Carotid ultrasound case studies

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DefinitionCarotid artery stenosis (CAS), atherosclerotic narrowing of the extracranial carotid arteries, is clinically significant because CAS is a risk factor for ischemic stroke, which affects more than 600,000 American adults each year. Ischemic stroke accounts for the vast majority of strokes, and atherothrombosis of large arteries including the carotids cause about 15% of all ischemic strokes.1 The definition of hemodynamically significant CAS varies from study to study ranging in degree of stenosis from 50% to 70% and greater.

Love making poems

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Every man wants that her woman express her deep love towards him and show him he is strong and best for her. So for those girl friends we collected some sad love poems for your boyfriend that will make him cry and make him so emotional for you.Not all men are equal some boys love poetry and some not but when you dedicate a Love Poem in your words that came from the heart, It always make him cry. So let’s have a look on some beautiful short love poems for him:1.

Which country

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country[kuhn-tree]noun,pluralcoun·tries.a state or nation: What European countries have you visited?the territory of a nation.the people of a district, state, or nation: The whole country backed the president in his decision.the land of one's birth or citizenship.rural districts, including farmland, parkland, and other sparsely populated areas, as opposed to cities or towns: Many city dwellers like to spend their vacations in the country.any considerable territory demarcated by topographical conditions, by a distinctive population, etc.: mountainous country; the Amish country of Pennsylvania.a tract of land considered apart from any geographical or political limits; region; district.the public.Law. the public at large, as represented by a music.adjectiveof, from, or characteristic of the country; rural: a winding country road.of, relating to, or associated with country music: That Nashville station plays country records all day long.rude; unpolished; rustic: country manners.of, from, or pertaining to a particular country.Obsolete. of one's own country.Explore Dictionary.comOrigin of country1200–50;Middle Englishcuntree 3 + -āta, feminine of -ātus-ate1; compare GermanGegend region, derivative of gegenagainstRelated formsin·ter·coun·try, adjectiveIdiomsgo to the country, British.

Tuesday book review

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By Alexis and Ellen Weeren TEEN REVIEW | by Alexis WeerenBefore reading Tuesdays with Morrie, I hadn’t read anything by Mitch Albom. Actually, I hadn’t read much non-fiction (at least not much that wasn’t in a textbook), so I wasn’t sure what to expect.But the story drew me in very quickly. Mitch Albom spent each Tuesday with Morrie, his former professor, who was very ill.

I saw goody proctor with the devil

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Best Answer:  quick edit, you don't want to start sentences the same way, repeat yourself or be redundant. Abigail Williams is a little girl who is corrupted by the power and authority she is given due to the lack of knowledge of the people in her time period.

Nih grant reporter

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Staying at the cutting edge involves more than just keeping up with the journals and attending scientific conferences. Here’s how to use NIH databases to learn about emerging trends in funded research—and potentially find new collaborators, too.NIH's Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools (RePORT) site offers many reports on NIH spending, as well as two key tools for you to explore: Research, Condition, and Disease Categories (RCDC) and RePORTER.RCDC for the Big PictureFirst, get an overview of how NIH spends its money across 282 research categories using Estimates of Funding for Various Research, Condition, and Disease Categories (RCDC). NIH offers historical data for most fiscal years (FY) since FY 2013 and uses actual data to project estimates for the most recent and current FY.NIH assigns research to the relevant categories based on the text you use in your applications.

Leadership v management

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TipsLeadership and management must go hand in hand.Workers need their managers not just to assign tasks but to define purpose. Managers must organize workers, not just to maximize efficiency, but to nurture skills, develop talent and inspire results.Adapted from “The Wall Street Journal Guide to Management” by Alan Murray, published by Harper Business.Leadership and management must go hand in hand. They are not the same thing.

Amazon article rebuttal

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Amazon's top public relations boss sought to discredit a New York Times expose, posting an article on the website Medium that accuses the paper's reporters of willfully ignoring context when it came to quoting the Seattle-based company's accusers.Jay Carney, Amazon senior vice president for global corporate affairs, took issue with perhaps the most enduring quote from the article about Amazon's bruising work culture. A former employee said, “Nearly every person I worked with, I saw cry at their desk.”Carney, who previously served as President Barack Obama's chief spokesman, wrote that the employee “had attempted to defraud vendors and conceal it by falsifying business records.” Carney added that when the company confronted that employee with the evidence, “he admitted it and resigned immediately.In a separate Medium post, New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet repudiates Carney's claims.

Aerobic training articles

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03 May Anaerobic and Aerobic Training for SportPosted at 19:37h in Training Articles by Sean CochranAthletes who participate in sports competitively utilize the anaerobic and aerobic systems very differently. Utilization of the aerobic and anaerobic systems of energy are very sport dependent. For example, a marathon runner will utilize the aerobic system of the body to a very high degree whereas the American football player will rely heavily on the Anaerobic system during the course of a game.

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