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SRS

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We searched "Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS) for acromegaly" on PubMed and the articles were reviewed.
She requested the court to direct the hospital directors of the three major public sector hospitals of Peshawar to provide free treatment to her for changing sex from a woman to a man by experts in the province for SRS.
Meatoplasty was done for 2 patients who had undergone SRS by plastic surgeons, scarring extends just beyond the meatus.
Future RCTs and SRs with high quality on the pharmaceutical or non-pharmaceutical interventions of anorexia in cancer patients are warranted.
SRS is a market intelligence tool, used by central banks around the world, whereby feedback from various market participants and experts regarding their risk perceptions and confidence in the stability of the financial system is sought.
In SRS, the coherent memory ([[GAMMA].sub.c]) is controlled by relative magnitudes of a characteristic SRS interaction time ([T.sub.SRS]) and the Raman medium relaxation time ([T.sub.2]).
With the acquisition of Kohl, SRS has over 180 locations across 41 states operating under 18 unique brand names.
No question, SRS has the experience and the capability to process the material so it can't be used to produce a nuclear weapon, but CAB reasonably balked at the transfer.
SRS Real Estate Partners is the largest real estate company in the U.S.
Presently, many SRs are self-funded, paying student fees, financing their own board and lodging as well as their transport to the different hospitals they rotate through for their specialized training, making this an opportunity largely for the financially well resourced.