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wetting

(wet'ing)
Involuntary release of urine; urinary incontinence. See: enuresis; nocturia

Patient discussion about wetting

Q. Can I catch pneumonia, if I go outside with wet hair? My Mother used to tell me when I was a kid that if I go outside with wet hair, I will catch pneumonia. Is this true?

A. Are you seiously, Ann? I mean, I'm sure y're wet hair make Pneumonia?...I sorry this is not true.

Q. why is it bad to walk outside with wet hair after you have taken a shower , when it's clod out side? what can happen to me if i will do it ?

A. I've done this several times. The few times, my mother told me not to, I caught a cold.

Q. My brother is a heavy alcoholic. He has very recently been diagnosed with wet brain. My brother is a heavy alcoholic. He has very recently been diagnosed with wet brain. I am wondering what this wet brain is all about?

A. It known as Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome also referred to as wet brain often is seen in later stage alcoholics. This condition shows up on an MRI as a smaller less functional brain. The symptoms such as short term memory loss, inability to learn new things, inability to concentrate or focus could apply to a lot of things. I have never known people actually diagnosed with this. This knowledge I gained through surfing the net.

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A hydrophobicity analysis indicated there was only one mutation at aa 13 (E [right arrow] Q) that would have affected the hydrophobicity of the M protein; however, the function of this mutation requires further investigation.
Ripen, "A combination of evolutionary trace method, molecular surface accessibility and hydrophobicity analysis to design a high hydrophobicity laccase," In Silico Biology, vol.
Hydrophobicity Analysis. Grand average of hydrophobicity score (Gravy score) was calculated to quantify the general average hydrophobicity for the translated gene product found in albumin superfamily.