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Candesartan Assessment in the Treatment of Cardiac Hypertrophy. A trial comparing the effects of candesartan to enalapril on the left ventricular mass index (LVMI) in patients with essential hypertension and left ventricular hypertrophy
Conclusion Both significantly reduced the LVMI; in patients with eccentric hypertrophy, left ventricular mass normalised in 38% of candesartan patients and in 28% of enalapril patients

catch

(kach)
1. To capture or seize.
2. The act of catching, or that which is caught.
[O.Fr. cachier, to chase, fr. L. capto, to seize]
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Winter jewels Evening falls A ruby glow A hint of cloud Suggesting snow Diamonds sparkling Catching the light A misty pearl In the dark of night Icicles hang From rooftops high Sparkling like jewels Catching the eye Snowflakes falling Tiny crystals to see Each one different Like you and me Sapphire blue, emerald green Christmas lights Can be seen A welcome glow On a winter's night Shines out from windows On to falling snow.
In a nod to the precious jewel that marks their wedding anniversary, her brooch sparkled with diamonds, while her Kelly and Pordum white coat and dress glittered with diamante and pearl buttons and dazzling silver thread, catching the light - just as her crystal-covered wedding dress had done all those years ago.
I placed his print on a desk and rephotographed it, catching the light reflected on its surface in my photo.
The architects talk movingly about the building under renovation: 'there is a wonderful moment when the floors are removed and the entire space is revealed - the rough brick party walls catching the light streaming in between the broken rooftiles - space inherent in the form, but usually concealed with partitions and floors'.