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No pain no gain Exp Physiol-2014-Smith 100%

somatosensation from skeletal muscle Scott A.


Polarization Effects in Optical Coherence 88%

Stuart Nelson Abstract—Polarization sensitive optical coherence tomography (PS-OCT) was used to obtain spatially resolved ex vivo images of polarization changes in skeletal muscle, bone, skin and brain.


multi-guide 2013 83%

or as a functional appliance for correcting skeletal class 2 problems;


synovites villonodulaires 1 74%

Skeletal Radiol 1995 ; 24 : 7-12.


triphasetraining 70%

triphasetraining Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1—What is Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy?


reférences 59%

(2000) Uncoupling Protein-2 and -3 Messenger Ribonucleic Acids in Adipose Tissue and Skeletal Muscle of Healthy Males:


Treatment For Back Pain Bangalore 59%

Neck Pain Neck is the one of the most flexible and complex part of skeletal system with mobility towards various direction by carrying the weight of the head against the gravity.


Nutrition for critically ill patients 52%

Severe skeletal-muscle wasting and weakness occurring during critical illness are associated with a prolonged need for mechanical ventilation and rehabilitation.2 In many studies, the degree of energy deficit accumulating in critically ill patients is strongly associated with the duration of stay in the ICU, which, in turn, is associated with an increased incidence of infectious complications and risk of death.1 Until recently, however, the causality of these associations remained unclear, since the majority of studies that formed the basis of published recommendations for feeding ICU patients were either observational or small interventional studies.3,4 Recently, the field of critical care nutrition has been revived by the findings of several randomized, controlled trials, which have opened a new debate on nutritional practice in the ICU.