The wounding of the body or body parts by branding, cutting, piercing (BODY PIERCING), or TATTOOING as a cultural practice or expression of creativity or identity.

Unusual foreign metallic object (nail) in the dentition of a skull from the anthropological collection of Rudolf Virchow (Berlin). (1/5)

Foreign bodies in the dentition of present day patients are frequently diagnosed. They are more rare in mediaeval and anthropological specimens. Rudolf Virchow, the doyen of pathology in Germany formed a huge collection of anthropological specimens in the 19th century. Among these specimens one skull from Tiflis (Tbilisi, Georgia) found its way into the collection of Virchow in 1881. The skull is that of a prisoner of war who died in 1877 due to dysentery. The skull is remarkable in that a metallic nail was adapted around the second right maxillary molar. Both radiological and clinical findings indicate that the nail was adapted to the tooth while the individual was still alive. In particular, erosion of the cortical bone plate in the affected area and osseous healing between the first and second maxillary molar may be taken as proof of adaptation of the nail in vivo. The reasons why the nail was applied, however, are difficult to explain. The authors assume that the nail was applied not by the individual himself. Probably, the nail was adapted as an amulet to protect the individual from injury or death.  (+info)

Rejuvenation of the lip with injectables. (2/5)

As the range of soft tissue augmentation products proliferates, most will be used (with varying degrees of success) to shape and augment the lip. The range of outcomes for this indication depends on the skill of the injector, the anatomy of the patient and the intrinsic properties of the product. Permutations of these interacting factors are infinite and it is the range of combinations that is responsible for the complexity (and fascination) of lip rejuvenation with injectable products. Based on personal experience, the perfect lip is the one that "wows" the patient and makes them happy with the procedure. Individualizing the injection is of paramount importance and should take priority over a formulaic approach that defines each lip injection as identical. This review will discuss some of the factors that should be considered prior to injecting a lip with soft tissue augmentation products.  (+info)

Subcutaneous penile insertion of domino fragments by incarcerated males in southwest United States prisons: a report of three cases. (3/5)

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Studing cranial vault modifications in ancient Mesoamerica. (4/5)

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Prevalence and correlates of pubic hair grooming among low-income Hispanic, Black, and White women. (5/5)

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Non-therapeutic body modification refers to the deliberate alteration of one's physical appearance or bodily functions for reasons other than medical necessity or treatment. This can include a wide range of practices such as tattooing, piercing, scarification, branding, implanting, and other forms of physical adornment that are done purely for cosmetic, cultural, or personal expression purposes.

It's important to note that non-therapeutic body modification procedures carry certain risks, including infection, scarring, allergic reactions, and other complications. Therefore, it is essential to seek out qualified professionals who follow proper hygiene and safety protocols when undergoing any such procedure. Additionally, some jurisdictions may have regulations or restrictions on certain types of non-therapeutic body modification practices.

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Before modifications, the standard of proof was equal to that required in a United States court of law. After modification, ... As a result of USADA's ongoing multi-year contracts with the USOPC and the sport national governing bodies (USA Track & Field, ... USADA also allows athletes to apply for and obtain therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) when a legitimate medical need for a ... "International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemption". World Anti-Doping Agency. December 10, 2015. Retrieved April 30, 2018. " ...
The position of ribs can be permanently altered by a form of body modification called tightlacing, which uses a corset to ... Rib removal is the surgical removal of one or more ribs for therapeutic or cosmetic reasons. Rib resection is the removal of ... The body is not twisted so that both ends touch any plane surface upon which it may be laid; but there is a bend, with its ... The body is not flattened horizontally like that of the first rib. Its external surface is convex, and looks upward and a ...
For one, without modifications RNA aptamers are degraded after being introduced into the body by nucleases in the span of a few ... In addition to their utility as direct therapeutic agents, RNA aptamers are also being considered for other therapeutic roles. ... As a therapeutic, siRNA is able to be delivered locally, through the eye or nose, to treat various diseases. Local delivery ... Furthermore, modifications can be added to prevent nuclease degradation, such as a 2' fluoro or amino group as well as a 3' ...
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... is the methodology by which clinicians introduce the cancer-targeting therapeutic system of the CAR-T cell to the human body. ... CAR-T cells, which utilizes genetic modification of human T-cells to contain antigen binding sequences in addition to the ... The classic method of administration of CAR-T cells to cancers within the human body is through intravenous (IV) central line ... This infusion allows the CAR-T cells to enter the body's cardiovascular system, entering the circulation (systemically) amongst ...
When impaired, the body naturally reconstructs new neurological pathways and redirects activity. The field of restorative ... This rehabilitation of motor neurons allows patients a therapeutic approach to recovery opposed to physical structural ... Instead of applying a reconstructive neurobiological approach, i.e. structural modifications, restorative neurology relies on ... being the common subtype results with movement impairments on one side of the body. There are a few therapies for this type of ...
Further surface modifications and conjugation with liposomes enhances the therapeutic effects. Based on a previous study, ... Natural polymers can be found in the environment or human body. On the other hand, synthetic polymers do not occur naturally ... This is the most highly selective barrier in the body that restricts passive diffusion of solutes, large and hydrophilic ... For drug delivery systems to bypass the blood brain barrier, modifications of physiochemical properties can enhance safety and ...
... correction or modification of a body function or the body structure of a human being; the diagnosis of pregnancy in a human ... Therapeutic: physical therapy machines like continuous passive range of motion (CPM) machines Air purifying equipment may be ... it must be verified by a Certificate of Conformity issued by a Notified Body. A Notified Body is a public or private ... Although these bodies often collaborate and discuss the definition in general, there are subtle differences in wording that ...
The needle size, length and type should be selected based on the site, depth and patient's body habitus. 22-24G needles are ... It can for example be performed during chronic warfarin therapy with therapeutic coagulation levels. The hip joint is a ball- ... Initial treatment options include activity modification, analgesia and physical therapy. When symptoms persist despite these ... Intra-articular hip injections can be technically challenging due to depth, variable body habitus, and the proximity to the ...
These nanobot based cells will enable those who possess these initially quasi android bodies ("Human body 2.0") to have much ... Some bioethicists restrict the term to the non-therapeutic application of specific technologies - neuro-, cyber-, gene- and ... superhuman abilities are the technological aim either of human enhancement by genetic modification or cybernetic implants or of ... Human Body: Pushing the Limits is a Discovery Channel show that explains what happens to people's strength, sight, brainpower, ...
... are forms of body modification that have the potential to increase the size of the clitoris and ... Atilla Şenaylı; Etlik Ankara (December 2011). "Controversies on clitoroplasty". Therapeutic Advances in Urology. 3 (6): 273-277 ... Shannon Larratt (January 22, 2008). "Saline Clitoral Inflation". BME: Tattoo, Piercing and Body Modification News. Archived ...
Post-translational modification is a process where new functional group(s) are conjugated to the amino acid side chains in a ... when the body has to deal with rapidly changing amounts of substances as a consequence of variable intake of drugs, fluids, or ... and inter-individual variability of the therapeutic efficacy and the toxicity of many drugs. As a result, the activity of OAT1 ... The common modifications include glycosylation, phosphorylation, ubiquitination, sulfation, methylation, acetylation, and ...
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The following provides additional applications of ligand modifications and their therapeutic applications [12]. In addition to ... Due to the abundance of proteins necessary for proper bodily function, the body has developed processes to update proteins into ... The optimal ligand for PNP modification is dependent on the target cell. Modification of a PNP surface with ligands can be ... The modification of VLPs is unique due to their nanocage architecture. PNPs with cage structures can fully encapsulate ...
As proponents of self-improvement and body modification, transhumanists tend to use existing technologies and techniques that ... Even the goal of using germinal choice technology for clearly therapeutic purposes should be relinquished, since it would ... Body modification, Doomsday scenarios, Emerging technologies, Ethics of science and technology, Existential risk from ... others have offered specific proposals for modifications to the human body, including heritable ones. Transhumanists are often ...
She showed that therapeutic doses of retinoic acid can correct the deficient molecular response in the leukemic cells. She also ... She then showed that arsenic induces the post-translational modification of PML-RARa by the small SUMO protein as well as the ... demonstrated that a particular organelle, the PML Nuclear Body, is disrupted in these cells, and that both retinoic acid and ...
Walker JA, Upadhyaya M (May 2018). "Emerging therapeutic targets for neurofibromatosis type 1". Expert Opinion on Therapeutic ... Interestingly, whole-body size deficits, learning defects and aberrant RAS/ERK signaling are also key features of the NF1 ... 1997 found the size defect to be rescuable by transgenic modification by either a working NF1 or a protein kinase - but this ... dNF1 functions to regulate organism growth and whole-body size (first elucidated by the rescue study of The et al. 1997), ...
... increasing body awareness and decreasing general anxiety. In 1979, Skumin created a special modification of mind control method ... The therapeutic effect is achieved by the neutralization of traumatic emotional experiences and the progressive reorganization ... All MHV function in the human body creating a unique sound effects and vibration. Patients with mechanical valves must take ... There are three major types of mechanical valves with many modifications on these designs. This requires open heart surgery. ...
The scientific therapeutic effects of traditional Chinese materia medica have attracted great attention both at home and abroad ... This corresponds not only to symptoms but also the syndromes of the whole body. The modern study of the compound preparations ... The selection of the ingredients and forms of preparations, production procedures (including the form modification), quality ... The therapeutic effects of the compound preparations of some traditional Chinese materia medica can be compared clinically with ...
investigation, replacement or modification of the anatomy or of a physiological process; iv. control of conception; and that ... The Therapeutic Goods (Medical Devices) 2007 Regulations require a healthcare facility that reprocesses single-use devices to ... does not achieve its principal intended action in or on the human body by pharmacological, immunological or metabolic means, ... "Medical devices are defined as follows by the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 : a. any instrument, apparatus, appliance, material or ...
Organism-specific therapeutic regimens for folliculitis are provided below, including those for Staphylococcus aureus, ... Body Modifications: Dermatologic Reactions and Risks Recommended. * 20021830144-overviewProcedures. Procedures Skin and Soft ... Specific Organisms and Therapeutic Regimens. Before a treatment plan is devised, it is important to consider the etiology of ... Body site colonization in patients with community-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and other types of S. ...
Regulating non-therapeutic body modification. Bioethics. 1998;12(4):263-85.. 11. Braun V. Female genital cosmetic surgery: a ... Instruments for body image evaluation were Yale-Brown Obsessive-Compulsive Scale Modified for Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD- ... Poor body and genital self-image may contribute to the increase in demand for surgery. Objectives: The aim of this systematic ... modifications. Reprod Health Matters. 2010;18(35):29-37.. 10. Sheldon S, Wilkinson S. Female genital mutilation and cosmetic ...
"Female Genital Mutilation and Cosmetic Surgery: Regulating Non-Therapeutic Body Modification." Bioethics 12: 263-285.10.1111/ ... Keywords: anti-FGM laws; body modifications; intersectionality; female genital mutilation; gender-based violence ... "National Bodies, Unspeakable Acts: The Sexual Politics of Colonial Policy-Making." The Journal of Modern History 63(4): 647-680 ... "Aint I a Woman Too? Challenging Myths of Sexual Dysfunction in Circumcised Women." In Transcultural Bodies. Female Genital ...
Body modification "cosmetic surgery". Retrieved 1 September 2015. "Cosmetic Surgery vs. Plastic Surgery ,American Board of ... The authority involved in the monitoring these regulations within Australia is the Department of Health, the Therapeutic Goods ... The most common reason behind ones choice to undergo cosmetic surgery is due to dissatisfaction with their body image. Body ... Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a condition of which people find their own image immensely flawed. It effects both men and ...
General recommendations and organism-specific therapeutic regimens for necrotizing fasciitis are provided below, including ... Body Modifications: Dermatologic Reactions and Risks Recommended. * 20021830144-overviewProcedures. Procedures Skin and Soft ... Specific Organisms and Therapeutic Regimens. General recommendations and organism-specific therapeutic regimens for necrotizing ... Aggressive surgical intervention is the major therapeutic modality for patients with necrotizing fasciitis and should be ...
Any such changes would not require any modification approval from the regulatory bodies. ... The learning must be controlled in such a way that the risks of modification are minimized. The discussion paper from the US ... AI-enabled SaMD and Digital Therapeutic Solutions: Good Practices for Commercialization. Artificial intelligence (AI) has ... The Algorithm Change Protocol (ACP) specifies strategies for mitigating the risks of anticipated modifications. Data management ...
Extreme Body Modifications Mar 1, 2018. Providing effective care and recommendations to this patient population is key to ... Therapeutic Use of Botulinum Neurotoxin Injections Jan 21, 2019. As the popularity of these therapeutic injections increases, ... The Therapeutic Potential of Medical Marijuana May 8, 2017. Providing patients with scientific information and clarifying ...
A vast body of research has described that modifications in the drug target, such as changed microtubule dynamics, tubulin ... Feng, Y.; LoGrasso, P.V.; Defert, O.; Li, R. Rho Kinase (ROCK) Inhibitors and Their Therapeutic Potential. J. Med. Chem. 2016, ... Vimentin is a novel anti-cancer therapeutic target; insights from in vitro and in vivo mice xenograft studies. PLoS ONE 2010, 5 ... Adams, J.C. Fascin-1 as a biomarker and prospective therapeutic target in colorectal cancer. Expert Rev. Mol. Diagn 2015, 15, ...
Metformin / therapeutic use* * Mitochondrial Membrane Transport Proteins / genetics * PPAR gamma / genetics * Polymorphism, ... Body Weight / genetics * Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor / genetics * Cell Adhesion Molecules, Neuronal / genetics ... Genetic predictors of weight loss and weight regain after intensive lifestyle modification, metformin treatment, or standard ...
From eating disorders to body modifications such as tattooing, Dr. Farber explores the language of self-harm, and the ... translation of that language and its psychic functions in the therapeutic setting. She tells us, "When the body weeps tears of ... From eating disorders to body modifications such as tattooing, Dr. Farber explores the language of self-harm, and the ... Part 11 The Body Speaks. Chapter 12 The Body Speaks That Which Cannot Be Spoken. Chapter 13 Self-Harm, Gender, and Perversion. ...
About 70 percent of the human body carries these modifications, so there is a great interest in understanding how they occur. ... Glycobias bacteria are a manufacturing platform for human therapeutic glycoproteins, which are increasingly becoming a key ...
BODY MODIFICATION, NON-THERAPEUTIC; etc.). Allowable Qualifiers:. BL blood. CF cerebrospinal fluid. CI chemically induced. CL ...
Beta-hydroxybutyrylation of histones would seem to be exclusive to ketone bodies. These epigenetic modifications could underlie ... Presspulse: a novel therapeutic strategy for the metabolic management of cancer. Nutr Metab (Lond). (2017) 14:19. doi: 10.1186/ ... 3.2.2. Histone modifications. Histone protein modifications affect most processes involving DNA, including DNA packaging and ... ketone bodies have been shown to act as epigenetic modifiers resulting in covalent modifications at key histones (39, 57). ...
activity and lifestyle modification advice, and *adjustment of other joints around the body, including ankles, shoulders, ... application of therapeutic modalities including heat/ice, electrotherapies, and various taping techniques as required by ... Just like other medical professionals in Australia, chiropractors are required to register with their own body, the ... are intrinsically connected to the bodys function. ...
A combination of therapeutic exercise prescription, body work, and lifestyle modification. Therapeutic Exercise Prescription ... Body Work: the art of human touch to heal the body. This includes hand-on-techniques like myofascial release, joint ... Lifestyle Modification: this is where we assess the day-to-day activities that may be affecting your issue, and suggest ... modifications to improve how you feel. We offer guidance on topics such as nutrition, supplementation, stress management ...
... mind and body behavior modification; Yoga; clinical pediatrics and gynecology; diet therapies; treatment of specific diseases; ... therapeutic modalities; detoxification theory and practice; mind and body behavior modification; Yoga; clinical pediatrics and ...
Controlled embryoid body formation via surface modification and avidin-biotin cross-linking Cytotechnology. 61(3), 135-144 (In ... Stem cells: the therapeutic role in the treatment of diabetes mellitus. Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Reviews. 27, 285- ...
Ex vivo modification involves modifying a cells genome, for example via CRISPR-Cas9, outside the body and then administering ... Administration of a CRISPR-based therapeutic could trigger immune reactions to the Cas9 enzyme, a large foreign protein. Guide ... highlighting specific considerations for in vivo and ex vivo genomic modification. In vivo delivery requires administration of ...
... regulating non-therapeutic body modification. Bioethics, 12(4), 263-285.. Shell-Duncan, B. (2001). The medicalization of female ... It is on the body of his son that Abraham writes his own beliefs. In a religion marked by the ritual exclusion of women, such a ... Earp, B. D., Hendry, J., & Thomson, M. (in press). Reason and paradox in medical and family law: Shaping childrens bodies. ... It weakens accusations of sexism by recognizing that boys and intersex children are also vulnerable to non-therapeutic genital ...
In cell therapy, in vivo kinetic control of the therapeutic cells, such as accumulation of the cells at the target site of ... but disappear from the body relatively quickly after intravenous administration. ... Furthermore, the modification of anti-ICAM1 VHH allowed the selective accumulation of mesenchymal stem cells to the inflamed ... Journal Article] Controlling Cell Dynamics by Cell-surface Modification2021. *. Author(s). Yuriko Higuchi, Yoshimasa Takafuji ...
The Therapeutic Power of Mud Baths: Revitalise Your Body and Mind. August 21, 2023. ... The Therapeutic Power of Mud Baths: Revitalise Your Body and Mind. August 21, 2023. ... Gene modification is already a tool in crop development.. The real question is whether, in addition to assisting in making more ... Genetic Food Modification Technology Will Assist in Ending Global Starvation. The biggest beneficiaries of GM plants have been ...
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... and body-weight regulation. Some neuropeptides undergo functionally important posttranslational modifications. ... "The early appearance of CD74 means that this candidate biomarker could be a promising tool in therapeutic drug discovery. Our ... Gary Nelsestuen, Ph.D., professor at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, maintains that a growing body of evidence ... long-term nonprogressors (LTNPs) provides highly valuable insights for directing therapeutic efforts." ...
... are linked to modifications in adipocyte differentiation [24] and visceral and intrahepatic fat accumulation [25], reinforcing ... as potential therapeutic WL targets. Recent evidence suggests that certain pharmacological agents, such as thiazolidinediones, ... Body Composition. Height and weight were measured to calculate BMI. Total body fat mass, as well as regional fat mass in the ... Treatment effects on Regional Body Composition and Glucose and Lipid Profiles. Table 1 presents overall baseline body ...
It combines cognitive therapeutic counselling techniques with subconscious healing techniques.. When the patient is under ... hypnosis, their mind and body are put into a heightened state of learning which makes them more susceptible to suggestions for ... self-improvement or behavior modification. The goal of hypnotherapy is to harmonize the subconscious and conscious minds to ...
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