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DySIS generates a map of the patient s cervix, which is used adjunctively to assist in the detection of pre-cancerous lesions.
NEW YORK -- When art therapy is adjunctively combined with cognitive-processing therapy in combat veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder, there is a trend for improvement in the Beck Depression Inventory-II score and greater reported patient satisfaction with the therapy, according to interim results from the first known randomized trial to evaluate the addition of art therapy in this setting.
Bitler and Currie focus on a large national sample of mothers whose births were paid for by Medicaid (so that all of the mothers were adjunctively eligible for WIC).
Animal study performed to test the concept of bacterial replacement therapy in the treatment of plaque related periodontal disease, this study assessed quantitative changes in the subgingival microbiota after root planing when beneficial bacteria were applied adjunctively.
The lemon balm extract used in this study has demonstrated a potential role in the treatment and/or prevention of metabolic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and dyslipidaemia, but further studies in humans are required to better understand dosing, safety and potential roles in using adjunctively with existing diabetic treatments.
It was approved by the FDA in 2011 for screening women aged 21 years and older with abnormal cervical cytology results and for use adjunctively with normal cervical cytology in women aged 30 years and older to assess the presence or absence of high-risk HPV genotypes.
Where the conferences parallel each other is the focus on alternative and complementary therapies and how these might be integrated into or used in adjunctively with standard medical therapies.
Surgical removal (craniotomy) of the tumor is usually performed as standard treatment for glioma and in the majority of cases radiation and/or chemotherapy is administered adjunctively post-surgery.
Potentially even more important for a greater number of patients, in a subset of patients from the CHX chip clinical trials, some patients treated with SRP alone lost bone over 9 months as measured by subtraction radiography, but no patient treated adjunctively showed any radiographic evidence of bone loss.
GnRHa has been used adjunctively to progestins as a second- line therapy with successful fertility preserving treatment.
The use of hypnosis applied adjunctively as an anaesthetic to other modalities of treatment is well illustrated (DiBona, 1979; Morse & Wilcko, 1979; Carnow, 1991) and has proven its effectiveness with post-operative pain control (Wolf & Millet, 1960).
It is advised that screening methods are used adjunctively for the purpose of screening individuals.
Cervista HPV 16/18 test results should be interpreted alongside, or as a follow-up to, a Cervista HPV HR test result, adjunctively with cytology.
Although FAP has been studied and used adjunctively with other therapeutic approaches (see for example, Kanter, Kohlenberg & Tsai, 2010) in North America, in the Ibero-America review conducted, we did not find FAP being used with therapeutic approaches other than ACT (Acceptance and Commitment therapy).
People enrolled in other programs such as Medicaid, SNAP, or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families are adjunctively income eligible to receive WIC benefits.