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men·ta·tion

(men-tā'shŭn),
The process of reasoning and thinking.
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men·ta·tion

(men-tā'shŭn)
Process of reasoning and thinking.
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The causal role of quantum processes in mentation aka the "quantum mind" hypothesis is still a controversial issue.
Sharma et al found altered mentation in 5.7% patients and cause could be Metabolic, DIC, hepatic encephalopathy or gross oedema of brain which is very similar to present study [8] The symptomatology of the present study was in accordance with Chhina et al.
Clinical features of malaria were documented in other studies too, which revealed significant associations such as jaundice, altered mentation and splenomegaly (5,9).
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To prevent the downgrade, the government's initiatives to reduce fiscal deficit should include a more efficient use of fuel, fertiliser, and agricultural subsidies, or the imple mentation of a goods and service tax
Islamabad -- A three-day Interna tional Leadership Conference for Persons with Disabilities concluded recently in Islamabad, with partic ipants announcing the 'Islamabad Commitment' - the creation of a na tional mechanism for the imple mentation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Per sons with Disabilities in Pakistan.
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A meeting of the committee for regional economic integration discussed the imple mentation and consolidation of the free trade zone, preparation for the customs u nion and cooperation with other regional communities.
Jabbara Bin Eid Al Saraisery clarified that these contracts have been awarded following the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz with instructions to expedite imple- mentation.
For example, articles on nursing management of problems such as back pain after discectomy, status epilepticus, hydrocephalus, vasospasm secondary to subarachnoid hemorrhage, alterations in movement and mentation, Alzheimer disease, myasthenia gravis, and diabetes insipidus appeared.
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Changes in mentation (mental activity) can occur in a minority of patients after coronary artery bypass surgery.