Nonrecurrent


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Non`re`cur´rent


a.1.Not recurring.
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A 2003 study that examined approximately 13,000 claims among women aged 18-75 years with acute cystitis enrolled in a preferred provider care organization during 1997-1999 (7) found that the antibiotics most commonly dispensed within 3 days of a nonrecurrent episode of cystitis were fluoroquinolones (32%), trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (37%), and nitrofurantoin (16%).
The proceeds from this transaction are nonrecurrent.
We commissioned additional recurrent and nonrecurrent activity for 2016/17 which was planned to increase access for patients, but this was regrettably offset in part by the resignation of a significant value contract in Dolgellau.
has dosed the first patient in its Phase 2 clinical trial of AVB-620 in women with primary, nonrecurrent breast cancer who are undergoing surgery, the company said.
Oncology company Avelas Biosciences Inc reported on Thursday the start of treatment of its first patient under its Phase 2 clinical trial of AVB-620 in women with primary, nonrecurrent breast cancer undergoing surgery.
Active traffic management incorporates a collection of strategies enabling the dynamic management of recurrent and nonrecurrent congestion based on prevailing traffic conditions.
Detecting and identifying nonrecurrent laryngeal nerve with the application of intraoperative neuromonitoring during thyroid and parathyroid operation.
The presence of a nonrecurrent inferior laryngeal nerve (NRILN) is a significant risk factor for nerve injury during thyroid, parathyroid, and vascular surgeries involving the paratracheal area of the head and neck.
The RLN is most vulnerable to injury during the last 2 to 3 cm of its course, but also can be damaged if the surgeon is not alert to the possibility of nerve branches and the presence of a nonrecurrent nerve, particularly on the right side.
Known as a nonrecurrent RLN, this anomaly is found exclusively on the right side (except in patients with transposition of the great vessels) and is associated with an anomalous retro-esophageal right subclavian artery.
In fact, we also recommend LNM for patients with latent nonrecurrent LN associated with a retroesophageal right subclavian artery, those with previous neck surgery or irradiation, those with palpable lymphadenopathy, and those with nodules showing RLN invasion or compression on USG and requiring open thyroidectomy.
However, most studies did not measure suPAR levels in recurrent versus nonrecurrent FSGS [11-24].