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monograph

a paper, book, or other work concerned with a single subject or aspect of a subject

Monograph

 

a scholarly work in which a specific theme is investigated in detail. In a monograph, the literature on the problem under consideration is presented and analyzed and new hypotheses and solutions contributing to further research are proposed. A monograph usually includes extensive bibliographical data, comments, and other information.

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The Complete German Commission E Monographs did not state any safety or drug interaction concerns for either type of herbal product, but it did provide the most information on duration of treatment.
First DataBank's clinical staff updates monographs as new drugs are introduced.
For more than 20 years, ESCOP has been a world leader in the publication of scientific monographs on herbal medicinal products or phytomedicines.
Tentative Final Monograph (TFM) issued May 12, 1993; and
The monograph "Theoretical and practical problems of legal regulation of energy transit in modern international and national law" by Razim Jamal oglu Isayev is quite relevant and valuable just because it is devoted to the study of the problems listed above.
The centre's monograph hopes to fill in the gap in literature by providing an academic, research-based interpretation to an area of study that has been driven by journalistic articles and reports, and ends with multiple perspectives on the CPEC in the broader context of the Belt and Road Initiative.
Direct all proposals, manuscripts, and inquiries about submitting a proposal to the General Editor of the Monograph Series:
Chief among the recent enhancements is the addition of drug class monographs. Available to subscribers to the Formulary Decision Support Bundle of additional, specialized tools, drug class monographs feature details about drug properties common to given pharmacologic classes to assist professionals with drug therapy decisions.
In all, the original Monograph and Therapeutic Compendium, which was 28 pages, has been expanded to 96 pages and represents the most comprehensive review of cranberry ever developed and then reviewed by some of the world's leading authorities on all things cranberry AHP said.
"Anselm Kiefer: A Monograph" also highlights an aspect of Kiefer's work that has received little critical attention: his conceptual understanding of the book and photography.
The listing for "cannabis," for example, includes the page number for the monograph, whereas the listing for "aloe vera" only includes page numbers for the associated interactions monographs.
22 ( ANI ): Vice-President M.Hamid Ansari on Tuesday, released a Monograph on late Prof Syed Hasnain at a function organized by Alami Urdu Trust here.