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  • Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

    Telomeres have been compared to the plastic tips of shoelaces because they prevent chromosomes from sticking together, becoming frayed or damaged and protect the vital genetic[rarediseases.org] The air sacs also pick up the waste gas, carbon dioxide, from your blood ready for you to breathe it out.[blf.org.uk] "The T cells within the lungs appear as though they are ready to fight, but we don't know yet what they are reacting to, or even if this response is appropriate."[sciencedaily.com] Several agents with a high potential are currently being tested, and many more are ready for clinical trials.[doai.io]

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  • Rotator Cuff Tear

    Eventually the rotator cuff can not stand the strain of pitching and it starts to fray or tear.[howardluksmd.com] Ready to learn more about how our experts can keep you moving? Call us at 832.778.4975 for help finding an orthopedic specialist.[houstonmethodist.org] When you are ready to submit your request, simply click the "View Cart" button (5) or alternatively the "Cart Overview" button (4).[arthrex.com] […] acromioplasty ) followed by rotator cuff repair - allows accurate assesment of rotator cuff tear; - look for hypervascularity at the base of the biceps tendon as well as fraying[wheelessonline.com]

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  • Rickets

    At further examination, special attention should be paid to osteopenia and cupping and fraying at the metaphyses on X-rays.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Finally, Snow proposes a case-control study of the prevalence of rachitic deformity in children under 4 years in ‘towns where respectively the people buy chiefly flour or ready[doi.org] In all children, the radiological examination demonstrated diffuse bony sclerosis and metaphyseal splaying and fraying of long bones.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Folks who eat solid foods might be ingesting vitamin D through store-bought milk or ready-to-eat cereals, which are routinely fortified with it.[citylab.com]

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  • Abdominal Muscle Strain

    […] to keep her out of the US Open at the end of August However, sources close to Robson say that a scan showed no significant damage, and that she is preparing to enter the fray[dailymail.co.uk] Abdominal muscle strain normally comes about as a result of an overexertion of the stomach muscle, which can happen when doing an activity that the muscle is not ready for[firstaidandcprcourses.ca] Causes Abdominal muscle strain is caused by: Activity that the muscle is not ready for Excessive exercise Improper technique while playing sports Lifting heavy objects Sharply[winchesterhospital.org] Abdominal muscle strain is caused by: Activity that the muscle is not ready for Excessive exercise Improper technique while playing sports Lifting heavy objects Sharply twisting[health.cvs.com]

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  • Torn Meniscus

    In those cases, a meniscus might develop frayed edges instead of an actual tear.[healdove.com] Clippers All-Star forward Blake Griffin suffered a medial meniscus tear in July 2012 that kept him out of the London Olympics, but he was ready for training camp in October[si.com] Mingo is going to have to come back ready to go, and he's going to have to earn it."[cleveland.com] It could then be up to 6 months before the athlete feels ready to compete in contact sports. Non-contact sports will probably allow a more rapid return.[sportsinjuryclinic.net]

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  • Rhubarb

    The Science of Cooking Rhubarb Two things happen to rhubarb when it's cooked: its juices thicken and it falls apart into fraying shreds of translucent fibers.[localfoods.about.com] Get Rhubarb Ready Depending on where you live in Canada, your rhubarb could be just popping up or ready to harvest. Check your garden, is the rhubarb up?[canolaeatwell.com] When stems reach the top of the container, they are ready for harvesting.[rhs.org.uk] Wash rhubarb when you’re ready to use it. Both fresh and cooked rhubarb freeze well, wrapped tightly in freezer bags. HOW TO PREPARE Wash with cold running water.[saveur.com]

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  • Clastothrix

    Photomicrograph x 50 B J Stevens Breakage occurs leaving the ends frayed (almost brush-like).[hairscientists.org] I am so ready to hear from KomazaCare![longhaircareforum.com] Light microscopy of the hair showed fraying of cortical fibers giving the appearance of two paint brushes thrust together [Figure 2]. This finding was suggestive of TN.[ijdpdd.com] Role of cumulative damage in frayed hair. Arch Dermatol. 1972 Dec;106(6):888-92. Pollitt RJ, Jenner FA, Davies M.[keratin.com]

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  • Shoulder Osteoarthritis

    As the cartilage wears away, it becomes frayed and rough, and the protective space between the bones decreases.[sidelineortho.com] If necessary, your PT may elect to use modalities such as heat, ice and/or electrical stimulation to help reduce pain and ready the body for exercise.[applephysicaltherapy.net] As the cartilage wears, it becomes frayed and rough, and the protective space between the bones decreases.[healthsharelondon.org.uk] Ready to learn more about how our experts can keep you moving? Call us at 832.778.4975 for help finding an orthopedic specialist.[houstonmethodist.org]

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  • Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

    When the blood flow is reduced, the tendon tissue begins to fray, much like a rope. As the tissue swells, you might feel pain similiar to a toothache.[my.clevelandclinic.org] Ready to learn more about how our experts can keep you moving? Call us at 832.778.4975 for help finding an orthopedic specialist.[houstonmethodist.org] : Fibrosis and tendinitis as chronic inflammation causes tissue change Stage 3: Progression to rotator cuff or biceps tearing as the affected structures are weakened and frayed[lasportsacupuncture.com]

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  • Glenoid Labrum Tear

    A labral tear occurs when part of this ring is disrupted, frayed, or torn.[stmarysmaine.com] Ready to learn more about how our experts can keep you moving? Call us at 832.778.4975 for help finding an orthopedic specialist.[houstonmethodist.org] Most commonly, the labrum wears out over time and becomes frayed and more susceptible to tearing.[g2orthopedics.com] When you are ready to submit your request, simply click the "View Cart" button (5) or alternatively the "Cart Overview" button (4).[arthrex.com]

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