanie Böhm and Kara Anne Bernstein , The role of post-translational modifications in fine-tuning BLM helicase function during DNA repair , DNA Repair , 10.1016/j.dnarep[doi.org] Notably, fork regression is widely believed to be the initial step in responding to replication blockage.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Our findings suggest that, subsequent to fork regression events, WRN and/or BLM could re-establish functional replication forks to help overcome fork blockage.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Distal Sensory Loss (all Modalities)

    Next, test the temperature sensation using a tuning fork as the cold stimulus.[jove.com] […] fork (which is appreciated as present or absent) 2. a Rykel-Seiffer 128-Hz tuning fork (the tips of which are weighted and indicate the degree of perceived vibration, in[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] An easy and practical approach is to touch the patient with a tuning fork as the metal feels cold.[patient.info]

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