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of writing or narration

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occurring or appearing at usually irregular intervals

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limited in duration to a single episode

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Based on the findings from phase 2a, the company has initiated a 6-month phase 2b clinical study (REVERSE-SD) designed to evaluate neflamapimod's activity in reversing synaptic dysfunction, as assessed by tests of episodic memory in patients with mild Alzheimer's disease.
The application seeking the approval for the migraine drug includes findings from the phase three HALO program held in more than 2,000 patients with episodic migraine (EM) and chronic migraine (CM).
The researchers used a standard statistical method to identify factors that raised chances of belonging to the episodic opioid use group or the chronic opioid use group.
To be sure, episodic content isn't for every brand.
The season finale also follows past releases from developer Telltale Games, which has relied on an episodic release schedule.
We have now seen positive results with AMG 334 from two Phase III studies in episodic migraine and the Phase II study in chronic migraine, involving almost 2,200 people with migraine.
The paper also reported that nVNS is well tolerated, produced no serious side effects, and that the percentage of episodic patients who experienced a successful response to the first attack treated within 15 minutes was triple that of those using the sham - 34.
This association raises the possibility that prior sexual abuse is a contributing factor in the transformation from episodic migraine--defined as fewer than 15 headache days per month--to the more serious and difficult-to-treat chronic migraine, which entails headaches on 15 or more days monthly, said Dr.
Collectively, the chronic migraine patients averaged 2,497 migraine attacks per month, while the episodic migraine patient group averaged 578 migraine attacks per month.
Specifically, the study by the UCLA and United Kingdom researchers examined neurons in the medial temporal lobe associated with episodic memory, the brain's ability to consciously recall experienced events and situations like running into an old school friend at the opera.
They completed a validated questionnaire that used diagnostic questions from the International Classification of Headache Disorders system to identify episodic migraine (less than 15 headache days/month) and chronic migraine (more than 15 headache days/month).
They fall into two classes: episodic migraines (less than 15 days per month) and chronic migraines (occurring on 15 or more days per month for at least 3 months).
The 66th annual event also saw Breaking Bad win in the Episodic Drama category for Confessions from the fifth season.
A total of 1,044 participants were obese and 188 of the participants had occasional, or episodic, migraine.
A key distinction is made between long-standing controls that cover a broad range of assets (walls) and episodic controls that tend to be imposed on a narrower set of assets (gates).