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Each year, approximately 0.5 per cent of the 50 million people age 65 years or greater worldwide who have major, non-cardiac surgery will suffer an overt stroke, but until now little was known about the incidence or impacts of silent stroke after surgery, reported the study published in the journal, 'The Lancet.'
They involved overt acts tending, but failing, to accomplish the crime, he said.
The first overt feature presents a large, striking high definition image of a classic sailing ship that inverts from a daytime to nighttime impression.
Results: LDL-cholesterol, non-HDL-cholesterol and UACR results were as: [(Euthyroid: 2.66 +- 0.73), (SCH: 2.68 +- 0.51) and (Overt hypothyroidism: 3.23 +- 0.59), p-value=0.063], [(Euthyroid: 3.49 +- 0.64), (SCH: 3.35 +- 0.59) and (Overt hypothyroidism: 4.01 +- 0.30), p-value=0.033] and [{Euthyroid: 2.48 (95% CI: 1.63-3.33)}, {SCH: 2.27 (95% CI: 0.37-4.90)} and {Overt hypothyroidism: 14.95 (95% CI: 10.71-19.14){, (p-value< 0.001)] Results for total cholesterol, triglycerides and HDL-cholesterol though increased in overt hypothyroid group were not found to be statistically significant.
Frequency of macrocytic anemia in overt hypothyroid and subclinical hypothyroid patients was 10% and 11%, respectively (P = 0.75).
Otherwise, too many will participate in killer crowds, hide under the ambiguity of 'overt act' and continue this trend of grotesque crimes, confident in the knowledge that half of them, or more, will get away with it.
Overt or blatant discrimination refers to discrimination which is open and is not hidden in any given way (Pettigrew & Meertens, 1995).
The regression analysis results shown in Table 1 reveal that overt narcissism had a significantly positive influence on tourism products and presentation materials regarding the preference for visual information composition ([p.sub.travel] = 04/[p.sub.PowerPoint] = .06).
The study comprised two groups of subjects: Group I (cases) with 25 females diagnosed with overt hypothyroidism in the age group of 30-50 years and Group II (controls) with 25 age-matched, healthy female volunteers.
We have been visiting people ahead of events and we have used both overt and, in some cases, covert tactics.
of Cases Percentage Subclinical hypothyroidism 569 12.10% Overt hypothyroidism 311 6.62% Overt hyperthyroidism 8 0.17% Table 3.
(13) For those aware of the innate difficulty of cyber deterrence reactively keeping ahead of cyber attacks, this confession from General Alexander only makes it more compelling to allow discussion of a new overt mind-set in US cyber strategy that strives to prevent these deadly new weapons from being used.
This secondary analysis of survey data from a voluntary sample of 11,561 grade 3-8 students examines the prevalence and distribution of aggression, victimization, and approval of aggression, both overt (verbally and physically aggressive behavior intended to threaten or harm) and relational (behavior intended to harm someone's relationships with others).
"Our trial, in which the study population was at least 10 times as large as those in previous randomized studies and was not selected to represent high-risk patients, showed a significant reduction in clinically manifested gastrointestinal bleeding events, including overt bleeding, with a PPI as compared with placebo," they noted.
"Our trial, in which the study population was at least 10 rimes as large as those in previous randomized studies and was not selected to represent high-risk patients, showed a significant reduction in clinically manifested gastrointestinal bleeding events, including overt bleeding, with a PPI as compared with placebo," they noted.