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IMMEDIATE CIRCUMCISION GROUP
ERADICATION GROUP
EXERCISE GROUP
ICD GROUP
DICLOFENAC GROUP
SERUM FERRITIN
CONFOUNDING
STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT
CONSTIPATED PATIENTS
MEAN RESPONSE
IDENTICAL MANNER
LESION DEPTH
PIOGLITAZONE GROUP
OCTREOTIDE GROUP
NON-ACUPOINTS CONTROL GROUP
HYDROXYUREA GROUP
HISTORIC CONTROL GROUP
GABEXATE GROUP
DYSLEXIC GROUP
D-DIMER GROUP
ONSET SCHIZOPHRENIA GROUP RELATIVE
CONTROL GROUP VS
AGE-MATCHED CONTROL GROUP
ESRD
TAXUS LIBERTE STENT
HISTORICAL CONTROL GROUP
ONSET SCHIZOPHRENIA GROUP
NON-ACUPOINT CONTROL GROUP
STUDY GROUP
BLOOD
MONITORING
ANIMALS
EXPERIMENTS
CONCENTRATIONS
LACK
EXPERIMENT
CHILDREN
SEX
DIFFERENCES
SERUM
MEANS
MEAN
REDUCTION
RATE
ADDITION
METHYL GROUP
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Definitions

  1. Control group was available for the leukemia group and included 31 acute myeloid leukemia patients.
  2. The control group was matched with the case group by age, gender, and iron consumption.
  3. In the control group, the total cholesterol level was reduced at the end of the study, but the difference was not significant.
  4. In the control group, the only significant decline was observed in a patient who received antibiotics during the study period (no.
  5. The control group was made up of healthy adults without spine problems.

Immediate Circumcision Group

  1. Only 92 couples in the immediate circumcision group and 67 in the control group were included in the final analysis.

Eradication Group

  1. After three years, a second stomach cancer had developed in nine patients in the eradication group compared with 24 in the control group.

Exercise Group

  1. Forty CRC patients will be recruited through oncology clinics and randomised to an exercise group or a usual care control group.

Icd Group

  1. There were fewer sudden cardiac deaths in the ICD group than in the control group (27 vs.

Diclofenac Group

  1. It occurred in 17 of 102 patients in the control group (16.7%) and in 17 of 105 patients in diclofenac group (16.2%).

Serum Ferritin

  1. Objectives: This study aims to compare serum ferritin of the first degree relatives of diabetic patients with the control group.

Confounding

  1. We try to assure that the treatment group and the control group are not very different on any extraneous (or confounding) variables.

Statistically Significant

  1. Although it is not statistically significant, this suggests that patients in the control group were sicker.

Constipated Patients

  1. Results Selenium levels of constipated patients were significantly lower than control group (p<0.05).

Mean Response

  1. For example: The mean response to treatment being tested is equal to the mean response to the placebo in the control group.

Identical Manner

  1. Rats in the control group (n=12) were handled in an identical manner without pulsed electromagnetic stimulation.

Lesion Depth

  1. The lesion depth of the 250 ppm fluoride group and the control group were not found to be statistically significantly different (Fig.

Pioglitazone Group

  1. A total of 28 patients were randomly assigned to the control group and 26 patients were assigned to the pioglitazone group.

Octreotide Group

  1. The six month survival rates were 41 percent for patients in the octreotide group and 42 percent for patients in the control group.
  2. The median survival time was 4.7 months in the octreotide group compared with 5.3 months in the control group.

Non-Acupoints Control Group

  1. The final strategies for this study are therefore defined as three acupoints treatment groups and one non-acupoints control group.

Hydroxyurea Group

  1. Both groups were followed for a median of 27 months (range in the hydroxyurea group, 2.5 to 42 months; range in the control group, 3.8 to 40 months).
  2. Five were in the hydroxyurea group, and four were in the control group.

Historic Control Group

  1. Results were compared with a historic control group of children who had received potassium iodide for thyroid protection during MIBG administration.

Gabexate Group

  1. Among these patients, 78 patients were in the gabexate group and 105 patients were in the control group.

Dyslexic Group

  1. Activations in the right frontal cortex were larger in the dyslexic group than in the control group for both speech and acoustic modes relative to rest.

D-Dimer Group

  1. RESULTS: Five hundred thirty patients were randomly assigned to the control group, and 566 to the D-dimer group.

Onset Schizophrenia Group Relative

  1. Blue regions denote areas of grey matter deficits in the early onset schizophrenia group relative to the control group.

Control Group Vs

  1. It was found that the total volume of the hippocampus remained constant, from the control group vs.

Age-Matched Control Group

  1. That study compared 738 male riders from a Boston cycling club with an age-matched control group of runners.
  2. White matter lesions in patients with idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus and in an age-matched control group: a comparative study.

Esrd

  1. Transsulfuration rate and metabolic homocysteine clearance were not significantly altered by folic acid treatment in both the ESRD and the control group.

Taxus Liberte Stent

  1. Cardiac death for the control group was 0.9 percent compared to 0.8 percent for the TAXUS Liberte Stent (p=1.00).

Historical Control Group

  1. In these studies, 568 adult patients were treated with Argatroban and 193 adult patients made up the historical control group.

Onset Schizophrenia Group

  1. Figure 1. Grey matter regional differences between early onset schizophrenia group (n = 18) and control group (n = 18).
  2. Figure 2. White matter regional differences between early onset schizophrenia group (n = 18) and control group (n = 18).

Non-Acupoint Control Group

  1. Patients will be informed that they may be assigned to an acupuncture group, a non-acupoint control group, or the itopride control group.

Study Group

  1. RESULTS: Four hundred thirty-four infants were enrolled, 217 in the study group and 217 in the control group.

Blood

  1. Blood pressure and heart rate remained stable in the control group.
  2. In group C, the control group, all aspirated blood was returned into the circulation.
  3. By the final day, blood pressure was 11% lower in the treatment group, compared to only 4% in the control group.

Monitoring

  1. Patients in the control group received usual care (blood pressure monitoring by their practice).
  2. Frequency of monitoring of patients in the control group was at the discretion of the general practitioner.

Animals

  1. C). No gastric ulcers were found in animals with TN2Δ cagE or animals of the control group (Fig.

Experiments

  1. In most experiments there is a control group and a treatment group.

Concentrations

  1. Apolipoprotein B concentrations were 6.2% and 8.4% lower in the low- and high-sterol groups, respectively, than in the control group.

Lack

  1. The editorial writers caution however that the study was limited by the small number of patients studied and the lack of a control group.
  2. However, the study is today heavily criticized for errors in experimental procedures, specifically the lack of a control group and blindedness.
  3. Post-approval observational studies usually lack a control group, which means establishing causality between a treatment and an event is impossible.

Experiment

  1. Note that there are equal numbers of patients assigned to the experiment and the control group in each block.

Children

  1. Both children in the control group and intervention group will be referred to a dentist if found to need restorative care.
  2. Children with congenital heart disease had significantly more caries in their primary teeth than the control group.
  3. Between 2003 and 2004, we evaluated 20 patients in the study group and 20 children in the control group.

Sex

  1. Each case was matched to 25 people of the same age and sex with no neuropathy as a control group.

Differences

  1. However, there were differences in how the memory worked in the brain injury patients vs those in the control group.

Serum

  1. Serum total and LDL-cholesterol concentrations were higher in the betaine group than in the control group.

Means

  1. A RR of < 1 means the event is less likely to occur in the experimental group than in the control group.

Mean

  1. We observed a significant decrease in lumbar bone loss in relation to the calcium supplementation (mean loss after 2 yr of 3.5% in the control group vs.

Reduction

  1. The cholesterol of the olive oil group was reduced by twenty points, whereas the control group saw only a reduction of an average seventeen points.

Rate

  1. The rate of progression to cirrhosis (stage 4) was significantly less in the UDCA group than in the control group (13% vs.

Addition

  1. We used a control group of 210 healthy blood donors in addition to a cancer group of 78 CRC patients.
  2. In addition, the control group had only 18% incidence of peripancreatic infections and less biliary pancreatitis that the treatment group (44% versus 24%).

Methyl Group

  1. However, the methyl group of the S-adenosylmethionine turned over much more slowly in the livers from zinc-deficient rats than in either control group.

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