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2010

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Mental Retardation
February 1, 2010 ... Mental retardation (MR) means a person has below average intelligence. A person who is mentally retarded cannot easily change his behavior in response to certain situations or demands. There are four levels of MR: mild, moderate, severe, and...

Costochondritis
February 1, 2010 ... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] What is costochondritis? Costochondritis is inflammation of the joint between a rib and the breastbone (sternum) or between the bony part of the rib and the rib cartilage. (Cartilage is a tough rubbery tissue that...

Carteolol, Ophthalmic
February 1, 2010 ... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] KAR-tee-oh-lol What are other names for this medicine? Type of medicine: beta blocker (ophthalmic) Generic and brand names: carteolol, ophthalmic; Ocupress What is this medicine used for? This medicine...

Laparoscopy for Ovariectomy (Oophorectomy)
February 1, 2010 ... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] What is a laparoscopy? A laparoscopy is a procedure in which your healthcare provider uses a laparoscope to look at and treat problems with organs and tissues in your abdomen or pelvis. A laparoscope is a long, thin...

Rilonacept, Injection
February 1, 2010 ... ri-LON-fa-sept What are other names for this medicine? Type of medicine: interleukin-1 blocker Generic and brand names: rilonacept, injection; Arcalyst What is this medicine used for? This medicine is given by injection (shots) to...