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  1. Agarose gel electrophoresis is a method of gel electrophoresis used in, clinical ,chemistry to separate proteins by charge and or size (IEF agarose, essentially
  2. Then discretely different diseases. For some people MS should be considered a, clinical ,entity based in inflammatory lesions separated in time and space. As some cases
  3. Mainstream medicine, CAM often lacks or has only limited experimental and, clinical ,study; however, scientific investigation of CAM is beginning to address this
  4. Tissue, have ADAM incident rates as high as 1 in 600. Treatment Now controlled, clinical ,trials have been conducted on ADAM treatment, but aggressive treatment aimed at
  5. Cures have often been described as" unproven," suggesting that appropriate, clinical ,trials have not been conducted and that the therapeutic value of the treatment
  6. The headacheand it is the way these medications were used in the comparative, clinical ,trials. Aspirin alleviates pain in 60–75 % of patients with episodic tension
  7. Vane and others discovered the basic mechanism of aspirin's effects, while, clinical , trials and other studies from the 1960s to the 1980s established aspirin's
  8. The effectiveness of new drugs and medications, which still form the basis of, clinical ,pharmacology Physical Exercise: the Key to Health The Canon of Medicine: Volume
  9. Creep, and some have questioned the appropriateness of the criteria in a, clinical ,setting. It is possible that Transcranial magnetic stimulation can be used to
  10. Of the acupuncture literature. In 2007,they concluded that" the emerging, clinical ,evidence seems to imply that acupuncture is effective for some but not all
  11. Concentration, the possible impact of ABC transporter inhibitors is of great, clinical ,interest. ABC transporter blockers that may be useful to increase the efficacy
  12. Use of various Aloe species by humans is well documented. Documentation of the, clinical ,effectiveness is available, although relatively limited. Of the 299 species of
  13. And healing purposes. Art is also used by art therapists, psychotherapists and, clinical ,psychologists as art therapy. The Diagnostic Drawing Series, for example, is
  14. With the child. The Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS) is used widely in, clinical ,environments to assess severity of autism based on observation of children. A
  15. Of gross lack of coordination of muscle movements. Ataxia is a non-specific, clinical ,manifestation implying dysfunction of the parts of the nervous system that
  16. Future research is concentrating on identifying new genetic mutations and the, clinical ,syndrome associated with them. Familial MND may also confer a higher risk of
  17. Neurones that are pathologically distinct from ALS/MND and have a different, clinical ,course. Examples of other diseases of the motor neuron that should not be
  18. As inclusion/exclusion criteria for clinical trials. Owing to a lack of, clinical ,diagnostic criteria, some neurologists use the El Social criteria during the
  19. To normal protocols of treatment. Other reviews of randomized and controlled, clinical ,trials have provided no evidence that Aloe vera has a strong medicinal effect.
  20. Quality of systematic reviews of these studies has generally been poor, their, clinical , results are mostly tentative, and there is little evidence for the relative
  21. Autism. In this article, autism refers to the classic autistic disorder; in, clinical ,practice, though,autism, ASD,and PDD are often used interchangeably. The
  22. Many alternative cancer treatments have been investigated in good-quality, clinical ,trials, and they have been shown to be ineffective. Research funding Although
  23. An undifferentiated arthritis is an arthritis that does not fit into well-known, clinical ,disease categories, possibly being an early stage of a definite rheumatic
  24. Diarrhea in the United States, and a major cause of death, worldwide. There is, clinical ,evidence that topical dermatological preparations such as those containing tea
  25. For any negative effects on humans or other mammals before approval for, clinical ,use, and are usually considered safe and most are well-tolerated. However, some
  26. Out other disorders that may mimic MND. However, the diagnosis of MND remains a, clinical ,one. Having excluded other diseases, a relatively rapid progression of symptoms
  27. Depressed and have fear of worsening symptoms. Diagnosis is made by, clinical ,examination from an appropriate health professional, and may be supported by
  28. To as MND, but by their specific names. Diagnosis The diagnosis of MND is a, clinical ,one, established by a neurologist on the basis of history and neurological
  29. The spread of infectious diseases, the introduction of experimental medicine, clinical ,trials, neuropsychiatry, risk factor analysis, and the idea of a syndrome in
  30. Of the blog Science Based Medicine, Steven Novella, and Wallace I. Sampson, clinical ,professor emeritus of medicine at Stanford University and editor-in-chief at
  31. Long enough in the human body (in vivo) to kill bacteria effectively. Many, clinical ,tests were inconclusive, probably because it had been used as a surface
  32. And Strasbourg, where obtained his doctorate in 1908. In 1909, he commenced, clinical ,work under the psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin and did laboratory work with Franz
  33. While ADAM and MS both involve autoimmune declination, they differ in many, clinical , genetic, imaging,and histopathological aspects. Some authors consider MS and
  34. Associated with difficult behaviors and family stress, and are often a focus of, clinical ,attention over and above the primary ASD diagnosis. History A few examples of
  35. To other viruses. A single enzyme can destroy thousands of HIV viruses. Human, clinical ,trials will be the next step in producing treatment and perhaps even
  36. It can be difficult to test the efficacy of alternative medicine in, clinical ,trials. In instances where an established, effective,treatment for a condition
  37. The bark of Red Alder to treat lymphatic disorders and tuberculosis. Recent, clinical ,studies have verified that red alder contains Berlin and lapel, compounds
  38. That may be useful to increase the efficacy of current drugs have entered, clinical ,trials and are available to be used in therapeutic regimes. Applications
  39. Also takes the applied approach, looking at individual language development and, clinical ,issues. Literature Literary theory is the analysis of literature. Some say that
  40. Physicians found that 56 % of respondents said they had used a placebo in, clinical ,practice as well. Eighty-five percent of respondents believed placebos can have
  41. Brother, Noel Trevelyan (1891–1914),who committed suicide after a period of, clinical ,depression. Huxley began his learning in his father's well-equipped botanical
  42. Suffered from" melancholy ", a condition which now may be referred to as, clinical ,depression. Lincoln's father-in-law was based in Lexington, Kentucky; he and
  43. Branch of Christian teaching. Even in his study of medicine, and through his, clinical ,course, Schweitzer pursued the ideal of the philosopher-scientist. By extreme
  44. That" A small analgesic effect of acupuncture was found, which seems to lack, clinical ,relevance and cannot be clearly distinguished from bias. Whether needling at
  45. More, effective than this combination. According to a 1998 meta-analysis of, clinical ,trials for menstrual pain, aspirin demonstrated higher efficacy than placebo
  46. A good indication of what is happening inside the body. Classically, in, clinical , practice,acupuncture is highly individualized and based on philosophy and
  47. Are generally" older" antibiotics which have largely fallen out of use in, clinical ,practice. These include: Industrially the use of antibiotic resistance is
  48. Forms to constitute a spectrum, differing only in chronicity, severity,and, clinical ,course, while others consider them discretely different diseases. For some
  49. Philosophical idealism and metaphysics of its period. That which has continuing, clinical ,value needs to be reexamined through practice and research to determine its
  50. For use in research, particularly as inclusion/exclusion criteria for, clinical ,trials. Owing to a lack of clinical diagnostic criteria, some neurologists use

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