No other integumentary
scent glands are known for any species of rhinos.
conditions had improved clinical success when systemic enzyme support was added as an adjuvant to other conventional therapies.
Chapter 1 details the structure and function of the integumentary
The aim of this text is to detail cardiopulmonary, neurological, orthopaedic and integumentary
issues that a therapist working in geriatric rehabilitation should consider in their practice.
Relative radiation sensitivity in the integumentary
system dose response of the epidermal, microvascular, and dermal populations, in Lett J (ed): Advances in Radiation Biology Vol 12.
Skin, or the integumentary
system, is the single largest organ in the body.
To facilitate target organ comparisons between rats and mice, we grouped the tissue codes for the target sites into 11 basic target categories: 1, digestive system; 2, liver; 3, cardiovascular system; 4, endocrine system; 5, hematopoietic system; 6, integumentary
system; 7, nervous system, brain, and sensory organs; 8, reproductive system; 9, respiratory system; 10, urinary tract; and 11, other (body regions, muscle, skeleton, etc.
A highly variable mild to fulminant influenza typically of domestic and wild birds that is characterized usually by respiratory symptoms, but sometimes by gastrointestinal, integumentary
, and urogenital symptoms, and that is caused by strains of influenza A that do not normally infect humans, but which may mutate and be transmitted to other vertebrates (as humans) causing epidemics (Medline Plus, 2003).
Compression of the superficial C8 to T1 cutaneous afferent fibers elicits stimuli that are transmitted to the brain and are recognized as integumentary
pain or paresthesias in the ulnar nerve distribution.
4,6) Other manifestations of integumentary
toxicity seen with TKIs are various types of rash and mucositis.
system comprises the epidermis, dermis and hypodermis.
compounds or alarm pheromones from envenomed prey), but rather that it is dependent upon the VNS being fully functional and capable of receiving stimulation.