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Related to Wasting syndrome: Cerebral salt wasting syndrome, Kaposi Sarcoma

dabbing, daubing

Dressing a stone surface with a special pointed tool to produce a pitted appearance.

wasting

In stonecutting, splitting off the surplus stone with a wedge-shaped chisel (called a point), or with a pick, so that the faces of the stone are reduced to nearly plane surfaces; dabbing.
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Although HIV disease is increasing rapidly among women, no prior studies have investigated gender-based therapeutic strategies for treating the AIDS wasting syndrome among this population.
Ultrastructural findings in lymph nodes from pigs suffering from naturally occurring postweaning multisystemic wasting syndrome.
These results are similar to the observations made in a study of pigs observed for the development of postweaning multisystemic wasting syndrome.
Cytokine profiles of peripheral blood mononuclear cells from pigs with postweaning multisystemic wasting syndrome in response to mitogen, superantigen or recall viral antigens.
2) Primary muscle disease has been implicated as another possible underlying mechanism of the wasting syndrome.
Reproduction of postweaning multisystemic wasting syndrome (PMWS) in immunostimulated and non-immunoestimulated 3-week-old piglets experimentally infected with porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2).
In adults, HGH is legal for AlDS-related wasting syndrome, short-bowel syndrome, and growth hormone deficiency.
The initiative, Combating Endemic Diseases of Farmed Animals for Sustainability, is backing research into a range of diseases, including bovine TB and mastitis, footrot in sheep and the viral pig disease post-weaning multi-systemic wasting syndrome.
Voters in California and Arizona pass medicinal marijuana laws to allow access to patients who need the drug to combat nausea and overcome wasting syndrome.
In addition, if the malnutrition is not addressed, it can lead to a condition called cachexia, defined as a wasting syndrome that results in compromised immunity, weakness, and a loss of weight, fat, and muscle.
For eight years, through bouts of streptococcal meningitis and wasting syndrome that, at one point, cut his body weight in half, Galindo somehow boomeranged back and kept dancing.
I am also battling an inoperable brain tumor, seizures, and life-threatening wasting syndrome, accompanied by near-constant nausea, as well as several other diseases.