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of or relating to the human body

relating to the desires and appetites of the body

composed of or relating to things that occupy space and can be perceived by the senses

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involving the body as distinguished from the mind or spirit

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having substance or material existence

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according with material things or natural laws (other than those peculiar to living matter)

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characterized by energetic bodily activity

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impelled by physical force especially against resistance

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concerned with material things

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This section also includes a series of X-ray images that complete the written information, thus highlighting the importance of X-ray examination particularities, in its capacity of complementary exploration, not substitute of physical examination.
An assessment was also made as to whether these injuries were expected after the physical examination or routine use of the FAST, and whether or not these findings where clinically significant.
The positivity for Epstein-Barr virus IgM (n=25) was found with a rate of 64% in the group in whom normal lymph node size was found on physical examination (n=16) and with a rate of 36% in the group in whom enlarged lymph nodes were found (n=9).
One such group, consisting of 17 members, from Jiangsu Province, for instance, will take physical examination at the club today (Sept.
The analysis was undertaken because data that define the performance of screening practices in the United States "are sparse, and no studies have compared athlete screening by medical history and physical examination only with a strategy that includes ECG," researchers led by Dr.
Each woman underwent a physical examination to assess the position of their baby, and then had an ultrasound scan to confirm the diagnosis.
The researchers found that the physical examination detected just 70 per cent of the breech positions, where the baby comes out feet first.
Physical examination showed a maculopapular rash over the lower extremities, an effusion of the left knee, and a warm, erythematous left ankle.
Results from the 2002 physical examination support adult-onset diabetes as the most important health problem seen in the Air Force Health Study.
Parents must bring a birth certificate, proof of residence such as a utility bill or lease agreement, immunization records, family emergency information and a completed school entrance physical examination form when they register their child.
Studies suggest that physiologic tests are more accurate than medical history and physical examination alone, but they only alter the treatment as planned on the basis of history and physical exam in 10%-20% of cases.
The only way to minimize that risk, he insists, is through a previously established physician-patient relationship, a physician's thorough knowledge of the patient's full history--and a hands-on physical examination.
An annual physical examination is critical ensure long-term health.
The hospital alleged that on March 30, 2000, it requested that the claimant submit to a physical examination by Dr.