How to be ‘normal’ without having an ectopic pregnancy

What if your child has a birth defect?The condition is rare and can only be diagnosed in rare cases.Here are some of the common signs and symptoms: • A hole or bulge in the baby’s chest • Some of the baby may have a small bump in his chest • Your baby may show some […]

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How to use a rho-coupled CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing tool to cure a serious disease

Using a CRISpr/Cas10 genome editing technique known as a retrovirus targeting gene variant (sgRNA), scientists have developed a novel approach to treat a rare disease that affects the brain.Their success has implications for many types of cancers, including gliomas, the most common form of brain cancer.It has also raised concerns about how the virus may […]

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How to get a lumbari puncture after your lumbary puncture

If you have lumbosacral puncture, the procedure can be quite painful.The procedure involves injecting an adhesive into your lumps, usually at the base of your laminae.The adhesive is placed inside the space between your lumen and the wall, which is the lumbarium, which sits between the ribs.The process of removing the adhesive is quite painful […]

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How to avoid fox eyes with cystoscopes

There are a lot of myths about the importance of cystoscope surgery.They can make it harder to tell if a tumour is cancerous or not, they can make you feel as if you have cancer in your body, and they can lead to a lot more complications.And there are some serious side effects.For example, there […]

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How to get your stretta teeth removed

The Stretta tooth extraction procedure, sometimes known as hysterecary, is one of the most common dental procedures used to remove cavities in teeth and to repair the underlying structure of teeth.It is usually performed at a dental hospital.The procedure, which is often performed in a clinic or at home, involves scraping out the tooth root […]

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Why does embolism not work on some viruses?

In the 1950s and 1960s, embolisms were used to control infections in patients with pulmonary embolitis.They were also used to treat other infections, such as influenza.But it was only in the 1990s that embolisation became widely used to diagnose and treat influenza, and the disease spread to other countries.Many of the embolists who worked on […]

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How to choose a breast bioprosthesis

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons has announced a new policy, with guidelines that include the use of breast biopsies and audit procedures for every breast bioplasty.The guidelines, released in an announcement on Tuesday, outline the standards of care for breast biosurgical procedures and the types of data to be collected and maintained in case […]

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Breast reduction surgery: How to avoid the dreaded ‘boob bump’

Breast reduction procedures, also called colostomy, are commonly performed to reduce the size of breasts.This procedure is performed in most Western countries, and involves removing the normal breast tissue.However, the procedure can be performed in the developing world as well.Here are some tips to avoid getting a boob bump.1.Keep your boobs in check 2.Don’t rush […]

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