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detailed record of the background of a person or group under study or treatment

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This new case history can be ordered directly from the Interplastic website at www.
17 /PRNewswire/ -- Teenagers convinced that being cool means having a tongue stud might want to read the case history on "Characterization of Metallic Piercings That Caused Adverse Reactions During Use," one of the more than 1,000 case histories available online in the new ASM Failure Analysis Center.
By going to the board's case history page, you can search by type of disciplinary outcome, keywords, standard violated and type of disciplinary matter.
The HMT editors appreciate that you sent us this succinct pitch five months in advance, and we especially appreciate your understanding of what HMT's physician office readers want in a case history.
The information gathered during an extensive analysis of the death scene, examination of the infant's medical history, and review of the family case history can greatly supplement the autopsy results and enable the medical professional to properly interpret postmortem findings.
The original works of art accompanying ``Still Listening'' were created by five artists who were each asked to interpret a specific case history.
This case history presents siloxane additives for molding polypropylene and thermoplastic olefins.
In one case history after another, Takaki cites the aggressive bigotry tolerated and codified into U.
He theorizes there could be a major gold find just north of the Lake Abitibizone, based on some promising indicators and the overall geological case history of the region.
By going beyond tired philosophical documents and consulting a wider variety of sources -- like the case history above -- to study the behavior of the parterre, Ravel contributes a unique perspective on the relevance of theatre to political culture in early modern France.
Clinical skills involved in the collection of data in this first stage of the assessment model would include consultation, personal interviews, case history review, and the ability to synthesize the preassessment information to choose from the following decision-making options.
The second portion of the kit is an actual case history of a start-up company including the facts behind the company's formation, development of the product line, site location, competition, pricing policies, production and marketing plans, financial analysis and projections and sales forecast data.
FAMILY WARS: CLASSIC CONFLICTS IN FAMILY BUSINESS ND HOW TO DEAL WITH THEM offers up case history examples from big business--Gallo, Koch Industries, Guinness--to illustrate family succession battles, power struggles, and the common issues that affect family business interactions.
We were operating on anecdotal evidence and case history.
If employment has to be terminated, a properly documented case history provides an easily defensible action in court," Trendline says.