target disorder

target disorder

A disease that is studied in a particular laboratory, clinic, or clinical trial.
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Operational Commander, Chief Superintendent Rowley Moore, told the ECHO: A massive amount of effort and planning went into last night''s operation and we have used every power available to us to target disorder - taking a significant number of young people involved in anti-social behaviour home to their parents and making 36 arrests during the course of the operation.
The team will specifically target disorder linked to the transport infrastructure, including the Metro system, bus routes, private hire, hackney carriages and the dedicated cycle network," the strategy states.
Sackett and Haines pose four questions: (1) Do patients with the target disorder have different test results from normal individuals?
Global facial implant procedure market growth is attributed by factors such as the growing demand for minimally invasive surgery and prevalence of target disorders.
Increasing prevalence of target disorders related to pain such as BPO (benign prostatic obstruction) and osteoporosis pain and growing global geriatric population base is expected to serve this market as high impact rendering drivers.
The first two target disorders for which clinical programs will be conducted are expected to be panic disorder and generalized anxiety disorder.
The Company's pharmaceutical products target disorders with no known cures and limited treatments.
Cytochroma's product candidates target disorders related to altered vitamin D metabolism in chronic kidney disease ("CKD") patients, and include CTA018 and CTAP201 for the treatment of secondary hyperparathyroidism ("SHPT"), and CTAP101 for the treatment of vitamin D insufficiency.