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n. very high quality marijuana containing lots of THC. (Probably from the association of THC with the use of marijuana in cases of chronic pain.) Where can I get some genuine chronic.
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As a criterion of uncertainty in individuals with CKD, ambiguity contributes to the individual's inability to derive meaning within the chronicity and complexity of the illness.
Individual correlations and ANOVAs of individual variables found increasing age, increasing years of dance experience, chronicity of injury, folk and Indian dance style, and the variables of joint of injury and diagnosis to be associated with poorer functional outcomes.
Baseline characteristics like age, parity, chronicity of the disease were determined through mean and percentage, and significance level for these factors were determined via Student's t-test.
Gender symmetry in prevalence, severity, and chronicity of physical aggression against dating partners by university students in Mexico and USA.
In CD and surveillance biopsies for UC after treatment, the activity may be focal and the chronicity may not be obvious.
6] Quantification of activity and chronicity indices and description of vascular and interstitial lesions are also recommended.
It is not yet clear whether the gradual chronicity of depression is a result of the natural disease process or a result of serotonergic drug use.
Implicit in the chronicity of pain complaints exist a number of secondary disorders which can prove troublesome for effective engagement of pain management services.
Due to chronicity of the infection antibiotic course was extended for complete 2 weeks with additional supplementation of Ammonium chloride (2 gm/ day PO), Syrup Liv- 52 (b) (30 ml/day, PO).
7 cm in diameter, little perilesional edema (< 1 cm) and chronicity signs as bone remodeling of the cranial vault (Figure 1).
Respondent number, age, condition chronicity and gender
Another client construct that may be a common factor is the chronicity or complexity of the presenting problem.
Colloquially referred to as "tennis elbow", LE is reported to have an incidence of 1-3%, being prone to chronicity, and is considered a difficult condition to treat (Coombes et al 2009).
The chronicity of the disorder probably leads people who suffer from it to a resigned acceptance, which contributes to less attention paid to the condition by health care providers compared to that paid to major depression.
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