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post

(pōst),
In dentistry, a dowel or pin inserted into the root canal of a natural tooth as an attachment for an artificial crown.

post

See dowel.

post

Medspeak
A job, especially one held by a doctor or skilled health professional.

Pathology
A popular “short form” for postmortem examination.

POST

Neurology A clinical trial–
1. Posterior Stroke Trial.
2. Potassium-channel Opening Stroke Trial.

post

(pōst)
1. A dental procedure in which an elongated projection is fitted and cemented within the prepared root canal; serves to strengthen and retain restorative material and/or a crown restoration.
2. Device used in some dental implantation procedures.

post

(pōst)
In dentistry, dowel or pin inserted into root canal of a natural tooth as an attachment for an artificial crown.

Patient discussion about post

Q. Help for/with post-polio problems

A. Clemon -you'll have to be more specific on what kind of help do you ask for. you seek info? seek other people suffering from post-polio? what?
all i can do is give you a good link about it with some info..hope that what you look for:
http://www.post-polio.org/edu/pabout.html

Q. I am worried how safe the operation would be and the post surgery complications? My wife has a cyst in her right breast and further tests are going on. Doctors have advised to go for an operation. I am worried how safe the operation would be and the post surgery complications?

A. My friend, surgery for the cyst in breast is common. Any cyst in breast indicates breast cancer. These surgeries are very safe. Initially they used to cut the complete breast to remove the cyst. Now with the advanced technology, only the cyst would be removed without harming other tissues. Rather complete removal is done these days, but that depend upon the severity of the cancer. These surgeries are proven with results. If the cyst is less they will remove only the affected portion and yes they do remove some nearby tissues because there some cancer cells may lay and can arrive again. For any post surgery complications, chemotherapy treatment is also available.

Q. Is beer a good post-workout drink? We have an argument here within our friends. Please settle our argument. Is beer a good post-workout drink?

A. no, beer is not good for you after a workout.

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For some post codes some companies will not even attempt to offer a quote, and those that do are way over the top even for people who have excellent driving records.
ccaallll 889988111188 oorr eemmaaiill ttoommbbooddddeenn@@ "We are currently discussing with Royal Mail what other factors contributed towards specific post code areas missing their targets and what action they will be taking to improve overall quality of service.
The post code areas least likely to make accident claims are B3 (North Central), B4 (South Central), B50 (Barton and Bidford on Avon), B54 (Rubery) and B13 (Wake Green).
I remember the arguments and letters written from Mrs Angry of Heswall about having an L postcode and how a CH post code was some how going to make the Wirral a much more wonderful place when it was still only over the other side of the Mersey.
What the notice didn't say was that it depends on your post code.
Create a text message starting with EGCOMP followed by space, then put your answer to the question, name and post code.
The service is available at the PDSA PetAid hospital in Bute Street, Cardiff, to pet owners receiving housing benefit or council tax benefit, living in post code areas; CF1-5, CF7-8, CF10-11, CF14-15, CF23-24, CF37-38, CF6164, CF71-72, CF82-83, NP9-10, NP11 (sectors six and seven), NP19-20, NP44, .
Any post code or town name in the UK can be inputted to produce a map of the area with the Pizza Hut marked on it.
Except for the fact the envelope only had his name on it, no address, no city, no provice or country and certainly no post code.
But Coun Colin Hughes (Cons, Billesley), a member of the transport and regeneration scrutiny committee, said: "I have been to the household recycling centre several times and have not been asked for my post code.