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very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold

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Multifocal GCT of carpal bones and multicentric occurrence involving nine sites of both upper extremities including the lunate bone in a course over 16 years were also described in two skeletally immature male patients with age of 14 and starting with age of 13 years [6, 7].
Matsueda, "Rapidly growing giant cell tumor of bone in a skeletally immature girl," Skeletal Radiology, vol.
Such a system would also create fertile ground for bribery and corruption and act as a further driver to healthcare workers leaving an already skeletally staffed system.
Didn't she see the puncture marks on her body and how skeletally thin she was?
We don't yet know what claimed the life of this precocious and passionate 25-year-old, but her dalliances with hard drugs and her skeletally thin body indicate a woman whose hidden sadness took a physical toll.
In its side margins, the book even offers additional details that elaborate on the information provided only skeletally in the film.
Midfacial protraction with skeletally anchored face mask therapy: A novel approach and preliminary results.
The secret, says CEO Bernard Haernmerlin, is skeletally lean manufacturing and aggressive materials purchasing.
To achieve this end, H3 Biomedicine will utilize a next-generation synthesis technique known as Diversity-Oriented Synthesis (a synthesis technique that uses a natural substance as a structural motif to systematically and simply create a skeletally-diverse set of small molecules) to strike a balance between structural complexity and ease of synthesis as it seeks to create a unique library of skeletally and stereo-chemically diverse compounds.
So while designer pregnancy wear and the skeletally thin post-pregnancy celebrities don't help, the problem, for many of the severe cases, usually stems from a past history of eating disorders.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new indication for XGEVA (denosumab) for the treatment of adults and skeletally mature adolescents with giant cell tumor of bone (GCTB) that is unresectable or where surgical resection is likely to result in severe morbidity.
Conclusion: The most preferred treatment in the management of fracture diaphysis of femur is intramedullary interlocking nail especially in skeletally mature patients as regards early rehabilitation and fracture healing.
From the moment David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis begins, when young tycoon Eric Packer (played by Robert Pattinson) tells his head of security that he wants a haircut and slides into his state-of-the-art car despite warnings of monumental traffic snarls and probable attempts on his life, we know, skeletally speaking, what we're going to see.
Therefore, the objective of this study was to verify if the prebiotics fructooligosaccharides (FOS) and inulin alone or together attenuate age-related bone loss in skeletally mature female rats.