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Factors Predict Severe GI Problems in SSc - MedPage Today



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Factors Predict Severe GI Problems in SSc 
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They suggested that there might be an autoimmune response to autoantigens associated with both skeletal and smooth muscle. "There is precedence for this speculation in that the neurons that innervate smooth and skeletal muscle are similar, and if ...

 


Axonics® Granted Seven New U.S. Patents Related to its ... - Business Wire (press release)



Axonics® Granted Seven New U.S. Patents Related to its ... 
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IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Axonics Modulation Technologies, Inc., developer of the first rechargeable Sacral Neuromodulation (r-SNM?) system for the treatment of bladder and bowel dysfunction, announced today that the United States Patent and ...

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Livingstone Hospital team makes history with first rare transplant in state sector - Herald live



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Livingstone Hospital team makes history with first rare transplant in state sector 
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?Broad spectrum antibiotic exposure is a risk factor for this because the balance of normal organisms in the gut gets disturbed. ?Our patient suffered from bowel dysfunction and ongoing diarrhoea because of this infection. ?First and second line ...

 


Health First physical therapy targets pelvic floor problems - Florida Today



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Health First physical therapy targets pelvic floor problems 
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There, she lends her expertise to women and men suffering from bladder and bowel dysfunction, urinary and fecal incontinence, painful intercourse, pregnancy related issues, pelvic pain, osteoporosis, post-prostatectomy healing, constipation and pelvic ...

 


Chance friendship helps disabled boy make strides | Local | Eugene ... - The Register-Guard



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Chance friendship helps disabled boy make strides | Local | Eugene ... 
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SALEM ? Joseph Shewey had never been able to walk on his own. Born with a form of cerebral palsy, the nonverbal 4-year-old had to cling to a walker just to stand. That started to change when a 46-year-old Salem woman, crushed in a horrific car crash ...

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Opioid-Induced Bowel Dysfunction Market Pipeline Review H1 Development by Therapy Area, Stage of Development ... - satPRnews (press release)



Opioid-Induced Bowel Dysfunction Market Pipeline Review H1 Development by Therapy Area, Stage of Development ... 
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Opioid-Induced Bowel Dysfunction Market Pipeline Review, H1 analysis report speaks about key players with pipeline review and targeted therapeutics covering drugs profile, Symptoms and Treatment includes of Opioid-Induced Bowel Dysfunction industry ...

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The psychological impact of incontinence - Medical Xpress - Medical Xpress



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The psychological impact of incontinence - Medical Xpress 
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We rarely hear or speak about incontinence. But the condition ? the involuntary loss of urine or faecal matter ? is frighteningly common.

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Is VITALITY BIOPHARMA INCORPORATED (OTCMKTS:VBIO)'s ... - BZ Weekly



Is VITALITY BIOPHARMA INCORPORATED (OTCMKTS:VBIO)'s ... 
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The stock of VITALITY BIOPHARMA INCORPORATED (OTCMKTS:VBIO) registered an increase of 15.44% in short interest. VBIO's total short interest was 210100 shares.

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wbir.com | Boy with cerebral palsy shocks everyone at the end of race - WBIR-TV



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wbir.com | Boy with cerebral palsy shocks everyone at the end of race 
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Born with a form of cerebral palsy, the nonverbal 4-year-old had to cling to a walker just to stand. Caregiver Victoria Gidenko holds onto Joseph Shewey as volunteers cheer at the finish line at the 35th annual Awesome 3000 on Saturday, May 6, 2017, at ...

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Changes in screening prostate cancer | Jamestown Sun - Jamestown Sun



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Changes in screening prostate cancer | Jamestown Sun 
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Dr. Robert Bates, urologist at Jamestown Regional Medical Center, discusses views on prostate screening in men on Nov. 30 at JRMC. John M. Steiner / The Sun. An annual prostate cancer screening tool is no longer recommended for men over age of 50, but ...

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