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involvement,

n the state of becoming involved.
involvement, bifurcation
n the extension of pocket formation into the interradicular area of multirooted teeth in periodontitis.
involvement, pulp,
n a condition wherein consideration of the vitality or health of the dental pulp is a factor.
involvement, trifurcation,
n See involvement, bifurcation.

Patient discussion about involvement

Q. What is involved in Gall Bladder surgery?

A. If you refer to removal of the gal bladder due to stones, then it may be performed either in an open approach (using an arch-like incision in your right upper abdomen) or in a laparoscopic approach (using only three small incisions to insert devices into your abdomen). The operation itself is not long and not associated with significant problems after it.

Q. Are there genetic factors involving allergies? My entire family suffers from different allergies. It is clear that there is a connection, is that true?

A. The risk of allergic sensitization and the development of allergies varies with age, with young children most at risk. It is known that there is a strong genetic relation and allergies are usually common among family members. Ethnicity may play a role in some allergies, however racial factors have been difficult to separate from environmental influences and changes due to migration.

Q. What are the risk factors involved? How come alcohol abuse may start to become alcoholism and what are the risk factors involved?

A. MOST people do not plan to become alcoholics,it happens because your body(system)become adjusted to the (drug)alcohol,and the person becomes dependent on it to feel good,plus the things edmund said----mrfoot56

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Finally, an accumulating body of evidence confirms that when schools, communities, and families create partnerships, parental involvement increases and enhances educational outcomes for students (Epstein, 2010).
Expanding knowledge of parental involvement in children's secondary education: Connections with high school seniors' academic success.
Thus, ideologies may impact a child's perceptions of their parent's involvement in their sport participation.
Naimat Ullah, son of Ahmed, was sentenced to death, for his involvement in attacking the armed forces personnel which resulted in the deaths of two soldiers and injuries to four others.
The amount of resources available for citizen involvement has never been reported, so we cannot know what's available or if more could be done.
The study variables comprised level of male partner involvement, couple Knowledge and perceptions and their influence on male partner involvement in choice of delivery site.
Through an evidence-based literature review, survey, interviews, and/or other appropriate methods, identify and document practices used within and outside the transportation industry to define and measure public involvement effectiveness.
In response to this need for a more nuanced understanding of differentiated patterns of family-school partnerships practices, the OECD studied parent involvement in 14 countries as part of the 2009 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) (OECD, 2010; OECD, 2011).
All those patients who were found to have extranodal involvement after staging investigations were included in the study.
Studies and datasets also vary widely in the types of involvement that are assessed.
In Bouffard and Weiss (2008) views, Parental Involvement can be defined as direct effort provided by the parent, in order to surge educational outcomes of their children.
If this issue is ever going to be resolved, then the school, which includes the school's administrator, teachers, parents and stakeholders, need to define parental involvement so that a consistent message can be conveyed to parents regarding the expectation of involvement.