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re·lief

(rē-lēf'),
1. Removal of pain or distress, physical or mental.
See also: relief area, relief chamber.
2. In dentistry, reduction or elimination of pressure from a specific area under a denture base.
See also: relief area, relief chamber.
[see relieve]

relief 

1. Quality of an object or of different parts of a surface to stick out from the background or general plane in which it is situated. The perception of relief is a special case of depth perception.
2. A feeling of gladness that something unpleasant or painful has not occurred or has ceased. See depth perception; stereopsis.

re·lief

(rĕ-lēf')
1. In dentistry, reduction or elimination of pressure from a specific area under a denture base.
2. Removal of pain or distress, physical or mental.

relief,

n 1. the mitigation or removal of pain or distress.
n 2. the reduction or elimination of pressure from a specific area under a denture base.
relief chamber,
relief, gingival,
n relief given to removable partial denture units at all gingival crossings to avoid impingement.
relief space,

Patient discussion about relief

Q. has anyone expierienced extreme bloating from diverticulitus and what can you do to get relief?

A. what do you mean in bloating? do you have constipation? i know that my father has diverticulitis, he had a surgery , very scary times.
but he is O.K. now, eat alot of fibers, drink alot of fluids and doing daily exercise (past 2 and a half years now). and he feels great. much much better.

Q. I am curious to know is there any other system of treatment for pain relief without meds. Here is Duke, 18 yrs. I have Fibromyalgia for the past 1yr. I hate to take meds. I am curious to know is there any other system of treatment for pain relief without meds. I guess I just need some advice on how I can feel better.

A. I got relief for Fibromyalgia without meds but with exercise and massages. Messages are really good!!! Exercise is also an important part. While it hurts to get started, it ends up helping... Try to find a doctor especially muscle specialist.

Q. Fibromyalgia- what are others way to get relief from the pain? I've had Fibromyalgia for 17 years now. I've been off and on Medicine for it. I was just wondering if anyone who has it , had any other methods of pain relief besides medication. Thanks!

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However, he admired Burne-Jones's design for being 'divided into the space so ingeniously and with such a feeling for the right Relievo laws, that I have no doubt of a good result .
27, 35), A "first draft" of this passage is cited from his unpublished field narrative by one of Stein's biographers: "The first day took me up to the foot of the Mora Pass where diggings done for Deane in 1897 brought to light a mass of fine Buddhist relievos brought to safety in the Calcutta Museum.
It goes on to detail the handsome gilt mouldings and relievos of the proscenium arch, the remodelling of the boxes, the 'Elliptic Arches springing from each Column', the stucco garlands, putti and other baroque ornaments embellishing both the 'Grand' and second tiers and even the gallery facade, the historical motif of the new act drop, and it culminates more practically by pointing to the 'Extra Doors [.
50) In his Descriptive Catalogue of 1809 (in which Blake makes one of his two allusions to Laocoon, the other being in On Homers Poetry), Blake speaks of having been taken in vision to see the "stupendous originals" that lie behind later art: "Those wonderful originals seen in my visions, were some of them one hundred feet in height; some were painted as pictures, and some carved as basso relievos, and some as groupes of statues, all containing mythological and recondite meaning, where more is meant than meets the eye" (E 531).