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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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At 24 weeks, 24.1% of participants reported having moderately or very visible holes or indents on the active treatment side of their face, compared with 51.8% on the control side.
Following the placebo-controlled period, the placebo group will then be re-randomised into one of the three active treatment groups for a six-month extension.
Snoring and symptoms of restless legs also were significantly less frequent with the active treatment, Dr.
According to founder and primary formulator, Tobi Clark Hall, these bio active treatments are a perfect for the cost conscious consumer.
The new results showed that during patients' first year off active treatment, symptom relief showed a trend toward a small dip in efficacy (see box), compared with placebo, although patients also self-reported a maintained, positive effect on their total quality of life scores.
Borisova has added that amendments to the law on medical institutions, which has been adopted on second reading Thursday evening, envisions that the regional health cards should contain the minimum and the maximum number of beds for active treatment and for continuing treatment.
a) Wormwood alleviated depression but not clinical symptoms of CD in the active treatment group.
They set out to discover if babies born under 24 weeks were more likely to live if they were resuscitated or spent more time in intensive care than babies receiving less active treatment in previous years.
Researchers in Newcastle set out to discover if babies born under 24 weeks were more likely to live if they were resuscitated or spent more time in intensive care than babies receiving less active treatment in previous years.
The 376 women in the active treatment group received thorough periodontal treatment, in which trained dental hygienists removed stains, plaque, and calculus above and below the gum line, leaving the root surfaces smooth and clean.
A randomised controlled study of purified air administered to the 'breathing zone' at night to people with allergic asthma found that active treatment over 10 weeks resulted in improved health-related quality of life compared with placebo.
The study, involving more than 19,000 men with cancer that had not spread beyond the prostate, found that men receiving androgen deprivation--which cuts off the supply of testosterone and other male hormones to the prostate--were slightly more likely to die of prostate cancer over 10 years and had no better survival rate than their counterparts who received active surveillance (careful monitoring with no active treatment).