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NOS

[¦en¦ō′es or ′näs]
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NOS

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About 10% of women had a bipolar disorder diagnosis, including 19 with bipolar I disorder, 10 with bipolar II disorder, and 5 with bipolar not otherwise specified.
Ceruminous adenocarcinoma is also divided into types, but it is the not otherwise specified (NOS) type rather than the adenoid cystic type that would give the most difficulty in the differential diagnosis.
Peacefully situated beside a private lake and nestled among more than thirty wooded acres just outside Birmingham, Alabama, Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating Disorders (formerly known as Magnolia Creek Residential Treatment Center for Eating Disorders) provides residential and partial hospitalization treatment programs for women struggling with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and eating disorders not otherwise specified.
Identification options ranged from full identification of the organism through a series of acceptable options, including genus level identification (unable to rule out); genus level identification (not otherwise specified); gram negative/positive (morphology, ie, bacilli), aerobic/anaerobic, "refer to rule out"; gram-negative/ positive (morphology, ie, bacilli), not otherwise specified.
The most common molecular test classified as not recommended that was ordered was for the detection of an agent not otherwise specified by amplified DNA probe method.
Nine women (45%) met criteria for a clinical psychiatric (Axis I) disorder but were in full remission from prior Axis I disorders including adjustment disorder, major depression, dysthymic disorder, panic disorder, and depressive disorder not otherwise specified.
As a result, more than 60 percent of patients younger than 13 are diagnosed with an "Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified," or EDNOS.
com reports that the most commonly diagnosed categories are autistic disorder, Asperger syndrome, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified.
Diagnoses included bipolar disorder not otherwise specified (57%), bipolar I disorder (41%), and bipolar II disorder (2%).
Nasopharyngeal dendritic cell sarcoma, not otherwise specified, in a 34-year-old man
Topics addressed include rethinking the large category of "eating disorders not otherwise specified," criteria for binge eating, the validity of statistical models of diagnosis, and empirical evidence.