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systemic

Physiol (of a poison, disease, etc.) affecting the entire body
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"These findings may help inform clinicians in their selection of medications for patients requiring systemic therapy for atopic dermatitis," Maria C.
As a result, many pilot studies, mostly conducted with NSCLC patients, have explored the efficacy of systemic therapy after the completion of radiotherapy.
Systemic Therapy Options for Resectable/Potentially Resectable Disease.
Precision can be achieved at each phase of care, including detection, diagnosis, surgery, systemic therapy and radiation therapy, survivorship, and follow-up care.
Atopic dermatitis; dupilumab; fezakinumab; JAK inhibitors; lebrikizumab; nemolizumab; systemic therapy; tralokinumab
Active surveillance before systemic therapy in metastatic RCC
Therapies were classified as "definitive local therapy" if the patient had definitive therapy (surgery and/or radiotherapy) only or "definitive local therapy + systemic therapy" if the patient received adjuvant systemic therapy (most patients received the combination of doxorubicin and ifosfamide) in addition to definitive local therapy.
A recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that improved systemic therapy and not early detection of tumours was the cause of the fall in breast cancer deaths seen after the introduction of widespread mammography in the USA.
"Thanks to advances in systemic therapy, fewer women need radiation therapy after a mastectomy.
The study hereby followed proposed direction to make a research on the benefits of the Hudolin systemic therapy (1) with the help of the Clubs together with the standard therapy in case of alcohol dependence.
Articles take in the situation in a population of women presenting to Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto, for whom distance to the clinic was a factor in late presentation, as well as management of locally advanced disease, side-effects of systemic therapy, and management of a common post-treatment complication, lymphoedema.
Glucocorticoids given by injection or in oral form (termed systemic therapy) confer a higher risk of side effects, while non-systemic therapy using inhalers and lotions has a lower risk-but the actual risk had not been quantified.

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