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coetaneous

[¦kō·ə¦tā·nē·əs]
(science and technology)
Contemporary.
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'We have decided to prepare a PC-1 to put in place a permanent programme for the treatment of coetaneous leishmaniasis because the skin ailment is endemic in the province and we need a durable solution,' Director-General Health Services Dr Ayub Rose told Dawn.
However, for other coetaneous authors such controversy does not exist.
William Temple's analysis of Sidney's Defence of Poesy, another unpublished work coetaneous with The Shepherds' Logic, has been signposted as expounding this antipoetic bias.
Let us take two coetaneous and successful papers in our sample that are similar in terms of JEL codes but come from different fields of economic research: AER's "Rents, competition, and corruption," by Alberto Ades and Rafael Di Telia, and RES's "A theory of collective reputations (with applications to the persistence of corruption and to firm quality)," by lean Tirole.
After a full reconstruction of the Aristotelian ideal and worldview prior to Galileo's telescope, Garcia Santo-Tomas shows how traditional preconceptions and religious beliefs guided coetaneous Spanish authors against the discoveries of the nuova scienza in Spain.
Obese patients have larger skins folds and sweat more profusely after becoming overheated because of thick layers of sub coetaneous fat, thereby increasing both the frictional and moisture components.2 Cutaneous manifestations associated with obesity include lymphedema, acanthosis nigricans, and effects of hyperandrogenesis, acne, miliaria, intertrigo, plantar hyperkeratosis, skin infections and varicose veins.4,5
Moran [sup][17] recommend open technique while passing distal interlocking screw from the lateral aspect of the humerus to avoid injury to the radial nerve and posterior coetaneous nerve of forearm.
A variety of factors have been identified as predictors of relapse in SLE like renal disease, high disease activity, neurological disease, coetaneous vasculitis, persistently high anti-DNA antibodies and hypocomplementemia.
Clinical manifestations of NLE involve cardiac, dermatological, hepatic, hematologic and nervous systems, of which coetaneous manifestations are the most common.
(2015), Lano is noteworthy by its taxonomic diversity: the late Campanian to early Maastrichtian fluvial beds (probably coetaneous to the wetland deposits of Lo Hueco) have yielded a large collection of bones and teeth, including abundant microfossils.
Physical examination specially in primary stages doesn't help (Coetaneous emphysema or cryptus is a key finding) and has a low sensivity (27%) lobratory findings also poorly helps and maybe the most common finding is leukocytosis which is nonspecific.