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DEVICE
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PROGRAM
SITUATIONS
ASSESSMENT
AUTHOR
EXPERIENCE
PATIENT
CLINICAL OUTCOME
WORLD SCOUT JAMBOREE
CHEMOTHERAPY
CERVICAL CYTOLOGY
LONG-TIME ADJUNCT
LIMITING ADJUNCT
ADJUNCT SYSTEMS
ADJUNCT TEST
FINITE SELF
CARDIAC MASSES
PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES
PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE
CAMP KOMMANDANT RICHARD BAER
ADJUNCT FACULTY POSITIONS
ADJUNCT SCHOLAR
IMPORTANT ADJUNCT
VALUABLE ADJUNCT
ADJUNCT PROFESSORS
ADJUNCT FACULTY MEMBERS
ADJUNCT FACULTY
CARIES
FLUORIDE
DIET
BOWEL
ASPECTS
STUDIES
ENTERTAINMENT
ROLE
MEDICINE
ANYTHING
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TYPE
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ENGLISH LANGUAGE
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Adjunct"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. If an adjunct is more significant in a sentence, it should be put to the middle group or even used as theme or as rheme.
  2. An adverbial adjunct is a sentence element that establishes the circumstances in which the action or state expressed by the verb take place.

Device

  1. In the author's practice, the use of this device as an adjunct to visual examination is an absolute because of its accuracy.

Construction

  1. An adjunct, broadly defined, is an optional constituent of a construction.

Program

  1. Driftnet can now operate as an adjunct to another program, and has been integrated with webcollage. (Web site)

Situations

  1. As an adjunct to normal mechanical brushing in situations where this may be compromised by discomfort or inadequacies. (Web site)

Assessment

  1. Incremental value of strain rate analysis as an adjunct to wall motion scoring for assessment of myocardial viability by dobutamine echocardiography.

Author

  1. Author and artists profiles close this book, which comics fans can enjoy on their own or as an adjunct to literature studies. (Web site)

Experience

  1. The experience of our first hundred patients where an antegrade biliary stent had been used as an adjunct to CBD closure has been encouraging. (Web site)

Patient

  1. The patient may also be referred for HPV DNA testing, which can serve as an adjunct to Pap testing.

Clinical Outcome

  1. Measurement of DNA content is a useful adjunct for making the histologic diagnosis of parathyroid carcinoma and prediction of the clinical outcome. (Web site)

World Scout Jamboree

  1. It is an adjunct to the World Scout Jamboree. (Web site)

Chemotherapy

  1. Green tea was shown to be an effective adjunct to chemotherapy in breast cancer patients.

Cervical Cytology

  1. Interim guidance for the use of human papillomavirus DNA testing as an adjunct to cervical cytology for screening. (Web site)

Long-Time Adjunct

  1. So, who am I? I am a general dentist with many years of experience in general dentistry and a long-time adjunct dental school faculty member.

Limiting Adjunct

  1. But upadhi also means a limiting adjunct. (Web site)

Adjunct Systems

  1. Adjunct Systems This will examine the use of GNU Bayonne as an adjunct to existing telephony equipment. (Web site)

Adjunct Test

  1. D-dimer is recommended as an adjunct test.

Finite Self

  1. In essence it is not different from Maya (pronounced Māyā). Avidya relates to the finite Self while Maya is an adjunct of the cosmic Self.

Cardiac Masses

  1. MRI as an adjunct to echocardiography for the diagnostic imaging of cardiac masses. (Web site)

Prepositional Phrases

  1. Prepositional phrases generally act as complements and adjunct s of noun phrase s and verb phrase s. (Web site)

Prepositional Phrase

  1. The second grammatical form that can perform the grammatical function of adjunct is the prepositional phrase.
  2. It contains prepositional phrase at the end of the street, which acts as an adjunct.

Camp Kommandant Richard Baer

  1. The album was created and owned by Karl Hocker, an adjunct to camp Kommandant Richard Baer. (Web site)

Adjunct Faculty Positions

  1. He has also held adjunct faculty positions at the Barry University School of Law and the University of Evansville. (Web site)

Adjunct Scholar

  1. Gene Callahan is an adjunct scholar at the Ludwig von Mises Institute and the author of the book, Economics For Real People. (Web site)

Important Adjunct

  1. TEE may become an important adjunct to transthoracic echocardiography in the assessment of aortic stenosis severity.

Valuable Adjunct

  1. This valuable adjunct can obviate the need for liver biopsy to check for cirrhosis and help assess prognosis.
  2. Nasal douching as a valuable adjunct in the management of chronic rhinosinusitis.

Adjunct Professors

  1. It has a faculty of approximately 50 full-time and adjunct professors.
  2. The appointment of distinguished persons from outside the University as Adjunct Professors in the School optimises these links. (Web site)

Adjunct Faculty Members

  1. Universities may offer these services at the same rates as other faculty or adjunct faculty members.

Adjunct Faculty

  1. Excessive reliance on an adjunct faculty can damage individual faculty members, students, institutions, and the profession. (Web site)
  2. A model for the evaluation, development, support and professional advancement of adjunct faculty.

Caries

  1. Professional topical fluoride application is an adjunct to oral fluoride supplementation used for the prevention of dental caries. (Web site)

Fluoride

  1. Both high and low concentrations of fluoride could be useful as an adjunct to traditional mechanical plaque control therapy.

Diet

  1. Acarbose is used with stable Type 2 patients as an adjunct to diet and exercise to reduce blood glucose levels. (Web site)

Bowel

  1. Controlled trial of intravenous hyperalimentation and total bowel rest as an adjunct to the routine therapy of acute colitis. (Web site)

Aspects

  1. The Vedānga (adjunct to Veda) called Jyautisha (literally, "celestial body study") prescribed all the aspects of the Hindu calendars. (Web site)

Studies

  1. However, a literature search did not identify any controlled studies that evaluated the effectiveness of spinal endoscopy as an adjunct to epidural lysis.

Entertainment

  1. Computer simulations build on, and are a useful adjunct to purely mathematical models in science and technology and entertainment.

Role

  1. The role of hematopoietic growth factors as adjunct to treatment in these patients is unclear.
  2. Further research will also help us fully understand its role as an immunomodulator and determine its potential as an adjunct to conventional cancer therapy. (Web site)
  3. The role of adjunct faculty in distance learning.

Medicine

  1. John Allen is a research scientist and adjunct associate professor in the Department of Neurology at the University of Iowa College of Medicine. (Web site)
  2. A truly lovely herb if you are wanting to prevent heart disease, it's also helpful as an adjunct to other medicine.

Anything

  1. To date, no single diagnostic model has been validated in an adequate sample of patients as anything more than an adjunct to physician judgement. (Web site)

Seizures

  1. When benzodiazepines are used as an adjunct in the treatment of seizures, an increase in dosage of the primary agent may be required. (Web site)
  2. Valproate is usually prescribed for the seizures; TPM may be a useful adjunct (Aykutlu et al 2005). (Web site)

Type

  1. JANUVIA is indicated as an adjunct to diet and exercise to improve glycemic control in adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Conjunction

  1. The event is held in October in conjunction with JOTI. It is an adjunct to the World Scout Jamboree.

Forms

  1. It is unlike other forms of music that serve merely as an adjunct to other forms of entertainment.

English Language

  1. The two grammatical forms that can function as the adjunct in the English language are adverb phrases and prepositional phrases.
  2. The following article explains the two grammatical forms that can function as the grammatical adjunct in the English language.

Diabetes

  1. Consider the following Diabetes - Oolong tea may be an effective adjunct to oral hypoglycemic agents in the treatment of type 2 diabetes.

Obesity

  1. GH has been used as an adjunct to severe calorie restriction for obesity.

Recommended

  1. Therefore, it should not be recommended routinely as an adjunct to the immunosuppressive therapy for patients with aplastic anemia. (Web site)
  2. This class is recommended as an adjunct to all Dance and Theater classes.
  3. It's recommended by Dentists, and an effective adjunct to all current oral hygiene recommendations by dentists.

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