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spe·cif·ic dis·ease

a disease produced by the action of a special pathogenic microorganism.

specific disease

a disorder caused by a special pathogenic organism.

spe·cif·ic dis·ease

(spĕ-sifik di-zēz)
Disease produced by action of a given pathogenic microorganism.

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Q. should i child with eating disorder who also has ADHD can treat with a special diet specified for ADHD?

A. eating disorder requires a full treatment from a psychiatrist. it's a serious issue that need to be resolved. the sooner the netter.

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Universal receptors have the potential to recognize a specific disease target in multiple patients with a viral or malignant disease because universal receptors bypass the patient-specific restrictions in function of naturally occurring T cell receptors.
Universal receptors are "chimeric receptors" which contain a component of the natural cell receptor and components of other molecules which can recognize and bind specific disease target antigens.
Alnylam expects to publish or present human proof-of-concept data demonstrating the effectiveness of an RNAi therapeutic to target a specific disease in human subjects within the next 12 to 18 months.
Examples of system integration would include image fusion or registration from the different modalities employed, development of software methods that would estimate the probability of malignancy or other specific disease identification, quantitative information for monitoring the effects of therapy, and dose to real-time image analysis.
A specialized computational biology analysis platform was developed to handle and integrate these disparate data sources, identify possible genomic structural variations and predict their association with specific disease pathways such as those associated with breast and colon cancer, diabetes type II and Parkinson's disease.
The 2006 CareScience Select Practice National Quality Leader - Disease Specific report identifies the top performing facilities in each of seven specific disease areas.
Secondly, it gives further scientific backing to the development of compounds, based on the active ingredients within Colostrinin(TM), as pharmaceutical compounds for use in specific disease conditions and suggests we may extend the disease indications we are currently exploring.
The Company uses its proprietary Target Visualization Technology(TM) to create imaging agents targeted at the molecular level, designed to enable physicians to use Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to obtain detailed information about specific disease processes.
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SNPs play a role in gene diagnosis, especially for diagnosing genetic traits such as inherited individual distinctions, drug efficacies and susceptibility to specific diseases.
The case study approach used for 17 specific diseases (e.
Although there are several ongoing investigational studies of the effectiveness of using CT to screen people, the studies are focused on high-risk groups for specific diseases (e.