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re·ver·si·ble

(rē-ver'si-bĕl),
Capable of reversal; said of diseases or chemical reactions.

reversible

[rivur′sibəl]
able to return to its original state or condition, as in a chemical reaction.

re·ver·si·ble

(rĕ-vĕr'si-bĕl)
Capable of reversal; said of diseases or chemical reactions.

reversible,

adj capable of going through a series of changes in either direction, forward or backward (e.g., reversible chemical reaction).
reversible hydrocolloid,

Patient discussion about reversible

Q. I have been struggling with an eating disorder. Can I reverse this? Hi everybody! Here is Tom of 25 yrs old male. I have been struggling with an eating disorder. Now I have low bone density into the osteoporosis level. My level is -2.6. I'm still young, is there hope for me? Can I reverse this? Are there any herbs or other supplements that may help me?

A. most people who has eating disorder wouldn't believe you if you'll say them they have a problem. anorexic girls believe they are fat even when they are all skin and bones. you passed that stage. that stage was the hard one. not that you are facing an easy journey, but the hardest part is behind you. here is a site that will be a big help for you:

http://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/p.asp?WebPage_ID=286&Profile_ID=41156

Q. I HAVE HEARD THERE IS A NEW DRUG THAT CAN NOT ONLY SLOW DOWN ALLZHEIMERS BUT REVERSE IT.WHERE CAN IT BE FOUND? ADVERTISMENTS HAVE SAID SOME DOCTORS ARE DOING TRIAL DOSES WITH THIS NEW TREATMENT AND MY MOMS DOCTOR COULDN'T FIND OUT WHERE TO GO AT OUR LAST VISIT.HELP US FIND AN AREA NEAREST TO CENTRAL AL AS POSSIBLE.

A. It's called dimebon, and it was indeed found to improve the condition of patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer disease. You may read more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dimebon and http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/news/fullstory_67571.html

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Lawlike reversibility and factlike irreversibility" are synthetically expressed as "the information-negentrophy equivalence" where the change rate is Boltzmann's very small factor.
That the psychoanalytic approach may contribute to existing interpretations of these works is suggested by the reversibility of martyr and hermit positions in Measure for Measure; the concept of creation ex nihilo drawn from the Lacanian martyrological trauma and rediscovered in Vasari's Lives; and the possibility, in The Winter's Tale, of an unsynthetic Renaissance fixed on the Mosaic prohibition of idolatry, all suggest that it might.
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