A most paradoxical
mixture of sound and silence pervades the shady parts of the wood.
First, symbolic interaction constitutes paradoxical
We report an unusual case of a paradoxical
effect of adalimumab in the onset of hidradenitis suppurativa in a 40-year-old woman during the treatment of Crohn's disease.
Hurma, meaning sanctity in Arabic, serves as the female protagonist of this novel, indicating immediately the paradoxical
position of women in Yemen, where they are seen as sacred objects and as inferior beings.
Further, theorists propose that firms led by paradoxical
thinkers are more likely to manage these tensions and fuel innovative behavior.
For this reason, they call the phase paradoxical
A hanging or soft epiglottis may cause breathing disorders, which are often misinterpreted as asthma attacks or paradoxical
vocal fold movement.
herniation post craniectomy
According to economic expert Abdulmenaf Bexheti, this idea is paradoxical
Phenomena addressed include superior sensory performance post brain lesion, talent in developmental disorders such as autism, creativity in neurological and psychiatric conditions, instances where non human species outperform human species, and other paradoxical
and unexpected puzzles in neuroscience.
Functional stridor due to paradoxical
vocal cord movements, though rare, may pose a significant diagnostic dilemma resulting in an inappropriate airway intervention (1).
A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO THE DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF PARADOXICAL
More troubling, there is no standard approach for handling comorbidities with paradoxical
effects on mortality, and the impact of these conditions on assessments of patient risk has not been systematically evaluated.
The equivalence between non-amenability and existence of paradoxical
decompositions is a result due to A.
This includes paradoxical
TB-associated IRIS and antiretroviral treatment (ART) associated TB with provisional case-definition of unmasking TB-associated IRIS14.