Related to Intervent: intervention


v. t.1.To thwart; to obstruct.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Semin Intervent Radiol, 27(4): 348-359 retrieved January 5, 2018 from
According to one report on PCS authored by interventional radiologists, the diagnosis of PCS is confirmed with the venographic findings of ovarian vein diameter greater than 6 mm, retrograde ovarian or pelvic venous flow, presence of several tortuous collateral pelvic venous pathways, and delayed or stagnant clearance on contrast (Semin Intervent Radiol.
Among students who did report incidents to school authorities, only 39% said that reporting resulted in effective intervent ion by staff.
All sexual offences are referred dire to the Police/WACPU for medic examination and police intervent
JERICHO, March 4, 2012 (WAFA) - Fatah Central Committee Member Saeb Erekat Sunday called on the United Nations and the Europeon union to promplty intervent to end the policy of administrative dentention, which was cancelled during the British Mandate in 1948.
We are supportive of this and hope that legal intervent ions will not be necessary in the future."
Major Finding: The rate of blood pressure control was a significant 8% higher in black men attending barbershops that participated in an active intervent on than n those attending a comparison group of barbershops in Texas.