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very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold

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Caption: Figure 7 Flowchart of the approach to hip dysplasia in the skeletally mature individual.
The safety profile of XGEVA in patients with GCTB was similar to that reported in studies of patients with bone metastases, and also appeared to be similar in skeletally mature adolescents and adults.
Affected patients are skeletally mature, young to middle-aged individuals, with men slightly more affected than women.
Many of our patients are admitted to hospice skeletally thin, their bodies ravaged by continuous opportunistic infections, clinically diagnosed as having AIDS yet having chosen never to be tested for HIV.
Therefore the potential impact is much less on a skeletally mature 12-year-old girl with an ankylosed retained primary molar than on a preadolescent 9-year-old male with a similar tooth who has yet to undergo his adolescent growth spurt.
What is known of the earliest history and cultural development of skeletally modern humans (Homo sapiens sapiens) is summarized with emphasis on the great leap in human culture evident some 40,000 years before present.
Two other suites--graphite drawings of wrestlers whose bodies have gone skeletally transparent, and found photographs of boxers cut into girlish filigrees--are technically simpler, but aim at a similar combination of nightmare and reverie.
Most of the patients I see are skeletally mature, and already have an idea of how athletically demanding their lifestyle is going to be.
The modernized "Huck" keeps Twain's tale of a boy's adventures skeletally intact.
The approach maximizes equine performance and health, balancing the horse skeletally by touch.
The cranial concept supercedes the mechanistic approach for the correction of skeletally based dental abnormalities.
8) Active cysts have been defined as those in direct contact with the adjacent growth plate in the skeletally immature patient, and inactive ones are those found at a distance from the growth plate.
However, while the scenes with the skeletally naked Gollum (voiced by Andy Serkis who acted out the role and was then reworked into a superbly realistic CGI creature who looks like Peter Lorre with Mo Mowlam's hairdo) are potent, most especially in his schizophrenic argument with his evil side, even with the indications that the Ring is starting to exercise its influence the Frodo section is relegated to secondary narrative status, unfortunately highlighting Wood's somewhat flat performance.
It has been argued that the majority of lead in blood of adults in steady state is skeletally derived, ranging from 42% to 75% (5,29-31,39), with most evidence favoring the upper end of this range.
The last time the Japs shouted at a squad of Englishmen, the visitors were skeletally thin prisoners of war being forced to work themselves to death at bayonet point.