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On Usenet, a posting generated in response to another posting (as opposed to a reply, which goes by e-mail rather than being broadcast). Followups include the ID of the parent message in their headers; smart news-readers can use this information to present Usenet news in "conversation" sequence rather than order-of-arrival. See thread.
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As relapse rates and patterns of failure differ with each treatment, a tailored followup program is needed.
Table 2 shows that at first followup, finger flexor spasticity score of [greater than or equal to] 2 were observed in 28 (66.7%) cases in the control group as compared to only 10 (25%) cases in the intervention group and the difference was observed to be statistically significant.
Her followup appointment should have been scheduled for 1 week.
A total of 1,023 patients on testosterone therapy were followed for up to 17 years with a median followup of approximately 5 years.
All followup cycles can be paused and restarted as needed.This is for serious Project Managers who follow routine and want to be on top of their Job always, Micro Manager will manage all your task efficiently.
However, conservative followup also has made its place in the literature [1, 3, 4].
We further excluded 664 donors who were diagnosed with a primary nonmalignant tumor (SEER "behavior" variable coded as benign, borderline, or in situ tumor) during study followup. We also excluded one year and two year periods following first donation from the analysis to ensure exclusion of donors with potentially undiagnosed cancer at time of donation or cancers diagnosed shortly after donation (n = 57 and 333, resp.).
With short-term results, effective, safe and an acceptable adverse-effect profile has been proved; however, studies with longer followup [2] are needed.
According to Balsiger et al., only 20% of patients maintained 50% excess weight loss (EWL) at 10-year followup [4].
In clinical practice it is usually used as an auxiliary method to show disease activity in the followup of uveitis patients.