Dolor de garganta muscular

In alternative embodiments, engagement between the straight annular cylindrical housing 165 and the rigid ring 195 may be achieved by one or more movable passive stop members, or by one or more active stop members, or some combination thereof. In alternative embodiments, the engagement between the conical housing 205 and the rigid ring 195 may be achieved by one or more movable passive stop members, or by one or more active stop members, or some combination thereof. 2B. The positive stop member 158 may be rotatably anchored to the curved rigid retaining member 105 at an attachment point, but its rotation is limited by the retaining stop 111 and the stop member end point 131. Thus, the positive stop member 158 is only movable within a predetermined angular range 160 between the range limits 156. In this way, the illustrated resilient plate member 115 is attached to the active stop member 158 via the stop groove 135 and is limited to movement within a predetermined angular range 160. However, the passive stop member 155 differs from the passive stop member 155 of fig.

Dolor Muscular Sin Fiebre

Neurocirugía archivos - Rincón Médico 3A, the curved rigid retention member 105 may have a convex retention edge 110 with a radius of curvature 150. The resilient plate member 115 may have a concave (relative to the material) attachment edge 120 having a radius of curvature 145. The attachment edge radius of curvature 145 may be less than the retention edge radius of curvature 150, i.e., the curvature of the attachment edge radius of curvature 145 is greater than the curvature of the curved retention edge 110. In this way, a relief structure may be formed when joining the attachment edge to the retaining edge.

Fig. 3D shows a schematic plan view of an exemplary concave curved rigid retention member and an elastic plate member with concave attachment edges of the present invention, where the two may be combined to form an undulating structure. Fig. 1C shows a cross-sectional view a-a of an exemplary relief structure of the invention.

In another embodiment, the one or more passive stop members may be an actuating or active stop member and may force the resilient plate member to oscillate. This rotation may transmit a torsional force to the resilient plate member, causing the transverse deformations to extend along their length in a coordinated undulating fashion. The patent describes a mechanism for receiving and transmitting force by means of a transducer having one or more constant deformations at variable positions. FIG. 2C shows a cross-sectional view C-C of the active stop member of the present invention. Dolor columna vertebral lumbar . Fig. 1C shows a cross-sectional view 102 of the relief structure of fig. The conical housing 205 may, for example, be made of a suitable elastic material and have a rounded upper edge 212 and a diameter smaller than the lower edge 210 of said conical housing 205. The lower edge 210 of the conical housing 205 may for example serve as an attachment edge.

Fig. 5A shows a schematic side view of an exemplary rigid ring and flexible conical shell, which may be combined to form the undulation structure of the present invention. Fig. 1A shows a schematic plan view of an exemplary curved rigid retaining member 105 and resilient plate member 115, where the two may be combined to form such a relief structure. The curved rigid retention member may be made of any suitably rigid and preferably machinable or moldable material, such as, but not limited to, metal alloy, rigid polymer, ceramic, or plastic, or some combination thereof. Such a stop groove can serve both as a retaining edge and as a stop member. Dolor muscular al tragar . The straight annular cylindrical housing 165 may, for example, be made of a suitable resilient material and has a lower edge 166 which may serve as an attachment edge. The stop member may also be, for example, a side of a stop groove (which may also serve as a retaining edge).

Related such devices are described, for example, in us patent 8610304 issued to fillado at 12.17.2013 entitled “mechanism for creating heave motion, e.g., propelling and utilizing energy from a moving fluid,” the entire contents of which are incorporated herein by reference. Such an active stop member may be driven by an electric stepper motor, for example, and may facilitate migration of the conversion deformations in the coordinated undulations. Such snap-fitting forming the transverse deformations may also or alternatively be induced in the elastic plate by twisting or rotating the elastic plate member after or as part of the attachment process.

The present invention relates to a method of creating a relief structure, and more particularly to a method of deforming or snapping sheet-like members into permanent transverse deformations with variable positions, which can be used as machines or pumps to promote useful energy conversion by means of repeated rolling movements of the swing flap type. Accordingly, the present invention successfully achieves the following and other non-recited, desirable, and useful benefits and objects. In alternative embodiments, engagement between the disc and the rigid ring 195 may be achieved by one or more passive stop members, or by one or more active stop members, or some combination thereof. The rigid ring 195 may be made of a suitably rigid material and the circular inner periphery of the ring may act as a curved retaining ring, which may for example be in the form of a stop groove 135 on the periphery oriented with its open portion facing inwards and in the plane of the ring.

Fig. 4A shows a schematic side view of an exemplary rigid ring and a resilient straight annular cylindrical housing, which may be combined to form the undulation structure of the present invention. Fig. 3B shows a schematic plan view of an exemplary concave curved rigid retention member and an elastic plate member with a straight attachment edge of the present invention, where the two may be combined to form an undulating structure. Fig. 3C shows a schematic plan view of another exemplary concave curved rigid retention member, when the resilient plate member has a convex attachment edge, and the two may combine to form an undulating structure. Fig. 1A shows a schematic plan view of an exemplary rigid retention member and elastic plate member of the present invention, wherein the rigid retention member and the elastic plate member may be combined to form a relief structure. Fig. 8B shows a schematic plan view of a relief structure of the invention, wherein the relief structure is formed by a rigid ring and a flexible cylindrical shell.

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  • Fiebre baja (solo en algunos casos)
  • Fondo de ojo
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Fig. 1D shows a schematic side view 103 of the relief structure of fig. Dolor de riñones o espalda . The active stop member 158 shown in fig. Fig. 1B shows a schematic plan view of a curved rigid retaining member 105 and a resilient plate member 115, which may be combined to form an exemplary relief structure 101. The attachment edge 120 of the resilient plate member is joined along its length to the curved retaining edge of the curved rigid retaining member 105. This may snap or deform the resilient plate member to form one or more transverse deformations. Fig. 8A shows a schematic side view of an exemplary rigid ring and a flexible race track-shaped cylindrical shell in cross-section, which may be combined to form the undulating structure of the present invention. Fig. 4B shows a schematic plan view of a relief structure of the invention, wherein the relief structure is formed by a rigid ring and a resilient straight annular cylindrical shell.

Dolor De Hombro

Fig. 6B shows a schematic plan view of a relief structure of the invention, wherein the relief structure is formed by a rigid ring and a flexible disk. A wide, but not exhaustive, variety of exemplary shapes for both the curved rigid retaining member and the resilient plate member will be described in more detail below, and in addition, the stop members and actuators with which they may be used to form and manipulate the undulating structure will also be described. While various embodiments are known in the art, they do not address all of the problems addressed by the invention described herein. 45 degrees of the mean position 162 of the resilient plate member.

Dolor Sordo Profundo Y Continuo

The cylindrical shell 235, which is racetrack shaped in cross-section, may be made of a suitable resilient material, for example, and has an upper edge 242 that is a cylindrical shell that may conform to a lower edge 240 of the cylindrical shell. The magnitude of the lateral deformation 125 may, for example, be proportional to the difference between the curvatures of the retaining edge and the attachment edge, where a larger difference may result in a larger magnitude of deformation. The engagement between the attachment edge and the retention edge may snap the elastic panel and form one or more lateral deformations, thereby forming an undulating structure. The straight elliptic cylinder 215 may for example be made of a suitable elastic material and has an elliptic upper edge 222, which may coincide with a lower edge 220 of the straight elliptic cylinder.