In this way, inclusive care may be the most appropriate strategy for cell and connective tissue
remodeling, repair and prevention of future damage.
6% of them developed a connective tissue
disease during 2,531 person-years of follow-up, compared with 13.
The muscle and connective tissue
can be removed during a facelift with little risk of complication.
Also, I appreciate Weintraub's positive message (backed by research) that connective tissue
is made to heal and regenerate.
It matters a great deal if your connective tissue
is not in good condition.
Not only are these metabolic events bad for your long-term health; they are also bad for both your long-term and short-term ability to heal and rebuild connective tissues
If you stretch after your workout, when the connective tissues
are warmer, you should be able to increase your flexibility effectively, as long as the stretching is not hard enough to set you up for an injury on your next training day.
A gelatinous dish can also be any slow cooked meat combination, including bones, skin, and/or connective tissue
to create the necessary ingredient, collagen.
Because of faulty connective tissue
, the wall of the aorta (the large artery that carries blood from the heart to the rest of the body) may be weakened and stretch, a process called aortic dilation.
Denser connective tissue
in theory provides increased joint stability, which can decrease pain stimuli.
In a recent Delaware trial, a jury decided the claims of a family who suffered connective tissue
There has been concern that this escaped silicone might cause harmful effects, including connective tissue
and related disorders and cancer.
The patent covers broad methods for using compositions of human mesenchymal stem cells and various bioactive agents to induce the differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells into specific connective tissue
Our data add to the emerging consensus that there is no important association between breast implants and connective tissue
disease," they said.
Therefore, two chronic rheumatic diseases, Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE), have been targeted for discussion due to their similarities on two counts: 1) both are similar in exhibiting symptoms of connective tissue
diseases and 2) both are characterized as remitting-relapsing diseases with difficult diagnosis and unpredictable prognosis (Affleck, Tennen, Pfeiffer, & Fifield, 1987; Cornwell & Schmitt, 1990; Pollock, Christian, & Sands, 1990).