In an endoscopic ultrasound, a physician passes a flexible thin tube down into the stomach. A camera and ultrasound probe are attached to the end of the tube, which enable the physician to look at images of the gallbladder, pancreas, and liver. The images are more sensitive than those of transabdominal ultrasound in detecting small stones in the gallbladder and bile ducts that may have been missed. It can also visualize the pancreas for abnormalities. In magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography, the MRCP uses magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), a noninvasive procedure that produces cross-section images of parts of the body.
Nowadays there is advancement about signal processing to detect the abnormalities and disease using computer-based breath sound auscultation. The major problem faced in studies on computerised- based lung sounds analysis is to relate the breath sounds to the disease correctly which has not been study by researcher before. Every respiratory sounds has each properties and science and technology has made breath sounds simple to improve the classification of pulmonary diseases. The pulmonary diseases have their dominant frequency range, which can detected by apply signal processing techniques (Palaniappan.
A set of carefully chosen experiments such as accuracy test, repeatability test and resolution test are performed to calibrate the ultrasound transducer. Meanwhile, efficient methods to analyze the real time signals are developed. After the calibration of the transducer, they are used to find the position of the femur in a normal, healthy human test subject. The values so obtained are validated from the values obtained from MRI. \\ \noindent
Airway assessment revealed adequate mouth opening, modified Mallampati score of 2 and restricted neck extension. In operating room, under standard monitoring, patient was induced with Propofol and Fentanyl. Intubation was attempted after
CT-scan: it gives a detailed and more elaborate anatomic view of the spine 3. MRI-scan: it helps in detecting the cuts and tears through multiple tissue layers 4. EMG study: detects whether a nerve is impinged or not Treatment Medical management • OTC drugs: medicines that are safe to be take without prescription, if the pain is shooting/excruciating For example: ibuprofen, naproxen, etc • Narcotics drugs: to produce analgesic effect.
Occlusion: Occlusion can be defined very simply:”it means the contact between teeth”. the concept can be further refined by defining those contacts between the teeth when the mandible is closed and stationary as the static occlusion, and those contacts between teeth when the mandible is moving relative to the maxilla as the dynamic occlusion.  • there are few terms in occlusion which needs to be explained in ordr to understand occlusion in detail. • Static Occlusion: static occlusion is the contact of upper and lower dentition when mandible is not moving. • Centric occlusion (CO): can be described as the occlusion the patient makes when they fit their teeth together in maximum intercuspation.
Hypnosis is a therapeutic technique in which clinicians make suggestions to individuals who have undergone a procedure to relax and focus their minds. (Kazdin, 2000). The process includes the following six stages: introduction, induction, deepening, therapeutic intervention, awakening and homework. Each stage is very important, as each one plays a different role in the hypnotic process.
Government Accountability Office, Contraception took up 34% of all services provided by Planned Parenthood in 2015. Besides abstinence and outercorse which is the avoidance of semen and the vagina coming in contact whatsoever, the top four most effective forms are Tubal Ligation, Vasectomies, Intrauterine Device, and Nexplanon, or "The Implant", which are all 99% effective and do not prevent sexually transmitted diseases or infections. Tubal Ligation is a surgical procedure done on women that permanently closes the fallopian tubes. Similarly, men can have vasectomies done which permanently block off the tubes that lead semen out of the body.
BEIRUT ARAB UNIVERSITY/ PEDIATRIC DEPARTMENT LASER USE IN PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY SUBMITTED TO PROF SOUKAYNA FARDOUN-201200213 outline: Introduction Overview Classification Advantages Disadvantages Hard tissue application(Detection of caries by fluorescence/ Enamel + dentin caries prevention/ Laser fluoride therapy/Removal of caries/ Pit and fissure sealant/ removal of old restoration) Soft tissue application( laser analgesia/ frenectomy and ankyloglossia/ apthous ulcer and herpes labials treatment/ pulpotmy) AADP Policy statement Conclusion references Introduction: Pediatric dentistry skills differ from other dentist since they work with children that mainly need special care. Pedo dentist must diagnose and treat while children are comfortable.
No major pharyngeal trauma has been reported in several million laryngeal mask airway anaesthetic and minor morbidity, such as sore throat ,is usually mild and is less than for the endotracheal tube and similar to the face mask.24 To avoid pharyngeal mucosal damage it has been postulated that either the pressure on the pharyngeal mucosa must be lower than calculated values or the pharyngeal mucosa must be resistant to ischemic damage or adaptation of the pharyngeal blood vessels must occur either due to uneven distribution of pressure exerted by the laryngeal mask airway or to a redistribution of blood flow. A further possible consequences of pharyngeal mucosal trauma is transient bacteremia, but, in contrast to endotracheal intubation ,this does not appear to occur during laryngeal mask airway