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relating to or performed by the mind

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mental or emotional as opposed to physical in nature

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Coverage continues through oral and maxillofacial radiology, psychologic aspects, temporomandibular disorders, treatment planning, preprosthetic surgery, bone grafting, and so on, concluding with chapters on management of inadequate dental prostheses, speech pathology and prosthodontic applications, and management of patients with new prostheses.
Wolverton says studies suggest houseplants are most effective in removing VOCs in energy-efficient, nonventilated buildings; in highly ventilated buildings, the rapid exchange of inside and outside air makes the benefits of houseplants mostly limited to their psychologic and aesthetic values.
These bonds are a key component of a standard medical model, which is based upon biologic, psychologic and sociocultural underpinnings.
Medical and economic costs of psychologic distress in patients with coronary artery disease.
Gerogogy (ger-o-go-gee') in patient education has been defined by the authors as involving the transferring of essential information that has been specifically designed, modified and adapted to the physiologic and psychologic changes of the elderly This information relates to their medical care and consists of procedures that are either technical or non-technical.
Nurse plans and performs actions strengthening patient's protection, examines physical, emotional, private and surrounding factors promoting reduction of patient's pain sensation, educates patient about nursing staff manipulations [6], as much as possible lessen the influence of troublesome psychologic factors.
The biologic, psychologic and social contributions to long-term pain are numerous.
Awareness and familiarity with this distinctive melanocytic lesion is necessary to avoid overdiagnosis as invasive melanoma, with all its associated implications, such as wide excision at an anatomically difficult site, sentinel lymph node biopsy, and the psychologic and social implications to the patient and family alike.
Assessment of patients' levels of psychologic distress is an important element of the admission assessment (NCCN, 1999) and is standard of care in the Radiation Oncology Department.
Rosenberg, Symoblic psychologic, A model of attitudinal cognition, Behav.
A psychologic war is being waged against the Turkish Armed Forces.
Psychodermatology: psychologic impact of skin diseases.
Hypnosis was employed as an adjuvant measure to traditional medical and psychologic treatment modalities.
This manual was written with the intent to allow clinicians to use the principles of chronotherapeutics in their treatment of patients with seasonal affective disorder, non-seasonal depression, and other psychologic and neurologic illnesses.