partial remission


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partial remission

Partial response Oncology An incomplete response to therapy for CA; for lymphomas, PR is defined as a ↓ by ≥ 50% of the longest perpendicular diameter of all measurable lesions. Cf Complete remission, Minimal response.
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0% had a partial remission (# 1, 5) determined by imaging criteria, however with an excellent clinical response, with recovery of functionality and without B symptoms.
Full remission was achieved in 2 of the patients who used cyclosporine (histopathology: FSGS in one and diffuse mesangial proliferation in the other) during the time when they used the drug and partial remission was achieved in three patients (histopathology: FSGS in two and diffuse mesangial proliferation in one patient).
Efficacy was categorized as complete remission (= 90% clearance of lesions) partial remission (60-90% clearance of lesions) and insignificant improvement (less than 60% clearance of lesions).
An indulgence - full or partial remission of temporal punishment for sins that have been forgiven - is granted by the Church to the faithful who devoutly visit a cemetery and pray for the departed.
After 2 courses, clinical and iconographical evaluation revealed a very good partial remission of all metastatic lesions and a considerable decrease in the size of the intrarenal mass.
Hence, it would be impossible for a patient to be in partial remission even if he had been treated very successfully with regard to disease activity if he had residual structural limitation in the spine and a BASFI score of higher than 2.
Additionally, of the gastric bypass surgical participants who had specific obesity-related health problems prior to surgery, 67 percent experienced partial remission from diabetes and 38 percent remission from hypertension.
Six months later, 16% were in complete or partial remission, compared with only 2% in a control group.
I am in partial remission," said the mother-of-three who is training for the 11-day Jewels of Antarctica Expedition, starting in December this year.
Unlike other medical disciplines, in clinical psychiatry the sub-clinical and subthreshold labels are also used to describe residual clinical states after the partial remission of a full episode of a condition.
Partial remission was defined as a period of three or more months during which the patient was lesion free while taking systemic immunosuppressants (corticosteroids and/or adjuvant therapy).
For the ASSERT, GO-RAISE, and combined data, the area under the ROC curve for 50% improvement in BASDAI score (BASDAI50) at 12 weeks was 82%, 75%, and 77%, respectively, and for Assessment in AS (ASAS) partial remission at 24 weeks was 80%, 77%, and 78%, according to Dr.

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