(1) Although anterior and posterior traumatic displacement of cervical vertebrae are commonly noted, and the devastating neurological deficits associated with these injuries have been amply defined, lateral displacement with fractures has been rarely recognized, and the clinical significance of this injury has been overlooked.
(2) Germany is today a sound democracy that has amply looked at its past and is in no danger of denying it.
(3) Although amply documented in experimental murine models, the existence of T helper cells with receptor specificity for idiotypic determinants of B cell immunoglobulins has not been demonstrated in a human system.
(4) It has been amply demonstrated that decreasing the average molecular weight decreases the antithrombin activity while retaining the anti-Xa activity of heparin derivatives.
(5) The real and potential benefits of a comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation program amply justify the effort in all clinical settings.
(6) Surgery plays a prime role in the treatment of claudications of arterial origin, a role that the success and the continuation of the good results, when applied under the proper conditions, amply justifies.
(7) Baugé's body language afterwards indicated he had been on the receiving end of another severe psychological blow; both men progressed to the quarter-finals, but Kenny has already shown that he amply merits his selection ahead of the defending champion, Hoy.
(8) In case you’re wondering, I’m talking about Star Wars: The Force Awakens , which, it has been reported, took enough down payments from exclusive brand partners to amply cover the $200m that it cost to make.
(9) The present-day otolaryngologist who is amply trained in the area of head and neck cancer surgery has the additional otologic surgical skills that can be applied to the control of head and neck cancer pain, utilizing the retrolabyrinthine route to the preganglionic pain fibers.
(10) Taken together, the lectures presented at this conference have amply demonstrated the ever growing impact of peptide research on health, in part by increasing our understanding of disease.
(11) In the immunostained samples, LCs appear amply distributed in the epithelium in greater numbers than in NG and more branched except in the immature areas, where they mostly express HLA-DR.
(12) While the experiment may not harm the climate, environmental groups say that the global environmental risks of solar geoengineering have been amply identified through modelling and the study of the impacts of sulphuric dust emitted by volcanoes.
(13) Thus, we showed that ampli-GPE, possessing the minimum complement of proviral genes, has potential for the development of a gene transfer system.
(14) The role of UV-visible slitlamp densitography in monitoring 'pre-cataractous' changes in the living human (as well as animals) lens has been amply documented.
(15) The authors amply demonstrate how far we are from achieving such comparability.
(16) Interdisciplinary management as performed at the Cleft-Palate Clinic, in an integrated approach involving specialists in maxillo-facial surgery, maxillar orthopedics, genetics, social work and mental hygiene, pursuing to reestablish the stomatological and psychological functions of children afflicted by cleft palate, is amply described.
(17) By devising individual doses, a tumour dose can be planned and administered which in the vesical and rectal wall is amply below the threshold value.
(18) The primary question we addressed was whether changes in marital interaction could be amply detected and whether these changes could be attributed to the particular role shift that had occurred in one spouse--from "patient" to "nonpatient."
(19) This classification is amply confirmed by the kinetic behaviour of a large number of alicyclic substrates.
(20) While decreased sensitivity to various host defense mechanisms following tumor progression has been amply documented, the present study shows a more severe phenomenon: increased malignancy can be accompanied by a deviation of the host immune reaction from tumor growth inhibition to growth stimulation.
(adv.) In a rich manner.
(1) After a period on fat-rich diet the patient's physical fitness was increased and the recovery period after the acute load was shorter.
(2) This analysis demonstrated that more than 75% of cosmids containing a rare restriction site also contained a second rare restriction site, suggesting a high degree of CpG-rich restriction site clustering.
(3) Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) was prepared, and platelet aggregation studies were conducted directly or conducted on washed platelets prepared from PRP collected with ACD.
(4) No significant fatty acid binding by proteins was detected in S. cerevisiae, even when grown on a fatty acid-rich medium, thus indicating that such proteins are not essential to fatty acid metabolism.
(5) "There is a serious risk that a deal will be agreed between rich countries and tax havens that would leave poor countries out in the cold.
(6) Maybe the world economy goes tits up again, only this time we punish the rich instead of the poor.
(7) I can see you use humour as a defence mechanism, so in return I could just tell you that if he's massively rich or famous and you've decided you'll put up with it to please him, you'll eventually discover it's not worth it.
(8) Dietary factors affect intestinal P450s markedly--iron restriction rapidly decreased intestinal P450 to beneath detectable values; selenium deficiency acted similarly but was less effective; Brussels sprouts increased intestinal AHH activity 9.8-fold, ECOD activity 3.2-fold, and P450 1.9-fold; fried meat and dietary fat significantly increased intestinal EROD activity; a vitamin A-deficient diet increased, and a vitamin A-rich diet decreased intestinal P450 activities; and excess cholesterol in the diet increased intestinal P450 activity.
(9) In spite of the presence of scar tissue following rhytidectomy, this procedure has been quite successful because of the rich blood supply in that area.
(10) The specificity of the assay was established by competitive displacement of 125I-labeled arginine-rich protein from its antiserum by arginine-rich protein and lipoproteins containing this protein, but not by rat albumin or other purified apolipoproteins.
(11) At constant arterial pO2, changes in coronary flow were associated with changes in energy-rich phosphates, but not systematically with changes in coronary venous pO2.
(12) To understand the reason for the opposite effect of the molar ratio observed at the middle of and at four residues away from the lysine-rich sequence, actual cross-linked residue(s) was (were) determined by subjecting cross-linked product to a protein sequencer.
(13) The diet increased the formation of a cholesterol-rich very low density lipoprotein (VLDL), decreased high density lipoprotein (HDL)-associated cholesterol and phospholipids, but had virtually no effect on low density lipoprotein (LDL)-lipids.
(14) An AT-rich stretch is centered at position -31 with respect to the transcription initiation site, and a potential CCAAT box is centered at position -138.
(15) The slow alpha-lipoprotein was distributed in the range of densities between low density and high density lipoproteins and was rich in apoprotein E. This abnormal lipoprotein of PBC was observed in those in Stages II and III but not in those in Stage I.
(16) A transurethral prostatic resection for prostatism in a 73 year old man showed a cluster of richly capillarised clear cells originally thought to be indicative of invasive carcinoma.
(17) VAT increases don't just hit the poor more than the rich, they also hit small firms, threaten retail jobs and, by boosting inflation, could also lead to higher interest rates."
(18) To facilitate detoxification, the centrifuge is employed to provide plasma rich in toxins, but void of potentially interfering blood components such as platelets and whole blood cells.
(19) In the perfused rat liver, ursodeoxycholate in high dose produces an HCO3- -rich hypercholeresis which we have shown previously to be inhibited by replacement of perfusate Na+ with Li+ or by addition of amiloride (or amiloride analogues).
(20) B cells from both sources gained immediate access to extrafollicular areas of secondary lymphoid organs rich in interdigitating cells and T cells.