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itemA clinical trials term of art for:
(1) A representation of a clinical variable, fact, concept or instruction in a manner suitable for communication, interpretation or processing by humans or by automated means.
(2) An individual question, statement or task that is evaluated by the patient to address a particular concept to be measured by a peer-review organisation (PRO) instrument.
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Q. my dad has msa, he has recently started seeing things, eg aliens, government consp.ext not fully reconzing lov does not reconize loved ones while having these episodes, becomes anxious and ill manered just not like my dad at all, he's so quite and polite normally.
Get in touch with the credence group - they know very very much.
Q. What's the thing with having diabetes and flights? I heard that I might have problems with my feet and I should buy special socks.
Q. I would like to know many things about Autism? Hello everyone here. I did a research on Autism and have found many interesting facts. Although I could not confirm anything as I have just read them, I would like to know many things. My friend’s daughter was affected by autism and they were worried more. In fact their main concern was that autism is related to mind changes during life. Is that true?
you see, a child that will born paraplegic will have a much less development brain function in the part of brain that controls leg use.