coexistent


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Synonyms for coexistent

belonging to the same period of time as another

Synonyms for coexistent

existing at the same time

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Covered stent to treat coexistent coarctation and aneurysm of the aorta in a young man.
Therefore, MSCT could provide more information than CAG for the diagnosis of coexistent abnormalities.
We report a case with primary MA of GB as an unexpected histopathological finding and coexistent cholelithiasis in an elective cholecystectomy material.
(7) There have, however, been reports of true invasive melanoma outside of the confines of the coexistent basal cell carcinoma.
A lot of authors state that manual reduction should always be the first treatment for a normal testicle with no coexistent injuries, but only 15% of the cases have a successful result.
Our study evaluated the impact of iStent combined with phacoemulsification in coexistent open-angle glaucoma and cataract on flow density measured using OCTA.
So the general fragility and often coexistent diseases of older patients imply perhaps greater susceptibility to side effects and needed reduction of BTX-A dosage.
None of these cases presented with coexistent aplastic anemia, as in our case.
Fifty one percent of beta thalassemia trait patients had coexistent iron deficiency.
One should emphasize the association of FMF as a monogenic autoinfammatory disease, and coexistent H.
Hydatidiform mole coexistent with twin live fetus: a national collaborative study in Japan.