GFR was observed in most of study population (73%) and among children with subnormal
GFR, majority (47.
34-28642) for patients with a normal or subnormal
They also highlight that access to the public sewerage networks has been growing, but is still insufficient, especially in areas of subnormal
habitations, according to Emplasa (7,8) and the Cities Ministry (9).
We sought to extend characterization of adults with selective subnormal
I was labelled ESN - educationally subnormal
- by the nuns.
concentration of ATP predispose red blood cells to altered function and structure, a loss of normal deformability and increase in fragility and hemolysis with resultant hemoglobinaemia and hemoglobinuria (Khan and Akhtar, 2007).
During his recent address to a joint sitting of Parliament to outline the new government's plans and policies, President Pranab Mukherjee had said the administration was alert to the "possibility of a subnormal
monsoon" and was preparing contingency plans.
I was labelled as educationally subnormal
and relegated to a childhood without education, warmth or care.
In his letter, Jack cites Sir Keith Joseph, "too many women of low IQ having babies" and, Boris, referring to people of subnormal
intelligence as members "of our species", as if they were so many specimens in a petri dish.
SF is subnormal
both when intake is deficient and when body stores are depleted, and does not distinguish between the two.
0 pg/mL) and subnormal
suppression following low-dose overnight dexamethasone suppression (1 mg:5.
The net effect of this protracted period of subnormal
economic activity has been nothing short of an "immense human disaster," writes Paul Krugman, winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Economics.
The insulin resistance syndrome encompasses more than a subnormal
response to insulin-mediated glucose disposal.
The patient showed subnormal
intelligence in the Binet Kamat and Seguin Form tests.
sperm count is encountered frequently in male partner1.