The dominant extremity was the left extremity in one patient in the overt
hypothyroidism group and in one participant in the healthy control group, and the dominant extremity was the right extremity in the remaining participants in the three groups.
Overall, the incidence of overt
stroke in the pre-TCD group was significantly higher compared to the post-TCD group-an incidence of 0.
Rowan and her associates compared oral metformin with insulin therapy in 733 women who had overt
gestational diabetes and were followed at 10 New Zealand and Australian obstetric hospitals.
In this report, it was stressed that assays used in the diagnosis of overt
DIC should be readily available laboratory tests.
However, Lucy's racist rant is incontestably overt
and she should be reprimanded.
Reaching its peak in normative samples between the ages of 2 and 4, overt
aggression exhibited at more stable and/or intense levels into the preschool period may launch children into a cycle of continued peer rejection and related adjustment concerns (Coie & Dodge, 1998; Ladd & Burgess, 1999; Nangle, Erdley, Carpenter, & Newman, 2002).
One area where there has been limited discussion is in the use of sexually overt
approaches to secure romantic or sexual partners.
and covert packaging techniques are becoming more sophisticated in order to keep one or more steps ahead of the criminal.
Vector control may have worsened the dengue situation in Singapore because overt
dengue attack rates in the 1990s and early 2000s were severalfold higher than those in the 1960s.
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The biggest difference between them, though, is that mezcal's agave is roasted over wood fires prior to fermentation, rather than steamed, which imbues it with an overt
At this stage, the scheme displays overt
references to the popular all encompassing wrap-over-roof motif, which in these images seems at odds with the scale, grain and vernacular of the site.
He has come back deeply impressed by the spiritual atmosphere of the place and by the overt
faith and piety expressed by the visitors, particularly at the Masses and other liturgies in St.
The work, with its overt
emotionalism and unabashed yearnings, is not exactly typical Salonen territory.
There is more adherence to the church [among parents] than-is reflected in church-going and overt
commitment," said the Church of England's chief education officer, Rev.