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systemic

Physiol (of a poison, disease, etc.) affecting the entire body
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This trial provides good evidence that for the average patient with uveitis, systemic therapy would be the first choice of treatment, said John Kempen, M.D, Ph.D., of Massachusetts Eye and Ear/Harvard Medical School, Boston, chair of the writing committee for the report.
This volume consists of 21 essays on the study of systemic functional linguistics in mainland China.
However, the side effects that all of the case reports have shown were scleroderma-like skin change, or limited/diffuse cutaneous systemic sclerosis, without providing evidence of internal organ involvement.
"Among non-biologic systemic agents, cyclosporine and methotrexate appear to have better safety profiles than mycophenolate, azathioprine, and systemic prednisone with regard to serious infections," they concluded.
Ratings agency, Fitch Ratings, has said that shadow banking can lead to systemic risks.
[ClickPress, Tue May 21 2019] Looking at the current market trends as well as the promising demand status of the Cutaneous & Systemic Leishmaniasis Market , it can be projected that the future years will bring out positive outcomes.
A total of 97 patients were selected from both outpatient and inpatient department after sample size calculation (95 % Confidence level, 05 % margin of error and taking frequency of pulmonary arterial hypertension in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus of 23%.
Keywords: Systemic sclerosis, cutaneous features, systemic features.
Further systemic and oral diseases are predisposed with increase in age.
Systemic risk has become one of the central issues in macro-financial research.
Systemic sclerosis is a generalised disorder of connective tissue characterised by diffuse vascular lesions, fibrosis of skin and major organ systems involvement including cardiac, pulmonary and gastrointestinal system.

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