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NCOA5

A gene on chromosome 20q12-q13.12 that encodes a coregulator for alpha and beta oestrogen.
 
Molecular pathology
NCOA4 to RET translocations have been associated with papillary thyroid carcinoma.

CIA

colony inhibiting activity.
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Usually the disease is recognized when an alcoholic presents with the classic triad.
If urine dipstick or other office-based tests are not needed to make the diagnosis of uncomplicated UTI for a patient with the classic triad of symptoms, then telephone treatment based on symptoms may be reasonable.
12] Moreover, a primary tumor is often asymptomatic, and only 10% of patients have the classic triad of costovertebral pain, abdominal mass, and hematuria.
The classic triad of tuberous sclerosis consists of adenoma sebaceum, seizures, and mental retardation, but is only seen in one-third of patients.
It is important to bear in mind that many patients with NPH do not present with the whole classic triad.
The preferable approach is to begin with the antibiotics and then follow-up with the confirmatory studies when acute bacterial meningitis is suspected, as in patients with the classic triad of neck stiffness, altered mental status, and fever.
Although the classic triad of wheeze, cough and chronic dyspnea is suggestive of asthma, asthma is not the most common cause of these symptoms.
The preferable approach is to begin with the antibiotics and then follow up with the confirmatory studies when acute bacterial meningitis is suspected, as in patients with the classic triad of neck stiffness, altered mental status, and fever.
The classic triad of Reiter's syndrome consists of urethritis, arthritis, and conjunctivitis, noted Dr.
The classic triad of vomiting, chest pain and subcutaneous emphysema is seldom present.
The classic triad of tuberous sclerosis includes elilepsy, mental retardation, and adenoma sebaceum.