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In this situation, while the imaging would then be okay to charge for, the dilating isn't.
Lee and Mack reported that regardless of whether a smoker was wearing a patch, his or her blood vessels exhibited a significant delay in dilating after the cold plunge--typically about 1.
They look a bit like war paint, but nose strips are intended to improve athletic endurance and performance by dilating the nasal passages during exertion and therefore, increasing oxygen uptake.
7,063,838) broadly covers the use of a class of proteins known as elastases for dilating arteries and veins in humans.
Previous studies have suggested that CGRP exacerbates migraine headaches by dilating blood vessels supplying the brain.
To help doctors diagnose the disease sooner and implement treatment during its earliest phases, the medical profession is using a new tool that combines traditional medical techniques with the latest digital imaging technology while eliminating the process of dilating a patient's eye.
Nitric oxide release is a logical addition to biomaterials because it's produced naturally by the body for many functions, such as killing bacteria and dilating blood vessels, says Mark Meyerhoff of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.
Without dilating the eye, it's like looking inside a room through a keyhole instead of an open door.
These tiny shallow incisions facilitate maximal dilatation of the artery and lesion with the least amount of dilating force, minimizing trauma to the artery.
The NO-derived compound regulates blood pressure by dilating blood vessels (SN: 3/23/96, p.
By dilating the pupil, an eye doctor can examine the retina for any changes that signal diabetic retinopathy.