Adherent to

Adherent to

 

A point a is said to be adherent to a set M if every neighborhood of a contains at least one point of M. The set of all points adherent to M is called its closure. If a is adherent to M and every neighborhood of a contains infinitely many points of M, a is called a limit point of M; otherwise, a is an isolated point of M.

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Women were 11% less likely to be adherent to statin therapy than were men.
Placenta accreta (75%) is firmly adherent to uterine muscles, increta (17%) invades the myometrium while percreta (7%) extend throughout the length of myometrium and may penetrates surrounding pelvic organs such as bladder and colon6.
When comparing those least and most adherent to a Mediterranean diet, the study found that deaths from all causes increased by five per cent for every 10 parts per billion (ppb) increase in long-term average NO2 exposure in those least adherent, compared to two per cent among the most adherent.
reveals that commercially insured people who were adherent to their oral diabetes medications experienced significantly fewer emergency room visits and inpatient hospitalizations, and spent nearly $500 less on total health care costs compared to nonadherent patients, potentially avoiding more than $210 million in health care spending in 2016.
Those who were adherent to their medications experienced 235 fewer ER visits and 50 fewer inpatient hospitalizations per 1000 patients.
"When following individual vaccinated women, they were five times less likely to be adherent to cervical cancer screening after HPV vaccination," Dr.
Of the 29 participants, 15 were identified as adherent to CPAP treatment and 14 as nonadherent according to the 2-year follow-up telephone survey.
On this subject in the literature earlier showed that "factoring is a contract whereby one party, called the adherent transfer ownership of a certain category of its receivables to another party, called factor, which, for a fee, undertakes adherent to pay their value and acquires its place in its rights receivables against debtors that are assigned to collect" (Stefanescu and Rucareanu, 1983: 231).
In conclusion about one fourth of our study patients were non adherent to MTX.
Otologic examination revealed that a dog tick was adherent to the tympanic membrane (figure).
Sometimes the reason is that the patient has not been adherent to the medication, but not willfully so.
For a number of years in the mid-term, I was an adherent to the United Church of Canada, but returned to the Anglican church many years ago.