10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SPASMIC»
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Leaves of Grass, a Textual Variorum of the Printed Poems: ...
... The arriving engines, the hoarse shouts, the nimble stepping and daring, The
strong command through the fire-trumpets, the falling in line, the rise and fall of
the arms forcing the water, The slender, spasmic, blue-white jets, the bringing to ...
Walt Whitman, Gilbert Achcar, Sculley Bradley, 2007
Dengue Fever Natural Remedies - A Comprehensive Guide to ...
Severe abdominal pain Ask your patient if his/her stomach is in pain and find out
what the possible causes are. Has the patient eaten anything? Is the pain acidic
or spasmic? A typical stomach pain in dengue-afflicted patients is often spasmic,
Der Streit Der Fakult‹ten
This pathological condition of the patient, which accompanies and impedes his
thinking, in so far as thinking is holding firmly onto a concept (of the unity of ideas
connected in his consciousness), produces the feeling of a spasmic state in his ...
A History of Neurosurgery: In Its Scientific and ...
He recognized quite astutely that epilepsy could produce changes beyond the "
primary spasmic centre" and hoped that "operative intervention will favourably
influence the atrophic and sclerotic metamorphoses known to flourish in the
Samuel H. Greenblatt, T. Forcht Dagi, Mel H. Epstein, 1997
The Moment of Racial Sight: A History
... which accompanies and impedes his thinking, in so far as thinking is holding
firmly onto a concept (of the unity of ideas connected in his consciousness)
produces the feeling of a spasmic state in his organ of thought (his brain). This
Chinese Herbal Medicine: Modern Applications of Traditional ...
The symptoms include urgent, frequent, hesitant, painful urination or urinary
retention, or with fever, shivering, lower abdominal spasmic pain, distention, and
sinking sensation (which is seen in cystitis, urinary tract infection, and
Chongyun Liu, Angela Tseng, Sue Yang, 2004
Advances in Bioengineering
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN OSCILLATORY FLOW AND SPASMIC CORONARY
ARTERY - A FVM STUDY WITH PRESCRIBED MOVING WALL - Hao Liu Takami
Yamaguchi Department of Mechanical and Systems Engineering Nagoya ...
1992 Advances in Bioengineering: presented at the Winter ...
The time course of the spasmic changes were assumed to have a
trigonometrically varying nature. In the preliminary computations, significant
decreases in the average flow rate was found to affect the overall flow structures.
The application of ...
American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting, Martha Warren Bidez, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Bioengineering Division, 1992
Coprostasis undoubtedly acts as an excitant in the chronically affected sigmoid
area, but the inflammatory process, in its turn, may give occasion to spasmic or,
probably, to atonic conditions of the sigmoid which may stand at the foundation of
George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman, 1908
Animal colonies: development and function through time
"Spasmic" stem contraction involves flurries of signals in the giant axons and, as
these travel rapidly up the stem, they evoke contractions successively along the
stem musculature. The spread of the contractile response is rapid, corresponding
Richard S. Boardman, Alan H. Cheetham, William Albert Oliver, 1973