Faculty of Health Sciences CONTENT 1. Introduction (What is MRI scan?) 2. Advantages and Disadvantages of MRI scan 3. MRI Brain stroke 4. MRI Brain protocol 5. Patient preparation 6. Case study of MRI stroke WHAT IS MRI SCAN MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging) scan is a great medical diagnostic tool that uses a magnetic field to produce high-quality, images in multiple planes or directions. The images are generated using superconducting magnets and pulsed radio waves. Magnetic resonance
m Genetics m By dillon brady (introduction) Genetics is the study of how characteristics are passed on from one generation to another, this essay will include information on Genes, characteristics, genetic mutations, genetic testing, and more. There are two types of characteristics and they are : Inherited Characteristics are passed on from parents to their children by genes. Below is all characteristics that can be inherited. ⦁ Hair color ⦁ Eye color ⦁ Hairline ⦁ Chin / Cheek (Dimples or not)
patients treatment. According to “Lithuanian Cancer Registry” data in 2011 of all malignant tumors 18 % were diagnosed as breast cancer. In addition to this, 1541 new breast cancer cases were diagnosed, morbidity was 72,3 per 100000 women. The average morbidity of breast cancer in other world countries was 65 cases/100000 women (www.nvi.lt). One of the well-known complications of breast cancer treatment is secondary lymphedema; an accumulation of protein-rich interstitial fluid due to the insufficient
The story of David Reimer is one of the most extraordinary and contradictive experiments. In August 1965 Janet Reimer gave birth to her twins Bruce and Brian in a small Canadian town of Winipeg. By the time these boys reached to ages of two their lives would be suddenly changed and became a part of this still crucial experiment. For many years scientist had believed that even our X and Y chromosomes and our hormones physically determine if one is a male or female, they do not form our minds. Scientist
The Reimer children were the perfect experiment that just fell into the lap of Dr. John Money at John’s Hopkins. With the accident that happened to Bruce during his circumcision the Reimer parents were faced with the choice of raising Bruce as a boy despite him never growing up to be a fully functioning man or search for another option. With the information of what Dr. Money was doing coming on the TV at the time when Janet was watching she found the other option that she had been looking for.
This study covers medical tourism and the factors which motivate people from other countries to go overseas to receive medical treatment or service. The current situations in chosen Asian countries, being the centers of the developing nations and smart cities in the East, are assessed in these various categories- affordable costs, high health care quality, and the availability of specialized clinical services and technology. One is not presumed to be more superior than the other as they are altogether