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Fae Myenne Ng’s Bone - Fae Myenne Ng’s Bone I enjoy reading Fae Myenne Ng’s Bone. I find her novel easy to read and understand. Although she included some phrases the Chinese use, I find no difficulty in understanding them, as I’m Chinese myself. The novel Bone is written in a circular narrative form, in which the story doesn’t follow the linear format where the suspense slowly builds up and finally reaches a climax stage. Rather the story’s time sequence is thrown back and forth. I find this format of writing brings greater suspense and mystery to the reader....   [tags: Fae Myenne Ng Bone] 547 words
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The Tragedy of Leila in Bone - The Tragedy of Leila in Bone       How much responsibility should any child have over their family. In "Bone," by Fae Myenne Ng, a character named Leila is born the daughter of a loving mother, Mah, and a run-out-on-the-family father whom cursed Leila with a last name Fu. As Leila said herself, "Fu in our dialect sounds like the word for bitter" (18). She became the oldest with two other sisters, Ona and Nina, whom both came from Mah's second husband, Leon. Leon loves his biological daughters like a true father should; meanwhile, Leon also loves Leila, his daughter only by marriage to Mah....   [tags: Bone Essays]
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The Devastating Suicide in Bone - The Devastating Suicide in Bone       In Bone, by Fae Myenne Ng, the character Ona Leong grows up in a Chinese-American family in San Francisco. Ona shared her home with two sisters that are extreme opposites, a mother who works in sweatshops and a father who works out at sea for long periods. Ona grew up loving every member of her family and each one of them believed that she was on the road to success. But on a day like any other, Ona commits suicide by jumping off of the thirteenth floor of the Nam building....   [tags: Bone Essays]
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The Significance of Marriage in "Bone" - “Chains do not hold a marriage together. It is threads, hundreds of tiny threads which sew people together through the years.”Simone Signoret. In the novel Bone by Fae Myenne Ng, Ng gives the reader several opposing aspects of marriage. Bone uses marriage as a connection to the relationships of the characters within the novel. The mother of the three daughters in the novel is Mah. Mah’s first marriage was to a man named Dulcie Fu. This marriage was a relationship that was founded solely on infatuation....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Grafting of the Bone - ... (2000), there are an estimated, 280 000 hip fractures , 700 000 vertebral, and 250 000 wrist fractures happened in USA annually at a cost of $10 billion. Besides that, as calculated by Dickson, (2007), non union occurs in 5 per cent of all fractures and 20 per cent of high-impact fractures recorded by Hollinger, et al.. Thus, this causes highly demand of bone grafting and bone subtitutes in surgical market. Furthermore, this is likely to increase as the population ages and increases in total....   [tags: bone restoration, injury, trauma, disease] 1272 words
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The Law of Transformation of the Bone: Julius Wolff - ~ In the 17th century, Galileo inferred that there was a relationship between mechanical forces and bone morphology, when he noted that body weight and activity were, related to bone size. ~ Julius Wolff ~ In 1892, ~ his Magnum Opus "The law of transformation of the bone" was, published. There were only a few early pioneers in the field of bone adaption, and then a publication, which came from an East Prussian surgeon from the “Friedrich-Wilhelms University to Berlin” (Charité institute 2014)....   [tags: bone adaptation, femur]
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What are Bone Fractures? - Bones are rigid and dynamic biological organs where a series of active cells resident and integrate into a stiff matrix and this structure physically support and protect the tissue and organs within our body. Bone stores minerals and bone marrow within bone structure produces new blood cells. over 270 pieces of bones are in infants’ body and several of them fuse together during growth. These bones are in different shapes and have complex and hierarchical structures. With different shapes, mechanical properties and biological activities, they act in a variety of roles for our body functions....   [tags: Bone Healing, Regeneration, Tissue Engineering]
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The Fae Princess - Part 1 Chapter 1 The Fae Princess Night had fallen across the land as the girl walked through the forests. The darkness had enraptured everything it touched leaving her in a scene of picturesque beauty. She was surrounded by plant-life; flowers blue, red and black, and trees that shaded her from the glare of the moon. The moon itself, what little of it shined through, guided her path in the forest. She didn't need it of course. Her race, the Dark Fae, could see fairly well in the night. Some of the elders could even see through pitch-black....   [tags: personal narrative] 2139 words
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The Fae Princess - The Fae Princess The girl had felt a mixture of fear and awe when she had entered the main room. There were around five floors and each was filled with the mysterious, red-eyes creatures. These were the Dark Gods in all their glory. On the top floor there were six massive figures, each stood tall and regal. They were the leaders of the realm, she could tell. She knelt as her sister had told her to, keeping her eyes on the Dark Gods. The one on the far left stepped forward and spoke. “Daughter of Irinia, Princess of the Dark Fae, are you prepared to face your fate and become one with darkness?” his powerful voice took her unawares but she hastily retained her composure....   [tags: personal narrative] 1527 words
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The Impossible American Dream - The Impossible American Dream in Anzia Yezierska's “America and I,” Uncle and Jayanti from Chitra Divakaruni's “Silver Pavements, Golden Roofs,” and Leon from Fae Myenne Ng's Bone. America has always been characterized as the land of dreams and opportunities. Immigrants entering America took these characterizations to heart. The dreams and aspirations of stable, wealthy, and happy lives in America became known as the “American Dream”. However, the “American Dream” hardly ever turns out like any individuals have anticipated....   [tags: American Dream Essays]
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The Baby Fae Case - The Baby Fae Case The issues surrounding the Baby Fae case raised some important questions concerning medical ethics. Questions were raised regarding human experimentation (especially experimentation in children), risk/benefit ratio, the quality of informed consent, and surrogate decision-making. Primarily, this case showed that new guidelines were needed to regulate radical procedures that offer little hope and high notoriety and recognition of the physician performing them. Dr. Bailey had been doing extensive research for years on xenografts, or cross-species transplantations, yet none of his animal recipients had survived over 6 months.16 His research was neither governmentally fu...   [tags: Health Medical Ethics Essays] 1401 words
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Symptoms and Treatment of Bone Cancer - ... Although bone cancer is not the most common type of cancer, it has still caused deaths all over the world, and should still be treated as soon as it’s found. Symptoms and Treatment There are several tell-tale symptoms of bone cancer. Some of these symptoms include pain in the bone, swelling, fractures, limited mobility, and other signs. While these are not the only symptoms of bone cancer, they are the most common ones. Other symptoms can arise, depending on what stage the cancer is in, and whether or not the cancer is in other parts of the body....   [tags: risk, tumors, chemotherapy]
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Classifying and Treating a Fracture of a Bone - ... “The cause of the trauma may be from a direct blow to the bone or an indirect force such as muscle contractions or pulling forces on the bone” (Ignatavicius & Workman, 2013, p. 1147). Contributing factors are malnutrition, vigorous exercise, and sports (Ignatavicius & Workman, 2013, pp. 1147-1148). A.O. is young and this may have been a contributing factor to his current problems, as teenage men are more prone to risky behavior. Clinical Manifestation The most frequent manifestation of a fracture is moderate too severe pain....   [tags: separation, wound, emergency room] 1692 words
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Bone - The epidemiology study in Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Scotland reported the incidence of fracture in 2000 which was 5,953 fractures in a population of 534,715 (11.3 in 1,000). (1) In general, the bone has a physiologic repairing process which consists of three basic steps; inflammation, proliferation and remodeling and the fracture can be healed spontaneously. (2) Failure of physiological regeneration of these steps which might cause the fracture nonunion. (3)This pathologic condition is one of the important complications after treatment fracture which occurs about 5-10% (Littenberg et al., 1998, Tzioupis and Giannoudis, 2007)....   [tags: Biology] 694 words
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The Want Bone by Robert Pinsky - To describe him as a man that merely writes poetry would significantly underestimate the incredible contribution and dedication he has made to modern poetry. Robert Pinsky, a poet critic and translator, is a remarkable and influential figure in contemporary poetry (Baym 2777). Born in October of 1940, Pinsky grew up in Long Branch, New Jersey. He received a B.A. from Rutgers University in New Jersey as well as a M.A. & Ph.D. in Philosophy at Stanford University. In 1961, he married Ellen Jane Bailey, a clinical psychologist, and together they had 3 children....   [tags: modern poetry, a woman]
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Bone and Teeth Tissue Regeneration - Bone and Teeth Tissue Regeneration The ability to be able to regenerate bone tissue by tissue engineering may be the first method of regeneration to be successful. Researchers are constantly looking for solutions to reduce the amount of complications that accompany dentistry and/or orthopedic treatment of congenital anomalies, trauma, periodontitis, and other diseases (Alsberg et al. 2001). Though the common treatments may include autograph tissue (tissue that was taken from one part of the body and placed in another part of the same body) or artificial teeth, there are many complications that are associated with these types of treatments (Xiong 2002)....   [tags: dentistry, orthopedic treatment ] 1013 words
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Modern Day Chinatown - Modern day Chinatown is a vibrant and bustling community full of bright colors and Chinese characters adorning buildings as far as the eye can see. Chinese elders roam around the narrow and unkempt streets while children frolic around from store to store with wide smiles, riffling through toy stores as store owners look on. Mothers scurry from store to store searching for the most tender meats to buy for the night's dinner or for the next day's lunch. Tourists from nearby downtown drift into the heart of Chinatown with large and expensive cameras, posing for pictures with Lion head statues and continue on, buying cheap Chinatown goods along the way....   [tags: Asian Americans] 1619 words
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Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo - ... Mal is now a profession tracker probably one of the best, while Alina is a mapmaker who help make map while on the trip. As they are preparing to entering the Shadow Fold with the squad, so they can travel to West Ravaka, they got under attack by Volcra(Bird like creature), While being under attack by the Volcra, she shield herself to protect Mal, after being injured she emit a source of light that scare all of the volca, and save the rest of the first army. Seeing this as for the first time, bring many question about herself....   [tags: love, teenager, yale university] 645 words
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Lung Cancer and Bone Metastasis - Case Assessment Lung Cancer and Bone Metastasis According to the Canadian Cancer Society (2014h), there are two main types of lung cancer: Non-small cell lung cancer, the most common and grows more slowly; and small cell lung cancer, grows quickly and often spreads to distant parts of the body. The progression of lung cancer could be spreading from the lung to other parts of body, where they can grow into new tumours, which called metastasis such as bone metastasis that can be occur in any bone such as the spine, pelvis, ribs, upper legs and arms bones, and skull (Canadian Cancer Society, 2014a; Canadian Cancer Society, 2014b)....   [tags: Family, Psychology, Impact] 986 words
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Exceptional Down to the Bone - Our View on Exceptional Down to the Bone James C. Bennett’s article, Exceptional Down to the Bone published in the National Review on June 21, 2010 describes how exceptionalism in America can be found in our unique bone level cultural roots, relative to other English-speaking countries. The article offers different perspectives on exceptionalism and universalism in America. Bennett states “The Right tends to see exceptionalism in America’s unique virtues, such as freedom, prosperity, and innovativeness....   [tags: Article Analysis, Bennett] 1059 words
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Replacement of Damaged Human Bone - Developments in nanotechnology and tissue engineering have provided promising ways to repair and replace damaged bone [3, 4]. Poly (sorbital sebacate adipate) (PSSA) is fully biodegradable, thermoplastic aliphatic polyester with biocompatibility and ecological safety. However, it has quite a few drawbacks, such as high elongations and very low thermal stability that prevent its larger commercial applications. The mechanical and thermal instability of PSSA elastomer prevents it from substituting the biodegradable nanomaterials in commercial products [3]....   [tags: nanotechnology, tissue, organic] 637 words
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Xenograft Bone Transplantation Method - Introduction The term ‘bone’ refers to a group of materials which plays a significant role in the human body (Bauer, Thomas W. MD, PhD and Muschler 2000). They provide the physical support which forms the exoskeleton of the vertebrates. Though they function to move, support and protect the delicate parts of the body they also function as the reservoirs of ions and lipids and they also serve to yield the blood cells in the marrow cavities (Lutton, Read and Trau 2001) Bone structure Bones are composite materials with highly complex structure made up of fibrous proteins, type 1 collagen which is surrounded and made harder by the presence of calcium phosphates (hydroxyapatite, Hap(Ca10(PO4)6...   [tags: Medical Science]
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Vitamin D: The Bone Vitamin - Vitamin D Introduction For many years, vitamin D has been referred to as the “bone vitamin” (Brody, 2013). This is particularly because of the role of this vital nutrient to the development of bones. A number of vitamin D researches conducted in the last 10 years indicate that almost every type of cell and tissue in the body contains a considerable number of receptors for vitamin D (Wu-Wong, 2012). Considering these discoveries, the body requires high levels of this nutrient for its normal functions to be optimal....   [tags: public health issues]
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New Tissue Engineered Bone - 1.1 Regenerative Medicine 1.1.1 Tissue Engineering Tissue engineering uses natural biology principles and engineering to develop materials that can be used to restore, maintain, improve or enhance natural regeneration of tissue function. Tissue engineering is a potential solution to help increase the length of life, alleviate the current shortage of donor tissue. On average, 2.2 million annual bone grafting procedures are carried out globally, with most using biological autograph tissue (Malak and Anderson, 2008)....   [tags: tissue engineering, regeneration, biology]
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Bone Cancer - Bone cancer is a type of cancer in the bones where the cause is not yet known. Researchers are trying to find new and improved ways of treating this type of cancer. Some background information is stated so new research and new treatments could be understood better. Bone cancer can be either diagnosed as primary or secondary bone cancer. Primary bone cancer is when the bone cancer starts in the bone. Secondary bone cancer is diagnosed when the cancer starts elsewhere and spreads to the bone. For example, when someone has breast, prostate, or lung cancer and end up getting bone cancer because the cancer spreads to the bone is described as secondary bone cancer....   [tags: signs, symptoms, chemoteraphy]
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Cancerous Bone Tumors - Introduction: Cancer is defined as the uncontrollable growth of abnormal cells in the body. The Mayo Clinic in Minnesota defines bone cancer as an “uncommon cancer that begins in a bone. Bone cancer can begin in any bone in the body, but it most commonly affects the long bones that make up the arms and legs.” Bone tumors can be either classified as benign or malignant. Benign tumors “exhibit slow growth, are non-metastasis and non-invasive, highly differentiated, and show a low amount of mitosis....   [tags: uncontrollable growth of abnormal cells] 2513 words
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Bone Marrow Transplant - There is someone out there in need of a bone marrow transplant waiting for a donor that matches their DNA, and it could be you. You see ads displaying the words become a blood donor and save lives however, becoming a bone marrow donor has been over shadowed, many people are unaware of how crucial it is to become a bone marrow donor and the key role it plays for the person in need of a bone marrow transplant to live. With becoming a bone marrow donor, you have the power to impact the lives of others in a positive way....   [tags: organ donations]
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Uses for and Types of Bone Density Scan - ... (Driver & Shiel, 2013). The scanner has a very low x-ray dose. The amount of x-ray that passes through the bone is measured at each of these levels. The computer eliminates the soft tissue and the bone mineral density is measured based on the difference between the two beams. DXA scan usually measures bone loss (osteoporosis), and also Bone Mineral Density (BMD). According to Dasher et. al. (2010), DXA is not only used for diagnosis of osteoporosis, but it is also used to help assess fracture risk to help select patients for pharmacology therapy, and to help monitor therapy or disease progression....   [tags: osteoporosis, dxa, fracture] 892 words
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Bone Marrow Transplantation - Background Info. Bone marrow transplantation restores stem cells that were destroyed by high doses of chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy. After being treated with high-dose anticancer drugs and/or radiation, the patient receives the harvested stem cells, which travel to the bone marrow and begin to produce new blood cells. Bone marrow is the soft, sponge-like material found inside bones. It contains immature cells known as hematopoietic or blood-forming stem cells. Bone marrow is the spongy tissue inside some of your bones, such as your hip and thigh bones....   [tags: chemoteraphy, immune system] 1045 words
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Bone Marrow Biopsy - What is a bone marrow biopsy. Bone marrow is soft spongy tissue found in the hollow interior of your bones. Bone marrow contains stem cells which produces different forms of blood cells: • White blood cells which create antibodies to fight infection • Red blood cells which carry oxygen around the body • Platelets which forms clots to help stop bleeding from an injury The biopsy involves a sample of tissue taken from inside a bone (usually hip bone) and is thoroughly examined in a laboratory under a microscope in order to detect any abnormal cells....   [tags: stem cell analysis, blood cell diseases]
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Bone Density Scan - Bone Density Scan Introduction Bone density generally refers to the strength of a bone and its ability to bear weight. Doing a bone density scan therefore measures a bone’s strength, its ability to bear weight, and its risk of fracture. The most common and accurate way to measure bone density is to use a Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) scan. (Medlineplus, 2014). Before the use of DEXA was introduced, osteoporosis could be determined only when a patient broke a bone, and by then, the bone may have become very weak....   [tags: x-ray, fluorscopy, dxa scan]
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Rare But Incredibly Painful, Bone Cancer - Bone cancer is a very rare aggressive cancer that makes a considerable amount of pain in the bones of the patients. Bone cancer is a disease that occurs on or inside a bone. In most cases, bone cancer involves a tumor filled with abnormal cells that will usually appear on the exterior of the bone. Similar to other types of cancer, bone cancer causes much pain and can be life-threatening. My mother was diagnosed with primary bone cancer last year and it has been a very long, hard process for her and the whole family....   [tags: symptoms, tumor, radiation]
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Bone Marrow Transplants - In the last 40 years, the emergence of bone marrow transplants as a therapeutic modality for fatal disease and as a curative option for individuals born with inherited disorders that carry limited life expectancy and poor quality of life (G). Over 4,500 hematopoietic stem cell [bone marrow] transplants performed on patients in the United States annually (H). Bone marrow transplants originally developed to allow the use of very high doses of cytotoxic drug treatments for malignancies, such as leukemia (B)....   [tags: Medical Research]
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Bone Diseases: Osteoporosis - ... There are also other non-dairy products that are a high source of protein like: soy beans, almonds, tofu, nondairy milks, tuna, chicken, turkey, pork tenderloin, salmon and eggs.” (3). Excessive fiber intake can restrict calcium absorption, but since the American diet does not eat much fiber, only vegans would be in jeopardy since they account for about 50g of fiber. (3) A food to avoid would be excessive caffeine because it robs calcium from bones decreasing its power to absorb. “You lose about 6 milligrams of calcium for every 100 milligrams of caffeine ingested.” (4) Giving up caffeine may be difficult for most regular consumers, but if they are unable to cut caffeine out of their di...   [tags: thinning of bones, injuries in older adults]
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Paget's Bone Disease - Abstract- In order to study the gene mutation that is supposed to cause Paget’s Bone Disease researchers had to have viable candidates to host the gene mutation. They found the best candidate to host the gene mutation in mice so they implanted the gene mutation in embryos of mice offspring. The researchers hypothesized that p62P394L is sufficient to induce PDB, especially since the p62 gene is responsible for encoding 62 kDa protein which functions in signaling osteoclast precursors. Results were found by fixing the first through fifth lumbar vertebra of four, eight, and twelve month old homozygote, heterozygote and WT littermates in 10% buffered formalin for 24- 48 hours....   [tags: Disease]
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Osteoporosis is the Weak and Brittle Bone Disease - ... Although the disease has not been completely eradicated, there have been breakthroughs that can improve patient health and lifestyle. As mentioned, estrogen deficiency is a key player in osteoporosis (refer to Figure 1) which urges the need to understand it’s physiological relationship and effect on bone mass. Estrogen seems to have a connection with osteoclast activity. More specifically, as Jilka states, “estrogen loss results in an interleukin-6-mediated stimulation of osteoclastogenesis, which suggests a mechanism for the increased bone resorption in postmenopausal osteoporosis”....   [tags: menopause, spine, calcium]
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Fish Bone Analysis - IIn order to develop the design of experiments we first developed fish bone diagram and based on that we developed a matrix of possible experiments using Taguchi design explained elsewhere [11]. The fish bone analysis turned out to be as follows:- Following aspects have already been covered in research work done by earlier scientists:- It had already been investigated activity followed the order; Co2(CO)8 > Co(NO3)2> Co(CH3COO)2 while chain growth probability followed the sequence Co(NO3)2 > Co2( CO)8 > Co(CH3COO)2 [6]....   [tags: Experiment Analysis] 884 words
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Themes of Loss in "The Shawl" and "Bone Black" - The loss of a family member is always hard to deal with and it affects everyone differently. Some people are open about their feelings and others bottle them up. In terms of relationships within a family, usually the closest is between the parent and child. When this relationship is cut short or is nonexistent because of a loss it can be especially devastating. The loss of a family member does not always refer to an actual physical loss, but can also refer to an emotional distance put between two people....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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The Bone Collector - Author: Deaver, Allen Title: The Bone Collector, New York, New American Library, 1997. Scene: This story takes place in New York City, New York in the mid 90's. While the UN conference is in town, a series of kidnappings has erupted and it's up to a team of forensic scientists to follow the clues and find the killer. Theme: People who never give up what they started will always accomplish his/her goal. Key Persons: Lincoln Rhyme, once a famous NYPD "criminalist" who is now a quadriplegic is brought back to work; Amelia Sachs, daughter of a beat cop who is first officer of the first kidnapping making her involved in the whole investigation; Lon Selitto, Lincoln's former partner; Jerry Bank...   [tags: Allen Deaver] 1238 words
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Barbara Gowdy’s White Bone - Barbara Gowdy’s White Bone is a novel that is written about the perspective of a herd of elephants living in Africa. The main characters are Mud, Tall-Time, Date Bed, and Torrent. All of which develop immensely over the course of the beginning to the end of the first half of the book. The story revolves around their separate and combined journeys towards finding the white bone, a mythical bone which will lead any elephant to where they want to go in life. The story also is powered by the idea that elephants do not forget anything that happens to them in their lives, they remember everything and that if an elephant is not killed prematurely, and then in old age it will go insane and senile wi...   [tags: Literature Review] 780 words
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A Very Rare and Agressive Disease: Bone Cancer - Bone cancer is a very rare aggressive cancer that makes a considerable amount of pain in the bones of the patients. Bone cancer is a disease that occurs on or inside a bone. In most cases, bone cancer involves a tumor filled with abnormal cells that will usually appear on the exterior of the bone. Similar to other types of cancer, bone cancer causes much pain and can be life-threatening. My mother was diagnosed with primary bone cancer last year and it has been a very long, hard process for her and the whole family....   [tags: life-threatening, painful sickness]
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The Thin Line Between Bone China and Porcelain - The term 'china' is widely used to describe any kind of ceramic ware while talking about dinnerware. Also, we often hear the expressions bone china and porcelain being mistakenly used interchangeably although there is significant difference between porcelain and bone china. We need to know the differences to make informed and wise decisions while selecting our dinnerware. History of china and its transition in today's world Since the dawn of civilization, ceramic ware has been made in the Orient using a combination of clays – kaolin, feldspar and quartz....   [tags: ceramic, dinnerware, firing] 550 words
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Bone Dreams by Seamus Heaney - Bone Dreams by Seamus Heaney – An Analysis Bone Dreams is an obscure and difficult poem to understand. In all my searching on the internet, I found very little to help me in my analysis of this poem and so the ideas are basically my own. I might be wide of the mark, but for anybody struggling to understand this poem, it might at least give you some ideas of your own. I make no apology for asking questions or for sounding vague or even muddled in places. I hope that this essay is of help to somebody, somewhere....   [tags: English Literature] 1967 words
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Chondroblastoma Tumors: A Rare Bone Tumor Disease - Chondroblastoma Tumors Intro: Daniel was an aspiring college athlete. Since a young age all he wanted to do was be a professional basketball player. During practice one day he took a fall and injured his knee. Thinking nothing of it, he went home and did the usual regime. Plenty of ice, elevation, and over the counter pain meds did nothing for the pain. After several days, Daniel decided to see his physician and get his knee checked out so he could be in condition for his tryouts at the end of the month....   [tags: non-cancerous tumors at the end of long bones]
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B and T Cells in Bone Marrow and Thymus - B and T cells begin their development in the bone marrow and share the following stages in their very initial development. Pleuripotent hematopoeitc stem cells (HSC) of the bone marrow either self renew or express CD117, which binds to stem cell factor on the surface of bone marrow stroma signalling the differenetiation of HSC to Multipotent progenitor1. The next step, again shared, is the expression of RAG1/RAG2 which is necessary for T and B cell receptor development and commits the cell becoming to an early lymphoid progenitor (ELP)1....   [tags: Lymphoid, Organs] 847 words
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Fanconi Anemia (FA): Bone Marrow Failure - ... Due to the red bone marrow not reproducing the childrens blood could not successfully combat infection. As a result of the anemia their platelet counts were low and the often suffered from spontaneous bleeding. Fanconi anemia is said to be caused by mutations in any of at least 14 genes. These mutations make it hard for blood stem cells (and other cells in the body) to detect and repair damage to their DNA, causing the bone marrow to fail. Also the mutations can cause bone marrow to make many faulty blood cells which in turn can lead to even more serious health problems, such as leukemia....   [tags: genetic, deect, patients, cancer] 788 words
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Bone Black by Bell Hooks - Bone Black In the book Bone Black, Bell Hooks gives a vivid look into her childhood. She starts off by talking about a quilt that her mother gave her from her mother. She thinks that this is special because her mother gave it to her and not one of her other sisters. Then she goes into describing how the children in her family never knew that they were poor until they grew up. They liked the dolls that they played with and the food that they ate. They never wondered why they didn’t have the things that their white neighbors did have....   [tags: Race Childhood Children African American] 921 words
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Osteogenesis Imperfecta a.k.a. Brittle Bone Disease -   Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), also known as Brittle Bone Disease, is a heritable genetic disorder that affects the connective tissue and causes bones to break easily, normally without any discernible cause. Its name, “osteogenesis imperfecta,” literally means imperfect bone formation. There are eight forms of the disease that have been identified thus far, labeled Type I through Type VIII. Each form describes how severely the person with the disease is affected. For instance, Type I is the mildest form of the disease, while Types II, III, VII, and VIII are the most severe....   [tags: genetic, sclera, inherit]
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The Bone People- Relationships - The Bone People- Relationships Relationships surround us all though out lift. Everyone needs some type of relationship, whether it's a friendship, family, or lover. People can't last without them, no matter how different the relationships are. In the novel The Bone People, it's based on the relationships between the three main characters; Kerewin, Joe and Simon. The relationship between Kerewin and Joe was very odd. They have a type of relationship that they aren't even sure about, they like each other, but don't realize it....   [tags: Essays Papers] 1039 words
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Osteosarcoma: A Malignant Tumor of Mesodermal Connective Tissue - Pathology Osteosarcoma is a malignant tumour of mesodermal connective tissue generally originating from bone and rarely in soft tissue (Dahlin, 1975). It is defined by the presence proliferating malignant mesenchymal cells that produce osteoid and/or immature bones (Gaeta, 1988). Osteosarcoma is most frequently found in the medullary cavity of the metaphysis of a growing long tubular bone. However, it can also appear on the surface of a bone (Gurfunkle, 2007). Most osteosarcoma’s develop in the appendicular skeleton with only 10% developing in axial skeleton....   [tags: bone diseases]
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Postmenopausal Type 1 and Age Related Type 2 Osteoporosis - Background/introduction: (507 words) Osteoporosis is a disease that is the thinning of bones and causes bones to become brittle and breaks, eventually leading to injury in older adults. Osteoporosis falls into two categories, type 1 postmenopausal and type 2, age related. Bone is a tissue comprised of calcium and collagen which provides our body with the resilient framework to carry on day to day activities. “More than 99% of the body’s calcium is contained in the bones and teeth, the remaining 1 percent is found in the blood.” (“Osteoporosis Overview.” 2012)....   [tags: bone disease]
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Stem Cell Therapy Opens New Hope for Modern Treatment - In order to discover the ways for the remedy of diseases, studies in therapeutic approaches have been doing widely and kept increasing at accelerated pace. A lot of research areas had emerged for that purpose including one of the most fascinating and highly active areas at present, stem cells therapies. Due to self-renewal property and differentiation capability of stem cell, it becomes a new hope in modern treatment. The first successful case of stem cell therapy in human was reported in 1959. Bone marrow restorations were observed in leukemia patients who received total body irradiation subsequent by intravenous injection of their twins’ bone marrow (Thomas et al, 1957)....   [tags: bone marrow, transplant, patients] 872 words
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