coadjutant


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co·ad·ju·tant

 (kō-ăj′ə-tənt)
n.
A helper; an assistant.

coadjutant

(kəʊˈædʒətənt)
adj
cooperating
n
a helper

co•ad•ju•tant

(koʊˈædʒ ə tənt)
n.
an assistant; aide.
[1700–10]
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coadjutant

noun
A person who holds a position auxiliary to another and assumes some of the superior's responsibilities:
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The majority of temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD) has occlusal alterations as predisposing or coadjutant factor, which has been identified as responsible for the impairment of masticatory muscles.
Abundant preclinical and clinical findings support that PRP is a promising coadjutant treatment for cartilage repair and relieving symptoms based on its anabolic effect on the resident cells and due to its potential to inhibit inflammation and alleviate OA symptoms with a clinically acceptable safety profile [46].
The immunization scheme was as follow: six inocula every 15 days using Complete Freund's coadjutant, and two boosters every 22 days employing Incomplete Freund's coadjutant.