Pre-operative CT scans of the temporal bone were analyzed by a subspecialized
radiologist who was blinded to the intra-operative scoring of the surgical difficulties.
A GI pathologist in the US was defined as a GI fellowship-trained pathologist practicing in an academic center and/or a pathologist with at least more than 10 years' experience of subspecialized
This small number of controlled asthmatics could be explained by the observation that the two clinics in the current study were subspecialized
in pulmonology and most patients presenting to these clinics are usually referred from the general pediatric clinics due to difficulty in controlling their asthma.
Rather, they emerge from parallel processing within subspecialized
, but distributed, functional systems.
The university was "looking for physicians that were subspecialized
in sports medicine," Arnold said, and Advanced Orthopaedic Specialists' physicians met that qualification.
In 1977, its capacity in creased to 86 beds and three operating theatres, four subspecialized
departments, an outpatient department, and a 24-hour emergency department for the population of the whole Province of Vojvodina.
Today many medical schools have transformed pharmacologic education to incorporate medical toxicology, most often taught by emergency physicians who are also subspecialized
in medical toxicology.
On the other hand, the main strengths of our study include the detailed analyses of various clinicopathologic factors that may have an impact on LN metastasis, and performance of uniform staging surgeries using a consistent surgical policy by subspecialized
CSI tool driver and CSI data extrcter extract the subspecialized
The Satellite Image domain was divided into 12 subspecialized
domains based on the satellite species.
The company provides onsite and remote-read subspecialized
radiology services in the Tampa, Florida, market.