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How is modern technology used to treat various eye diseases?

How is modern technology used to treat various eye diseases? Word Count: 3500 Supervisor: Ms Anne-Marie Kelly Victoria Shanghai Academy [image: https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/tIkF0BReLY9AkvJpyuy8431A-XXDrcTSy6g2-P6-ryoJDBtB-72-ZAF-k_4myCLxaO8Dcpa8w6v2MAEhc5Ppy5nBiJ4iREOKcou9BCrs94MA62JehRAeMKWog8jbWjZoguUi4XDB] Lai Suet Yi Allis ps20221013 Table of Contents A: Investigating 1 B: Planning 3 C: Taking Action 5 D: Reflecting 7 Appendix – Extracts 9 1. Extract 1 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….…….. 9 2. Extract 2 ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 10 3. Extract 3…

Diseases which you can be prone to in a mice infested home

While the sound of little feet can be an appreciated sound in numerous a family unit, one can make the contention that the satisfaction scale is straightforwardly connected with the sort of feet appended to that sound. The problems of rodents is around every place in the world. As it is not specific to any one particular region. Some common…

Asthmatic diseases

I consider that doctoral study is a very important breakthrough involved in the journey towards education. One of the covet approaches to be exposed is a solid platform which can prove the knowledge and skills that I have personally cultivated. Both my schooling as well as my college education has played a very critical role towards carving my path in…

Skeletal diseases

Osteoporosis Patient 1 A sixty-five years old women presents with a fractured rib after a minor accident. History includes the patient is inactive with a poor diet. Causes Our bones have a natural process called Turn over, it consists in generating itself, Osteoclast are cells in charge of breaking down or removing old bone tissue and Osteoblast cells of renewing…

Modeling seasonal variation of an seir on epidemic diseases

Modeling seasonal variation of an SEIR on epidemic diseases FREDEIC MUHAWENIMANA (frederic.muhawenimana@aims.ac.rw) African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) Rwanda Supervised by: Dr. Denis NDANGUZA University of Rwanda, Rwanda May 2019 Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of a Master of Science in Mathematical Sciences at AIMS Rwanda Abstract A short, abstracted description of your research project goes here. It…

Notifiable diseases

In the case of the identified organism (E coli 0157) the following process needs to be followed. The registered medical professional (RMP) is required to send written notification to the proper officer of the local authority in which the patient resides (usually the Consultant of Communicable Disease Control) to reach them no later than 3 days, if the RMP determines…

Oral infectious diseases

Oral infectious diseases Oral Infections: oral cavity is a reservoir for a variety of bacterial flora, in addition to bacteria it may contain fungal and viral microorganisms; most of the oral infections are of odontogenic origin, however, some are due to microbial infections and some are due to systemic diseases with oral manifestations. Infections categorization fungal viral Bacterial; candida Herpes…

Economics of diseases control

Artificial milk The production of milk by the dairy farming sector is an example of a production function where inputs (e.g. land, buildings, machinery, livestock, feed) through the physical transformation process results in milk (output). This relationship however is impaired by the incursion of diseases most commonly mastitis and lameness which often results in reduced milk yield (output loss). Disease…

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