MadSci Search Results for Sam Reyes

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1. Anatomy: Re: Any new information on eardrum fluttering, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Sun Apr 26 13:22:46 2009
2. Anatomy: Re: When we clean our nose everyday, does it produce more mucus?, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Tue Nov 14 20:12:36 2006
3. Neuroscience: Re: Does the human hearing range really extend up to 100 kHz?, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Mon Jul 28 21:34:44 2008
4. Immunology: Re: Why can't we cure AIDS and HIV by reducing body temperature?, Dr Mark Hall, M.D., CEO, Institute of Integrated Health Technologies Thu Dec 21 19:12:29 2000
5. General Biology: Re: What is the intensity window of human hearing?, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Sat Apr 25 19:37:18 2009
6. Neuroscience: Re: brain waves and patterns for criminal thoughts, Sam Reyes, Grad student, MD/PhD Audiology, SUNY Buffalo Tue Dec 26 02:07:37 2000
7. Anatomy: Re: What causes sudden, very short term hearing loss?, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Tue Apr 11 12:49:04 2006
8. Neuroscience: Re: How does background music effect learning?, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Mon Oct 6 07:28:20 2008
9. Anatomy: Re: (how)do we know does a sound come from front or rear?, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Mon Jul 3 08:47:46 2006
10. Botany: Do telomeres also functions as biological clock in plants?, Jose L. Reyes, grad (science) Thu Apr 18 20:36:31 2002
11. Biophysics: Re: Does the human body have a magnetic field, or does is operate only in an electrical field?, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Wed Mar 1 18:30:08 2006
12. Neuroscience: Re: What causes phantom limbs?, Sam Reyes, Grad student, MD/PhD Audiology, SUNY Buffalo Wed Dec 6 11:07:12 2000
13. Medicine: Re: Is there any scientific proof that hypoglaceamia causes damage to the brain, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Thu Dec 25 20:08:19 2008
14. Botany: Parthenocarpy, Seedless Pineapples and Tissue Culture?, Jose L. Reyes, grad (science) Mon May 6 03:49:29 2002
15. Neuroscience: Re: How do nerve cells regenerate?, Sam Reyes, Grad student, MD/PhD Audiology, SUNY Buffalo Tue Dec 26 02:24:13 2000
16. Medicine: Re: Is there a fast track course for medicine?, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Sun Oct 28 21:29:39 2007
17. Anatomy: Re: If a foreign object were to get in the nose or throat where will it go?, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Sun Oct 28 21:06:39 2007
18. Genetics: Nuclear DNA of pre-meiotic cells if use in cloning then?, Jose L. Reyes, grad (science) Tue Apr 30 00:47:42 2002
19. Medicine: Re: How to sterilize a Nasal Endoscope? , Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Mon Jul 28 20:37:42 2008
20. Neuroscience: Re: when wearing headphones we hear our internal sounds louder why?, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Sun Oct 22 18:02:54 2006
21. Anatomy: Re: what is the maximum tolerence of the ear drum, Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Tue Apr 11 13:03:48 2006
22. Zoology: Re: How do dogs hear a bigger range of frequencies than humans? , Sam Reyes, Otolaryngolgogy Resident Mon Dec 11 15:04:52 2006


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