self-cure

self-cure

a phenomenon in sheep in which a hypersensitivity to an adult worm load develops and the worms are discharged. The hypersensitivity is induced by a second larval infestation. The apparent cure of the sheep is misleading in the assessment of a control program.
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In the recent times there has been an evolution of a new light cure resin provisional restoration material which claims to have better marginal adaptation and easy manipulation over other conventional self-cure resin materials.
In his comments on the month's rate activity, Richard Kerr, chief executive officer of MarketScout, predicts additional increases in pricing for jumbo accounts (more than $1 million) as insurers self-cure themselves from what he calls the "Show Pony Syndrome.
Self-cure risk is defined as the situation in which a delinquent borrower is able to solve the issues that led to delinquency in the first place and repay the entire amount of the loan without any assistance from the lender.
Second, the authors say, if lenders believe that borrowers may self-cure without renegotiation or redefault after loan modification, the number of preventable foreclosures may be smaller than many believe.
The clinical management of CL is often self-cure, which may be preferable to active treatment because self-cure may promote natural immunity to reinfection.
Self-cure starts with self-realisation and confession.
Babette's feast, on the other hand, enacts a recipe for self-cure that works.
The emotional storms of these patients might represent attempts for self-cure from depressive inertia, [sadness], and self-absorption," Akiskal's team writes in the February Archives of General Psychiatry.
Some researchers believe that the eosinophil is responsible, in part, for the self-cure of N.
Most banks have stated an average self-cure rate of 70% for residential nonperforming loans.
Patients whose cases are not detected either die or self-cure after an average of 2 years.
Commercially available self-cure composite resin (Right-On, TP Orthodontics, USA) was used as the control adhesive.