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cheville

(ʃəˈviː)
n
1. (Instruments) the peg or pin at the end of the string in a musical instrument that can be turned in order to tune the string
2. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a phrase or a word that has little or no meaning and is included just to fill in a gap or finish off a line of poetry
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Objectif : Expliquer en detail la presentation de la chondrocalcinose articulaire (CCA) dans l'articulation de cheville. Cet expose de cas a pour but d'informer les professionnels de la sante a propos de la presentation de ce trouble dans un endroit inhabituel et de discuter du diagnostic, du traitement potentiel et des strategies de prise en charge pour un patient atteint de CCA.
At 1 year follow up nuclear grade did not prove significant prognostic predictor of for disease free survival at 1 year on univariate analysis (p value 0.156) in contrast to Fuhrman grade as significant and independent prognostic parameter for renal cell carcinoma patients in other studies by Lohse CM, Blute ML, Zincke H, WeaverAL and Cheville. (12,13,14,15)
Cheville et al .[sup][5] reported the incidence of sarcomatoid transformation was approximately 5.2% in CCRCC.
Andrea Cheville, a Mayo Clinic expert on exercise in the elderly.
Comme il l'a reconnu, cela faisait "bien longtemps" que Parker, touche a une cheville le mois dernier, ne s'etait pas senti aussi bien.
Lead author Dr Andrea Cheville said: "Most people were unaware inactivity contributes to vulnerability to cancer symptoms.
"As doctors, we often tell patients that exercise is important, but to this point, nobody had studied what patients know about exercise, how they feel about it and what tends to get in the way," Andrea Cheville, lead author from Mayo Clinic, said.
Schmitz, K.H., Ahmed, R.L., Troxel, A., Cheville, A., Smith, R., Lewis-Grant, L., ...
Cheville (veterinary pathology emeritus, Iowa State U.) integrates the basic concepts of pathology into clinical practice as he describes the processes of injury, death and adaptive responses and covers cell death and cell recovery, cellular responses to sublethal injury, inflammation, wound healing and regeneration, hemostasis and thrombosis, hemodynamic disorders, neoplasia, host responses and the genetics of cancer, causes of cancer, immunologic disorders, genetic disorders and teratology, and the aforesaid new chapters.
Vacuous student essays can receive high marks only because they are error-free," Julie Cheville, a Rutgers University literacy education professor, told the New York Times.