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spina

A barrier dividing an ancient Roman circus lengthwise, about which the racers turned.
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Spina was attentive to how Italians read his books.
Spina bifida, the second most common congenital disease in the world, is a malformation of the central nervous system associated with incomplete closure of the neural tube.
Spina bifida is a serious, sometimes lifethreatening condition, known as a 'neural tube defect', which can affect a child's development, motor skills, and ability to cope with everyday life.
Some research suggests that many cases of spina bifida can be prevented by simply taking an adequate amount of folic acid, usually 400 micrograms daily, well before and during early pregnancy.
Plain radiograph of the lumbosacral spine may reveal failure of fusion of the posterior arch, hemivertebrae, sacral agenesis, spur of diastematomyelia, and signs indicating the presence of spina bifida.
Spina bifidada genellikle kas gucsuzlugu, hipoestezi/ anestezi, derin tendon reflekslerinin azalmasi veya alinamamasi gibi ikinci motor noron bulgulari gorulur.
Spina was promoted to director of drug store administration in 2003 and two years later was promoted again to the role of vice president of store operations.
The team attending to the person with spina bifida needs to emphasise that successful bowel management means that accidents will happen infrequently and that normal underclothing may be worn.
A 66-year-old female with a congenital terminal lipomyelomeningocele presented to the adult spina bifida clinic.
Robin Barnett, Shine''s health development officer, encouraging us to Wear Yellow and Shine for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Awareness Week.
He was presenting data from the centre on the incidence of spina bifida in Qatar during the International Conference on Spina Bifida:Genetic-Environmental Causes, Prevention and Treatment, which was hosted by Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar (WCMC-Q) in association with HMC and Sidra Medical and Research Centre.

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