postadolescent


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postadolescent

(pōst″ăd-ō-lĕs′ĕnt) [″ + adolescens, to grow up]
An individual who has passed adolescence.
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I like to imagine him embodying the idea of the movie buff as amartyr, the postadolescent Latin American crazed for Hollywood.
Almost all of our patients were postadolescent. In an elegant study published in 1999, von Hertzen et al demonstrated that in the case of asthma, by the time a patient reaches adolescence, it is too late for immunomodulation.
Neuroimaging has registered a linear growth in white matter from childhood up to adolescence (Giedd et al., 1999) but revealed nonlinear changes in cortical gray matter, with a prepubescent increase followed by a postadolescent decline (Giedd et al., 1999; Gogtay et al., 2004).
Written with barely constrained nervous energy through the lens of postadolescent angst, the first handful of King's novels, with the hindsight of 40 years, predict a publishing juggernaut in the making.
It appears in 90% of postadolescent women and is rarely seen in men.
The finding goes against the commonly held belief that postadolescent acne is more often associated with inflammatory papules and pustular lesions, suggesting that "the commonly accepted model for postadolescent female acne should be critically revised for important academic, pathogenetic, and therapeutic reasons," according to study investigators.
The finding goes against the commonly held belief that postadolescent acne is more often associated with inflammatory papules and pustular lesions, suggesting that "the commonly accepted model for postadolescent female ache should be critically revised for important academic, pathogenetic, and therapeutic reasons," according to study investigators.
Effects of extraction and nonextraction therapy with air-rotor stripping on facial esthetics in postadolescent borderline patients.
Even academic librarians may learn a thing or two about their postadolescent users.
1997), and suppresses testosterone levels in postadolescent and adult rats (Little et al.
(20) Thus, examining whether sexual debut timing is related to early adult postsecondary initiation is an important next step in assessing the postadolescent implications of adolescent sexual debut.