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Cardiology A clinical trial–International Nifedipine Trial on Antiatherosclerotic Therapy Study–that evaluated the effect of antihypertensive therapy with nifedipine, a CCB, in preventing heart disease. See Calcium channel blocker, Coronary artery disease, Nifedipine.
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Ten cases were diagnosed with Tis (in situ) with the AJCC manual because of muscularis propria layer intactness. Only one case was diagnosed with T4a with the AJCC manual because of acellular mucinous deposits on the visceral peritoneal surface.
It acts as a verifier of data intactness. In principle, it has professional experience and practical capability to take charge data integrality audit in the person of cloud users/data users.
The phalloidin staining showed the differences in cytoskeleton assembly in PI-MSCs in response to the surface coating, and the parallel fibers stretched throughout the cytoplasm showed the intactness of the cells.
On the conceptual side, a major accomplishment of the perturbative approach is the demonstration by 't Hooft and Veltman of renormalizability of quantum gauge theory in four space-time dimensions with and without spontaneous gauge-symmetry breaking through a (renormalizable) Higgsfield sector, implying the intactness of the predictivity of these theories under the renormalization programme: the subtraction of loop-inherent infinities to dress only the parameters of the tree-level theory under physically imposed conditions and this to all loop orders.
Though significant X-shaped diagonal cracks were observed in HDC short columns, the dense network of diagonal cracks was distributed around the X-shaped cross cracks, and the HDC short columns behaved much better in sustaining the intactness of the column section under the cyclic loading.
Photo for Egypt Today What makes this museum the best of its kind is the large number of antiquities and their intactness. The museum's tickets are fairly affordable.
I'd heard it all my life from Bob Barker, and now our veterinarian and random strangers who noticed my pup's intactness asked if we were going to keep him that way.
This suggests that the poem is attempting to recover a lost originary language in which signifier and signified naturally coincide, where Thomas Fairfax as a heroic subject is fully realized and where the wounds he administered on the battlefield are translated into healing marks on trees that inscribe his mastery and intactness as a subject.
One forty two subjects who responded (76 %) reported having normal skin condition in term of intactness and sensation while forty subjects (21%) had instances of hand irritation.
Suffering is "the state of severe distress associated with events that threaten the intactness of the person" (Cassel, 1982, p.
By comparing Figure 10(b) to Figures 9 and 10(a), it is found out that the intactness of the coating materials plays an important role in the penetration of the chloride ions into the concrete samples and the reduction of the relative dynamic moduli.
(iii) TPA might be a dishonest entity, who has capabilities and expertise, on behalf of user, to regularly audit CSP for confirming the intactness of user's data in cloud.