readaptation


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readaptation

(ˌriːædæpˈteɪʃən)
n
a process or example of adapting something again or the state of being adapted again
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Au debut des travaux de la reunion, le Bureau politique a aborde la politique en cours dans le milieu medical, a l'occasion notamment du processus d'adoption de la loi 45.13 relative a l'exercice des professions de reeducation, de readaptation et de rehabilitation fonctionnelle et visant a renover la reglementation de la profession des opticiens lunetiers.
La voie constitutionnelle, qui ne devra pas "reproduire le meme systeme, mais permettre l'expression des differents courants de la societe", exige, selon l'universitaire, des "prealables a mettre en oeuvre avant l'enclenchement du processus", citant l'ouverture des espaces d'expression et la readaptation de la reglementation, entre autre, le code electoral.
Henrique Santillo Rehabilitation and Readaptation Center in Goiania, Brazil, and colleagues in a letter to the editor published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Once they were successfully rescued the teenagers passed, and are currently passing, through a long period of readaptation. Their brain is comparing the original physiopsychological default values and parameters exhibited prior to the experience in the cave; the physiopsychological maps of adaptation (which registered trauma and responses to it) in the period the teenagers were trapped in the cave; and the new physiopsychological values and parameters of life following rescue so as to reach a reconstructed homeostatic adaptive memory to allow the teenagers to engage in their everyday lives from that moment on.
and New Line Cinema's "It" proved to be a box-office smash over the weekend as (https://www.warnerbros.com/studio/news/new-line-cinema%E2%80%99s-it-has-fearsome-record-shattering-debut) it opened to $123 million. Based on the acclaimed Stephen King novel of the same name, the big-screen readaptation enforced the long-existing idea that clowns are still terrifying.
MOTS CLES: chiropratique, genou, lesion du point d'angle postero-externe, readaptation, test d'hypermobilite externe
Participants were recruited from an occupational rehabilitation program at the Institui de readaptation en deficience physique de Quebec from October 2007 to November 2009.
Fernandez Menendez said Eduardo Guerrero Duran, who serves as commissioner for prevention and readaptation for the interior ministry (Secretaria de Gobernacion, SEGOB), might have played a significant role in choosing to move Guzman Loera to the Juarez site.