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existing at the same time

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Danni Zheng, Ph.D., from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, and colleagues conducted a secondary analysis of the Sleep Apnea Cardiovascular Endpoints (SAVE) trial, which randomly assigned 2,410 patients with coexisting moderate-to-severe OSA and cardiovascular disease to either CPAP treatment plus usual care or usual care alone.
In a clinical diagnostic setting, observation of unexpected coexisting mutations, such as KRAS and EGFR mutations in a lung cancer specimen, raises concern for laboratory errors.
This was the first case we reported a triplet pregnancy with 2 live foetuses and coexisting complete hydatidiform mole.
The most important properties of the memcapacitor-based circuit are that it possesses an infinite number of equilibrium points and coexisting attractors and displays the coexisting attractors and stability of the infinite many equilibria, called extreme multistability.
Throughout the embryonic development, 2 ureteral buds rarely develop separately from a single mesonephric duct, giving rise to a duplex kidney with ureteral duplication.[sup.2,5] Unilateral complete ureteral duplication with a single renal parenchyma drained by 2 pyelocaliceal systems is even more rare.[sup.2] Urinary stone formation is a possible comorbidity which can be observed in patients with duplex system.[sup.2,5] Few reports include patients with duplex systems and urinary stones with coexisting ureterocele and/or collecting system obstruction.[sup.2,3,5] To the best of our knowledge, this is the first case with unilateral complete ureteral duplication and ureteral stone without coexisting comorbidities including VUR, ureterocele and obstructive uropathy.
CHICAGO -- Nearly 10% of patients with Graves" disease and more than 14% with Hashimoto's thyroiditis had a coexisting autoimmune disease, in an unusually large British study.
Telecomms company Telefonica Peru is working with Nomadix Inc, a supplier of intelligent network devices and interconnect services, to deploy a web of 'coexisting' Internet hotspots and municipal meshes.
Another strength is the discussion of HIV in correctional facilities and the challenge of caring for this population, including their coexisting conditions and illicit drug use.
Furthermore, our physicians expressed a lack of confidence in their ability to diagnose and treat attention-deficit hyperactivity coexisting conditions," said Dr.
About a third of the CVD patients had coexisting diabetes, Curtiss B.
Of those, 12,038 women had an index diagnosis of osteoporosis, and 43% of them had a coexisting claim for cardiovascular disease within 1 year before or after the diagnosis.
Often, since the early '80s, Porter has fractured the image into bits and pieces that can be moved around easily but never successfully assembled into an integrated whole: a small canvas placed over a larger one reproducing sections of it, three-dimensional objects that repeat while moving outside the limits of the painting, a silk screen that replicates the painted motifs--all coexisting in a state of insecurity, on the brink of disintegration.
IPv6 is expected to gradually replace IPv4, with the two coexisting for a number of years during a transition process.
It's never clear whether her lack of juice is an intended feminist point--born two decades later, someone as driven as Rose might have been allowed to succeed in business (like Joan Crawford in Mommie Dearest?)--or a failure on the part of the show's creators to imagine motherhood coexisting with sexuality.
He believes in "evolution, not revolution." The repertoire of this major French company is eclectic, with Diaghilev-era classics and Balanchine "leotard" ballets happily coexisting with works by Twyla Tharp and William Forsythe.