Gray's Anatomy (3)

Henry Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body (20. US-Auflage, 1918, S. 351-500) Gray’s Anatomy (1) Gray’s Anatomy (2) Gray’s Anatomy (3) Gray’s Anatomy (4) Gray’s Anatomy (5)
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Gray's Anatomy (2)

Henry Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body (20. US-Auflage, 1918, S. 187-350) Gray’s Anatomy (1) Gray’s Anatomy (2) Gray’s Anatomy (3) Gray’s Anatomy (4) Gray’s Anatomy (5)
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Phlebology Symposium Budapest

Another Phlebology Symposium on Practical Questions 10-12 October 2014 Budapest Hungary. "Old and new theories and techniques outside the mainstream"
07/10/2014, Ltd.Arzt Ullrich Katz

Advances in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis

MS affects 2.5 million individuals worldwide. MS is approximately threefold more common in women than men. The age of onset is between 20 and 40 years. Rarely the disease’s onset maybe as early as 1–2
14/02/2014, Dr Ghassan Haddad

Biophysical and biochemical transmutation of mitochondrial function in cancer genesis

Interactions between nuclear processes and mitochondrial processes determine stabile basophilic chemical potential in cytoplasm, i.e. stability cellular Internal Energy and Internal Medium. Interactio
30/01/2014, PhD Michail Ponizovskiy

Advances in the treatment of ischemic stroke

After heart attack and cancer, cerebrovascular accident (CVA) is the third leading cause of death. Moreover, CVA is the leading cause of long-term disability. Having suffered a stroke, 30% of patients
29/01/2014, Dr Ghassan Haddad

Radiological Signs of Chest Disorders (Part 1)

Ref: Collins, Jannette; Stern, Eric J. Title: Chest Radiology: The Essentials (2008)
27/09/2013, Nour-Eldin A. Mohammed

Advances in the therapy of migraine

Innovative Migraine Therapy
21/09/2014, Dr Ghassan Haddad

Gestational diabetes and risk of cardiovascular disease: A scoping review

Gestational diabetes mellitus is associated with an increased risk of incident type 2 diabetes and has deleterious effects on other cardiovascular risk factors. However, the effect of gestational diab
23/01/2014, Cyril Archambault, Roxane Arel, Kristian B Filion

Expression of MACC1 and c-Met in human gastric cancer and its clinical significance

Recent studies have suggested that the metastasis-associated colon cancer1 (MACC1) gene can promote tumor proliferation, invasion and metastasis through an upregulation of c-Met expression. However, i
23/01/2014, Guo et al.

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