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The Supreme Court's decisions in the correctable disabilities cases provoked significant popular controversy because the majority opinions seemed to call into question commonly held beliefs about the scope and power of the ADA.
This potentially correctable vision impairment has a profound social and economic impact, including limiting educational and employment opportunities for individuals, families, and communities.
Management by the endocrinologist is important in detecting any correctable causes, and in guiding therapy including surgical correction,'' said Dr.
West admitted this week that there were "a lot of self-inflicted wounds" in Game 4, but that they were "correctable." Those correctable wounds include limiting easy opportunities for James and Wade, as well as not allowing Udonis Haslem to score 14 points on only six field-goal attempts.
"cartilage becomes resistant to the anabolic action of insulin-like growth factor I [IGF-1], a condition that is correctable by hypophysectomy, suggesting a metabolic impairment at the tissue level," Dr.
This year's theme for Healthy Vision Month is Your Eyes Are the Windows to Your Health, with the focus on reducing the prevalence of uncorrected refractive errors, one of the most common and correctable vision problems in the United States, and having eyes examined regularly.
You're a candidate for LASIK if your eyes are healthy, you've had a stable eyeglass prescription for at least two years and your vision is within a correctable range (no more than -12 diopters for myopia and +6 diopters or less for hyperopia).
"Initially they were not able to tell us whether the condition was correctable or non-correctable and that is fundamental information to a parent trying to make huge decisions," she says.
Your GP will perform a series of tests to rule out correctable causes and may arrange for you father to wear a heart monitor for 24 hours to check for any underlying heart irregularities.
The heart defects most associated with lithium use, especially Ebstein's anomaly--a malformation of the tricuspid valve--can be detected in the second trimester and are correctable after birth, he said.
Another group in which new evidence suggests that ICDs may be indicated consists of patients with a low ejection fraction who have experienced cardiac arrest for what was thought to be a transient and correctable cause, such as hypokalemia or digitalis toxicity.
Age-related hearing loss can be caused by a miscommunication in the brain and might be correctable with medication within 20 years, according to the International Center for-Hearing and Speech Research (ICHSR), housed at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID).