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Cardiology Carvedilol or Metoprolol European Trial. A trial comparing carvedilol and immediate release metoprolol tartrate on clinical outcome in patients with moderate to severe heart failure
Conclusion Cardiovascular deaths occurred in 29% of carvedilol patients and in 35% of metoprolol patients
ENT Combined microscopic & endoscopic technique. An alternative to the technically demanding endoscopic sinus surgery for chronic sinus diseases, a technique which allows less experienced operators to manage these diseases with fewer complications
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Occasionally the orbits of comets travelling in the same plane as the planets may be perturbed by the gravitational effects of the major planets, mainly Jupiter, into elliptical orbits.
Washington, April 24 ( ANI ): Using the Hubble Space Telescope, scientists have captured images of a recently discovered, highly active comet that will skim 730,000 miles above the Sun's surface on Nov.
The recently discovered object, known as comet ISON, is due to fly within 1.
We have classified comets using Levison's comet taxonomy.
The first recorded comet observation in South Africa was made in 1652 December 17 by Jan van Riebeeck.
There, the grains could have been incorporated into fledgling comets.
Comet dust and the remains of exploded stars hurtled into Earth's atmosphere and landed safely in the Utah desert last month.
But it took them awhile to shake the Comets, even without Thompson.
Comets, huge balls of ice and dust, travel at speeds of up to 9,000 m (30,000 ft) per second--about 10 times faster than a speeding bullet
At this distance, the sun's heat and gravity easily break comets apart, and each member of the Kreutz family may be a fragment of what had once been a single large comet.
They know now that they lacked the mental toughness when they were swept by the eventual four-time champions last season in the Western Conference Finals after sweeping the Comets during the regular season.
Astronomers think comets occasionally get pulled from their orbital paths by the gravity of stars or some undiscovered planet.