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10.1136/bmj.e289 (Published 7 February 2012) Page 1 of 8 Clinical Review CLINICAL REVIEW Diagnosis and management of Raynaud’s phenomenon Beth Goundry foundation year 2 doctor , Laura Bell general practice specialist trainee year 2, Matthew Langtree core medical trainee year 2, Arumugam Moorthy consultant rheumatologist Department of Rheumatology, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Leicester LE1 5WW, UK Raynaud’s phenomenon is caused by episodic vasospasm and ischaemia of the extremities in response to cold or emotional stimuli, which result in a characteristic triphasic colour change in extremities—usually fingers or toes—from white, to blue, to red.
The same arithmetical phenomenon also operates in many other constants whose square roots of numbers 2, 3 and 5, the first three prime numbers.
Greenhouse effect The greenhouse phenomenon has become fashionable in recent years, its origin comes from what is seen in a greenhouse when its temperature significantly increases much more than the external temperature, but these followers do not explain the reason for this increase.
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First-line examination of patients with Raynaud’s phenomenon.
United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism Enhancing the Understanding of the Foreign Terrorist Fighters Phenomenon in Syria July 2017 This study was conducted by Professor Hamed el-Said and Mr.
Aggregate of felling which has the Phenomenon of arising and vanishing (Felling Group) Sannakkhandha Nama Mind,Consciousness and its concomitants,Consciousness(Citta),Metal concomitant or Metal factor or Mental properties(Cetasi-kas).
At present, theoretical models about this new phenomenon exist only for business sectors.
Nagib MacMillan Group Literature Meeting 03.17.2010 Relativistic Effects in Gold Catalysis Relativistic effects – phenomenon resulting from the need to consider velocity as significant relative to the speed of light m = m°/√1-(v/c)2 Consequences:
Globalisation فوائد و سلبيات العولمة All of us do agree that smoking is a dangerous phenomenon that strikes countries over the world to the extent that they find it difficult to overcome it .first, young people, particularly, smoke because they want to look men and women.
It is often associated solely with poverty, while other factors, such as climate change, are at the root of the phenomenon.
The metaphysical world or the energetic world has a certain value and reality more important than the physical or material world because, this one influences it through the phenomenon of energie.
The coercive and exploitative aspects of the phenomenon are exemplified by the unpaid nature of the educational labor and its associated opportunity costs, the double bind that marginalized persons must navigate when faced with the demand to educate, and the need for additional labor created by the default skepticism of the privileged.
April 2012 Paris bold m a g a z i n e Culture Inspirations Trends Lana Del Rey The new pop phenomenon Biopics Why are they so popular ?
This phenomenon of ratio to 3/2 (27/18) is present in other significant constants.
from graves to stone circles at Wanar, Senegal Megalithic monumentality in Africa Introduction The megalithic phenomenon in Senegambia belongs to the protohistoric period, early second millennium AD, which is closely linked to the context of emerging states (Bocoum 2000).
need for a shared response The radicalization phenomenon within the Muslim communities in Europe understandably occupies a central role in the public consciousness.
Starring Peter Capaldi as the Doctor and Jenna Coleman as his companion, the hit BBC One show has become a global phenomenon with a loyal and passionate fan base.
Science-fiction, Anticipation The Star Wars phenomenon / Lesley Ormal-Grenon in I Love English, 235 (december 2015) The Star Wars phenomenon [texte imprimé] / Lesley Ormal-Grenon, Auteur .
4.The studies, and the reports issued by the governmental and non-governmental international organizations, indicate to spread of torture phenomenon in the present, in various objectives and forms, and variety of mechanisms and tools.
15990719 Love is a complex neurobiological phenomenon, relying on trust, belief, pleasure and reward activities within the brain, i.e., limbic processes.
need for a shared response INTRODUCTION The radicalisation phenomenon within the Muslim communities in Europe understandably occupies a central role in the public consciousness.