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Not every case can be solved right away and on the spot. A little time to think and to research in the literature, a discussion with colleagues, and a call for help to one of those gray-haired, odd-looking senior radiologists are nothing to be ashamed of. The opposite is true. The final diagnosis can also be communicated to the referring physicians in a second step after a preliminary report. They will appreciate the extra attention and care.
The evolution of fiberoptic endoscopy has brought about a profound change in the frequency and spectrum of examinations performed by abdominal radiologists today. No other subspecialty in radiology has undergone a comparable shift in recent decades. Direct visualization of the gastrointestinal tract has largely replaced classical radiology, especially in the evaluation of the stomach, duodenum, and colon. While our forefathers (look for some gray-haired survivors in the dark corners of the department) performed dozens of upper GI examinations per day, today's students and residents have little chance to witness a significant number of these skillful examinations during their rotations in GI radiology. On the other hand, their odds of seeing a double contrast barium enema are much higher. While the resulting images are quite appealing visually when obtained by a real master of this dying art, their diagnostic yield is typically inferior to that of endoscopy.
Our reported results also support the notion that ATM heterozygous phenotypes resemble those caused by protein dosage reduction, in genomic chromosomal instability and cancer susceptibility, which may all be due to diminished cell-cycle checkpoint function. We suspect that this hypothesis would be relevant not only to human A-T carriers, but also to heterozygous A-T zebrafish. However, there are conflicting data on the role of ATM heterozygosity in cancer risk (Concannon, 2002 FitzGerald et al., 1997 Laposa et al., 2004 Spring et al., 2002). On the one hand, Barlow et al. argued that ATM heterozygous mice showed no evidence of increased acute radiation toxicity, although the mice intriguingly displayed premature greying and decreased survival at higher sublethal doses of irradiation (Barlow et al., 1999b), suggesting progressive senescence with DNA damage.
Fur gray to brownish gray dorsally and white to creamy white ventrally. The face and ears are black, and the face is framed by long white or pale gray hairs. Long, stiff hairs point forward from the brow ridge. Limbs are slightly darker than the rest of the body the hands and feet are black. There is moderate sexual dimorphism in body size. Head and body length 25.5 in (64.0 cm) for males and 23.5 in (58.5 cm) for females tail length 36.5 in (91.0 cm) for males and 34.5 in (86.0 cm) for females. Body mass 28 lb 11 oz (13.0 kg) for males and 21 lb 13 oz (9.9 kg) for females.
Aging does bring with it decline, to a greater or lesser degree depending upon the person. But even in this state the Scriptures tell us that we are not alone. ''Even to your old age and gray hairs I am he, I am he who will sustain you. I have made you and I will carry you. I will sustain you and I will rescue you'' (Isa. 46 4). This Scripture gives the gift of hope. The Scriptures also give a basis for value that is independent of productivity. Feeling valued by God can give a person enough self-esteem to be able to reach out to others, despite his or her own limitations.
Body length 94.4-127.9 in (240-325 cm) shoulder height 62.9-80.7 in (160-205 cm) tail length 23.6 in (60 cm) weight males 1,100-2,645 lb (500-1,200 kg), females 660-770 lb (300-350 kg). Moderate sexual dimorphism, with females weighing only about 33 of adult males stocky, ox-like animals with a broad, low-hung head raising steeply to humped shoulders, which are followed by a lower back and rump. Both sexes have long, simple curved, black horns. In adult males, the horns extend up to 37.4 in (95 cm), whereas those of females normally only attain 19.6 in (50 cm). The pelage of wild yak is black with rusty-brown tints and, sometimes, gray hairs on the muzzle. The domesticated yak varies greatly in color from black to light yellow-brown, with many individuals having mottled white patches over parts of their sides and backs. The guard hair is relatively short on the back on the sides, it can be up to 27.5 in (70 cm) in length, hanging down to form a fringed cape, which extends far enough...
Large crouched, slab-shaped body length 34-46 in (85-115 cm) height 22 in (55 cm) weight 31-40 lb (14-18 kg). Coat color is golden brown to mahogany, darker on the hindquarters, and stippled with gray hairs along the back. Chest and undersides are pale brown or gray. Black stripe traces the length of the spine. Leg color can vary between regions and subspecies. Black muzzle has chestnut-colored arches over the eyes, and short curved horns.
One of the largest of the Cephalophus length 54 in (135 cm) height 30-33.5 in (75-80 cm) weight up to 154 lb (70 kg). Gray to gray-brown coloring with glossy black head and neck shoulders are draped with a swath of white or gray hair that descends to the chest. Similar markings encircle the nose and lips. Large ridged horns angle backward from the ears.
Largest of the terrestrial primates, demonstrating extreme sexual dimorphism. Females generally weigh about 150 lb (68 kg), males may approach 400 lb (181.4 kg). Hair is generally black over most of the body, red to brown on the crest of the head. Mature males sport silver hair on their back.
Youth is the most wonderful time of life it's too bad it is wasted on the young. This has probably been the unexpressed sentiment of many older adults who wake up one morning to find grey hair, wrinkles, sagging cheeks, and a double chin in the mirror, hair in the wash basin, and aches, pains, and stiffness in places where they did not even know they had places. The physical changes that accompany aging appear gradually, not without warning, but nevertheless disturbing the eternal summer of young adulthood, when it seems as if one might very well live forever. In our more rational, reflective moments, we realize that we cannot remain perpetually young, but the mind rarely entertains the thought of personal mortality, and denial keeps us going during the endless round of days.
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