multisystemic


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multisystemic

(mŭl′tē-sĭ-stĕm′ĭk, -stē′mĭk, -tī-)
adj.
Relating to a disease or condition that affects many organ systems of the body.

multisystemic

affecting more than one body system.

equine multisystemic eosinophilic epitheliotropic syndrome
includes chronic eosinophilic enteritis, eosinophilic granulomatous pancreatitis and eosinophilic dermatitis; there is no peripheral eosinophilia.
multisystemic neuronal degeneration
in red-haired Cocker spaniel dogs; signs commence at about 6 months of age with behavioral changes, gait and balance disorders, tremors, some seizures sufficient to warrant euthanasia.
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The model is the integration of two empirically-supported treatments, Multisystemic Therapy for Child Abuse and Neglect (MST-CAN; Swenson, Schaeffer, Henggeler, Faldowski, & Mayhew, 2010) to address the child abuse / neglect and Reinforcement-Based Treatment (RBT; Tuten, Jones, Schaeffer, & Stitzer, 2012) to address the parental substance abuse.
Sarcoidosis is an idiopathic, multisystemic disorder characterized by formation of noncaseating hylinized granulomas.
Pompe disease (PD) is a progressive, debilitating multisystemic neuromuscular disease.
They describe these services and how they fit with the broader tiered model of care in the UK (particularly local community Tier 3 services), and look closely at inpatient and day services, early intervention psychosis services, treatment foster care for those who may be at risk for crime and antisocial behavior, multisystemic therapy, home-based treatment, community and forensic interventions, transition services, children's and young people's views of services, commissioning, quality standards for these services, the UK legal framework, and education, training, and workforce development.
Indeed, the only intervention for youth who have sexually offended that is supported by multiple randomized controlled trials, Multisystemic Therapy (Henggeler, Schoenwald, Borduin, Rowland, & Cunningham, 2009), is a parent-focused intervention delivered in youths' homes, schools, and other settings (Borduin, Henggeler, Blaske & Stein, 1990; Borduin, Schaeffer & Heiblum, 2008; Letourneau et al.
Still, the evidence is growing that pain is a multisystemic, multifactorial challenge, felt more acutely in the face of fear or stress, so the wise guidance of those who treat "Dueling Diagnoses" will add value to the treatment of cancer pain, even in the most straightforward of cases.
The little girl "is in very delicate condition with multisystemic injuries, but remains stable within her grave condition," Sydney Morning Herald quoted Carlos Sanchez, the head of the medical division of El Rosario Clinic, as saying.
and the "D" family were able to enlist the home--a multisystemic, intergenerational container of the family's past, present, and future--as a partner in reconstructing silenced chapters in the family narrative.
functional family therapy or multisystemic therapy) aimed at preventing residential placement.
The programmes supported by the Government, which Newcastle City Council will be introducing, include Multisystemic Therapy, which involves specially trained therapists working with young people and their families using tried and tested approaches, such as cognitive behaviour therapy.