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treatment

1. the application of medicines, surgery, psychotherapy, etc., to a patient or to a disease or symptom
2. Films an expansion of a script into sequence form, indicating camera angles, dialogue, etc.
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14,15 Various other studies also concluded the effectiveness of CXL in symptomatic treatment of PBK, however the effects are transient with recurrence of edema and bullae formation within few months.
Preventive treatment, symptomatic treatment, laser treatment and etiologic treatment.
Salman Rafique said that according to the doctors, the diseases of Afsana is not completely curable and only symptomatic treatment is being carried out.
It is, however, very difficult to explain these remarkable effects by purely symptomatic treatment during active rehabilitation.
Symptomatic treatment of the disease with the currently available OTC products leaves room for improvement.
Garbutt and colleagues revisited the issue, randomizing 166 patients from 10 primary care practices to amoxicillin plus symptomatic treatment or placebo plus symptomatic treatment for acute rhinosinusitis.
These patients should be ideally kept in a Hospice and be provided with symptomatic treatment and emotional support which are called Palliative Care.
The drug is the three-dimensional mirror image of a symptomatic treatment for Parkinson's disease, but that difference prevents it from having the same (and unwanted) side effects in ALS.
The cow was then given symptomatic treatment for five days.
Novartis has emerged at the forefront of the next generation of MS treatments, and is therefore ideally positioned to market Sativex as a symptomatic treatment alongside their disease modifying treatment," GW's managing director Justin Gover said in an interview on Monday.
Treatment has four main tenets: elimination of the streptococcus, symptomatic treatment of the involuntary movements, incoordination and psychiatric symptoms, treatment of the immune and inflammatory response and supportive measures.
Schadlich and Brecht examined this issue over a period of 10 years and determined that subcutaneous immunotherapy is economically advantageous when compared with symptomatic treatment.