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What is difference between hepatitis B and HIV?

Is hepatitis B worse than HIV? HBV is less likely to be fatal than HIV, and many people who carry the virus don’t have symptoms. But because more than 250 million people live with chronic HBV i

Alice Sill
9 day ago
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What is digestion explain the process of digestion in the mouth cavity and stomach?

What is digestion process? Digestive Processes The processes of digestion include six activities: ingestion, propulsion, mechanical or physical digestion, chemical digestion, absorption, and defecati

Rex Barham
9 day ago
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What is digestive system and its functions?

What are the main functions of digestive system? Motility, digestion, absorption and secretion are the four vital functions of the digestive system. The digestive system breaks down the foods we eat

Teddy Querubin
9 day ago
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What is dilated cardiomyopathy?

What is the most common cause of dilated cardiomyopathy? The most common causes of dilated cardiomyopathy are: Heart disease caused by a narrowing or blockage in the coronary arteries. Poorly control

Elizabeth Butler
9 day ago
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What is Disalcid used for?

Is Disalcid safe? Salsalate can increase your risk of fatal heart attack or stroke, even if you don’t have any risk factors. Do not use this medicine just before or after heart bypass surgery (

Nola Wilson
9 day ago
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What is disease heterogeneity?

What makes a disease heterogeneous? Allelic heterogeneity occurs when different variants at a single gene locus cause the same or similar phenotypic expressions of a disease or condition. Locus heter

Elizabeth Wise
9 day ago
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What is CVS s1 s2?

Are S1 and S2 heart sounds normal? Heart Sounds S1 is normally a single sound because mitral and tricuspid valve closure occurs almost simultaneously. Clinically, S1 corresponds to the pulse. The sec

Sean Boone
9 day ago
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What is CXR PA?

What is CXR PA view test? What is X – Ray Chest PA View? An X-ray of the chest is a safe and painless test to visualise the structures of the chest wall which includes the collar bone, breastbo

Veronica Sanchez
9 day ago
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What is D glucose used for?

Is D-glucose safe to eat? Dextrose is usually safe to consume but does have some potential risks and side effects. Side effects of using too much dextrose include: swelling. rapid breathing. Is D-glu

Nick Patterson
9 day ago
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What is DARE called now?

What is the new DARE program called? Despite being the nation’s most popular substance-abuse prevention program, D.A.R.E. The new course, called keepin’ it REAL, differs in both form and

Katie Lewis
9 day ago
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What is dat used for?

When would you perform a DAT on a patient? This blood sample will then be sent to the laboratory for a direct antibody test (DAT). The test looks for signs of a reaction between the mother’s bl

Nicki Hollenbeck
9 day ago
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What is Deep TMS?

What is the difference between TMS and deep TMS? Standard rTMS uses a figure-8 coil, while Deep TMS uses a patented H-coil held inside a padded helmet. While the magnetic pulses activated by standard

Chester Merriam
9 day ago
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What is defensive coping?

What are defense and coping mechanisms? Defense mechanisms mostly occur at an unconscious level, and people are generally unaware they are using them. One’s use of coping mechanisms, on the oth

Bessie Pearson
9 day ago
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What is dental Code d0330?

What is dental procedure D0210? D0210. intraoral – complete series of. radiographic images. A radiographic survey of the whole mouth, usually consisting of 14-22 periapical and posterior bitewing i

Jonathan Ginn
10 day ago
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What is Developmental Social Neuroscience?

What does social neuroscience study? Social neuroscience is the interdisciplinary field devoted to the study of these neural, hormonal, cellular, and genetic mechanisms and, relatedly, to the study o

George Negrete
10 day ago
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