The coauthors observed several challenges in comparing their study to previous analyses on recurrent risk, noting that the definition of provoked
VTE "varies throughout the literature" and that the majority of VTE studies "provide cumulative incidence proportions and not the actual rates." They also stated that indefinite or extended therapy for all VTE patients comes with its own potential complications.
Parnaik also rejected the Pakistani allegations that the Indian Army raided its posts across the LoC and provoked
its forces to retaliate leading to the killing of the two Indian soldiers.
"However, the defendants felt provoked
and irritated when the management banned them from weightlifting and smoking in solitary confinements.
.." and then featured the following list of excuses: "You provoked
me; I was drunk; I was having a bad day; I hate you; I didn't mean it; I couldn't help it."
"They know what makes me react and they have provoked
His defence lawyer argued police did not have a legitimate warrant and provoked
him, but prosecutors said the defendant had severely injured another motorist in a hit-and-run and the warrant was legitimate.
"I believe I was provoked
and am disappointed in the way a fellow professional reacted."
When we found out, we formed a group of 20 people on the other side of the bridge to warn those who provoked
. They started hurling stones, and we responded.
-- Women with complex vulvar pain reported greater decreases in sexual function but similar levels of sexual desire and frequency of intercourse, compared with women with provoked
vestibulodynia, a study of 189 women shows.
2 : to bring about <The joke provoked
And she provoked
dismay when she said being a head teacher was "a great job" after the union had condemned the excessive pressures of running schools and meeting Government targets.
He was responding to the Archbishop of Canterbury's remarks on Sharia law that have provoked
a storm of criticism.
Italy's Marco Materazzi was handed a two-match ban and fined 5000 Swiss francs (pounds 2170) for the insults which were said to have provoked
Zinedine Zidane's butt on him in the World Cup Final.
High-level resistance to rifampin (MIC >32 mg/L) in Neisseria meningitidis is provoked
by mutations (most frequently at the residue His 552) in the rpoB gene encoding the [beta] subunit of RNA polymerase (1,2).
Coroner Michel Miron declined to disclose the exact cause of death but told the Associated Press that he was hoping to end the "phobia" provoked
by the case.