Low t levels

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Maclaurin used Newton's theory to show that a smooth sphere covered by a sufficiently deep ocean under the tidal force of a single deforming body is a prolate spheroid (essentially a three-dimensional oval) with major axis directed toward the deforming body. Maclaurin was the first to write about the Earth's rotational effects on motion. Euler realized that the tidal force's horizontal component (more than the vertical) drives the tide. In 1744 Jean le Rond d'Alembert studied tidal equations for the atmosphere which did not include rotation.

My husband, about a year ago had to have the right kidney removed due to stage 3 kidney cancer. They now test him every month to see if cancer has returned. They perform a routine CT scan and chest x-ray every visit. Before the CT is done they check is creatinine level in his left kidney. Has always came back too high to give him the contrast needed for a accurate CT scan. He is heavy set and loves his meat and fish. Will drinking plenty of water work to aid in lowering those levels? or, is there any other advise you could give me? He has his 1 year check-up this Friday July 20th.

Low t levels

low t levels


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