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occurring or existing with

one that accompanies another

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an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in connection with another

following or accompanying as a consequence

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Presentation Details: Title: Dextromethorphan/Quinidine for Treatment of Pseudobulbar Affect in Patients with Dementia: Treatment Effects by Concomitant Antidepressant Use in a 12-week Open-Label Trial (PRISM II) Presentation Number: 04-09-06 Time: Wednesday, July 22, 4:15 p.
The results for the whole trial population at 2 years of follow-up, previously reported, showed that concomitant repair did not adversely affect continence outcomes (N.
Table 2 shows the multivariable logistic regression analyses predicting the rate of multiple concomitant metastatic sites according to patients aged [less than or equal to]63 and >63 years within the entire population and in site-specific metastases.
For abatacept, as with certolizumab, there is data on the efficacy of this agent as monotherapy and with concomitant MTX, but no data directly comparing the two approaches.
3]) and the disease-free survival of 92% at 52 months of follow-up demonstrated that a desirable outcome in the therapy of ARL is not dependent on concomitant HAART administration during chemotherapy.
Slater (author of Prozac Diary, 1998) accomplishes much in this memoir of her struggles with epilepsy and concomitant personality issues in her childhood and youth: she provides readers with insight on this myth-laden physical disorder and its psychological components; she reveals subtle truths about how people choose somatic as well as intellectual methods for "telling" the stories of their own lives; and she calls into serious question how lying, when used as metaphor, can be a method of communicating the truth.
Concomitant Therapy: If Agenerase and ritonavir are used in combination, the recommended dosage regimens are: Agenerase 1200 mg with ritonavir 200 mg once daily or Agenerase 600 mg with ritonavir 100 mg twice daily.
The emergence of larger acting companies in the 1580s, with the concomitant increase in the complexity and richness of dramatic texts, must have been an influence as well (89).
In a book bristling with sharp anecdotes, Achebe urges us to see stories as a concomitant of history, a facility susceptible to purposes ill and salutary.
53 nineteen years ago, the film industry has changed significantly: new media, such as video, cable, laser discs and pay-per-view television, have contributed to its revenues and required concomitant changes in accounting rules.
Although I was wrong on that front (is there a concomitant in print for the wry little smiley--the smiley face we all now use in E-mails?
Hamilton offers a hopeful warning--to scientists, resource managers, and everyone who values the natural environment--that "science, technology, and inclusive economics can be useful means of reducing the rate of environmental degradation and concomitant loss of biodiversity.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) concomitant with SCI can complicate and compromise rehabilitation efforts due in part to the deficits associated with brain injury.
Renal impairment, including cases of acute renal failure and Fanconi syndrome (renal tubular injury with severe hypophosphatemia), has been reported in association with the use of tenofovir disoproxil fumarate, most often in patients with underlying systemic or renal disease, or in patients taking concomitant nephrotoxic agents.
pylori eradication by concomitant therapy with four proton pump inhibitors lansoprazole, omeprazole, rabeprazole sodium and esomeprazole magnesium hydrate.