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677804 occurrences (No.8 in the rank) during 5 years in the PubMed. [cache]
265) ated wounds were used as controls for the treatment groups (n = 4).
266) Animals of the three treatment groups were given with different
267) Animals were randomly divided into 4 treatment groups.
268) ted polychromatic erythrocytes across the treatment groups.
269) ters were appreciated between control and treatment groups.
270) s significantly lower compared with other treatment groups.
271) Treatment options are limited, with open s
272) Treatment options differ depending on the
273) Multiple treatment options exist and have variable
274) plates are the most useful and effective treatment options for hypertrophic scars (
275) n and helping them to choose the adequate treatment options to control microbial inf
276) t and critical attitudes to screening and treatment options.
277) hypercoagulability did not resolve during treatment or for up to 1 month following a
278) dosing, safety monitoring, and during of treatment or long-term outcomes for propra
279) roup of children to assess their need for treatment or other psychosocial interventi
280) nor disagreements, which would not affect treatment or prognosis, were present in 21
281) disagreements, which would affect either treatment or prognosis, were present in 37
282) Furthermore, randomness of treatment allocation could be significantl
283) ariate are prevented with a small cost in treatment allocation randomness.
284) ous types, and preserve the randomness of treatment allocation.
285) Minimization lacks the randomness of treatment allocation.
286) alysis, refugees had greater odds of LTBI treatment completion (Adjusted Odds Ratio
287) Overall, LTBI treatment completion remains suboptimal.
288) At BCHD-TB, LTBI treatment completion was significantly hig
289) , and to identify factors associated with treatment completion.
290) imum efficiency (maximum variance) of the treatment effect estimator.
291) three degrees of freedom score tests for treatment effect in the TED and give formu
292) or rate and power for hypothesis test for treatment effect on continuous outcomes ar
293) and Health Survey to estimate the average treatment effect on the treated, it is fou
294) s developing severe adverse effects under treatment showed significantly lower basal
295) l predictions of the osteochondral defect treatment showed that the shear stress at
296) Short and long-term bendiocarb treatment showed the central vein thickene
297) Different methods of treatment showed varied success but none i
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(2)53 *null* (15)4 were (28)3 to (41)2 led
(3)38 with (16)3 as (29)3 without (42)2 may
(4)29 for (17)3 by (30)2 after (43)2 program
(5)23 and (18)3 cycle (31)2 also (44)2 protocols
(6)11 in (19)3 group (32)2 are (45)2 response
(7)9 was (20)3 modalities (33)2 can (46)2 schizophrenia
(8)6 groups (21)3 on (34)2 concentration (47)2 seems
(9)6 options (22)3 option (35)2 cycles (48)2 significantly
(10)5 or (23)3 outcomes (36)2 effects (49)2 strategies
(11)4 allocation (24)3 period (37)2 group,
(12)4 completion (25)3 plants (38)2 induced
(13)4 effect (26)3 success (39)2 is

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--- WordNet output for treatment --- =>1.取り扱い, 扱い, 治療, 待遇, 処理, 処置, 2.台本, シナリオ Overview of noun treatment The noun treatment has 4 senses (first 4 from tagged texts) 1. (28) treatment, intervention -- (care provided to improve a situation (especially medical procedures or applications that are intended to relieve illness or injury)) 2. (25) treatment, handling -- (the management of someone or something; "the handling of prisoners"; "the treatment of water sewage"; "the right to equal treatment in the criminal justice system") 3. (4) treatment -- (a manner of dealing with something artistically; "his treatment of space borrows from Italian architecture") 4. (2) discussion, treatment, discourse -- (an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic; "the book contains an excellent discussion of modal logic"; "his treatment of the race question is badly biased") --- WordNet end ---