EPT


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EPT

Abbreviation for:
early pregnancy test 
early pregnancy testing 
effective patient teaching
electric pulp testing
electroporation therapy
endocrine pancreatic tumour
endoscopic papillotomy
estrogen-progestogen therapy
ethanolamine phosphotransferase
exocrine pancreatic tumour
Expedited Partner Therapy

EPT

Abbreviation for electroporation therapy.
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The purpose of the second study was to isolate and combine effect of CPT and EPT compared to typical NBT.
With more tournaments than ever before at lower buy-ins alongside our other events plus a wide range of cash games, a greater variety of players will be able to experience the EPT, creating a fuller festival atmosphere.
Whilst the EPT is underway Central has also commissioned a 3D seismic program over the greater Surprise structure to assist with our understanding of the discovery.
Still dilemma of accurate placement site for EPT electrode is there especially in posterior teeth and no specific site for premolars is suggested in dental literature making clinical problems during testing of these teeth that is why the present study is designed to find such site.
Essa mesma observacao foi constatada neste experimento, nos tratamentos 1; 3; 4; 5 e 6, cujos valores de EPT para estes substratos foram inferiores a 92,3% e, portanto proximos ao relatado pelos autores.
Cystoscopically, EPT in the urinary tract presents as either a sessile or a pedunculated polyp, which microscopically is composed of prostatic glands surrounded by fibromuscular stroma with benign urothelium and/or prostatic epithelium lining the surface of the polyp.
Boeree, the third woman to win the EPT, is relatively new to competitive poker, having started just four years ago.
Magyar Telekom launched a voluntary public offer at HUF16,300 per share for all outstanding shares of EPT in January, when it held 97.
Villers said at the annual meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society for Obstetrics and Gynecology (For a map showing the legal status of EPT in each state, visit www.
Using estimates of disease prevalence, treatment failure, costs, and quality-adjusted life years, EPT would have resulted in 984 fewer cases of chlamydia (rather than the actual 196,819 cases) and 1,280 fewer cases of gonorrhea (rather than the actual 56,585 cases).
In a cost-utility model examining the potential impact of EPT in 11 states where it was illegal in 2007 (1 state, North Dakota, has since made the practice legal), she estimated there would be a cost savings of almost $6 million and the prevention of more than 2,000 cases of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae annually.