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to engage in kissing, caressing, and other amorous behavior

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He also notes the importance of imagingcarotid arteries in particular, because his research has shown that strokes in some groups, particularly white males, are initiated predominantly in the neck.
Under the agreement, Hanoun Medical will provide USARIEM with its Multi Cervical System to measure the neck muscle strength of soldiers.
When we're using cases exhibiting neck wall thickness differences, or not, however slight, having something to final-size the inside of the neck actually produces a more concentric case neck, from the bullet's point of view (literally).
Necrotizing fasciitis of the neck is a rare, life-threatening bacterial infection, often odontogenic in origin.
Patients in the study will apply the MX8899 gel to one side of the neck and a placebo comprised of the vehicle control gel to the other.
To our knowledge, this is only the second reported case of a thyroid carcinoma arising in ectopic thyroid tissue that metastasized in the neck.
Using a combination of liposuction and laser technology with only a local anesthetic and mild sedation, the procedure removes the fat and redrapes the skin under the chin and around the neck, resulting in a dramatic tightening and reshaping of the skin of the neck and/or jaw line.
4: 1), a high frequency of a palpable mass in the neck and abdomen (85.
Doctors have long searched for a way to perform endoscopic surgery on the neck -- where prominent scars have in the past been unavoidable.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the neck demonstrated a 4.
With its fixed bottom blade design, Airshirz provides a clean, accurate cut to break the neck parallel to the shoulder joints.
A lateral x-ray of the soft tissue of the neck identified retropharyngeal soft-tissue inflammation.
Instead of walling off to form an abscess, this polymicrobial infection spreads along the superficial fascial planes of the neck and tracks down into the mediastinum.
The presence of air in the retropharyngeal and cervical subcutaneous spaces of the neck and shoulder without pneumomediastinum is an uncommon complication of endotracheal intubation.
In most circumstances, the diagnosis of germ cell tumor is established before the neck disease is noted.