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side effect

[′sīd i‚fekt]
(computer science)
A consistent result of a procedure that is in addition to or peripheral to the basic result.
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Two published adverse effects filters were identified through a literature search: Golder et al.
Permanent hair dyes, while registering only seven notices, had the most severe adverse effects, mainly allergic in nature.
Considering each drug separately, the following adverse effect rates were found: 73 patients (41%) due to dapsone, eight (5%) due to rifampicin and 16 (24%) due to clofazimine.
conducted a population surveillance study in six European countries to evaluate the adverse effects of both newer and older antiepileptic drugs (AEDs).
Certain factors suggest that the increase in market concentration, as measured by the HHI, in the Bluefield banking market does not reflect a significantly adverse effect on competition.
The JAMA study noted that new drugs are heavily marketed to both doctors and consumers, which means they may be in wide distribution before adverse effects are known.
This means that the adverse effect would need to be a key aspect of the paper or in the titles of references for that paper to appear as keywords.
In fact, IRIS (the Intergrated Risk Information System; IRIS 2005) defines "critical effect" as "[T]he first adverse effect, or its known precursor, that occurs to the most sensitive species.
Taking into account market size, the number of competitors in each market and the share of total deposits in depository institutions in each market controlled by each competitor, consummation of the proposal would not likely result in a significantly adverse effect on competition in any of the five markets.
The current protocol assumes a linear dose-dependent response to chemical exposures, determines the lowest level at which there is an observed adverse effect, and then adds a safety factor to arrive at an official reference dose--the daily human intake assumed to be safe.
Consummation of the proposal would have a limited effect on competition, and the Board has determined that the proposal would not have a significantly adverse effect on competition in any relevant market.
Accordingly, based on all the facts of record, the Board concludes that consummation of the proposal would not have a significantly adverse effect on competition or on the concentration of banking resources in any relevant banking market, and that competitive considerations are consistent with approval.

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