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326) nty patients were recruited for a maximum treatment period of 14 days.
327) erature increase during the 15- or 30-min treatment period.
328) cant differences between two groups after treatment/observation period (p = 0.01
329) ewater effluent from municipal wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) is a significant
330) water samples from three large wastewater treatment plants in Belgium.
331) ease and decrease in total annual cost of treatment plants.
332) Treatment success (disappearance of the ov
333) ion, factors with a possible influence on treatment success and pregnancy outcome as
334) Overall treatment success rate of the patients enr
335) After treatment, the dentin chips were collected
336) As there is no effective treatment, the focus is on prevention.
337) Following ARV treatment, the profile of each subject's v
338) nosis of hepatitis C virus (HCV), and its treatment to avert cirrhosis, is often pre
339) tested continuous CO2 laser as a surface treatment to dental porcelain and compared
340) n in high doses could act as a protective treatment to improve liver metabolism.
341) DT delivered only once (group B), or sham treatment without activating the laser (gr
342) tained result proved the efficacy of this treatment without complications.
343) sease enables continuation of appropriate treatment without reducing the quality of
344) ts were subjected to the most appropriate treatment after considering their preferen
345) hough electromagnetic fields are used for treatment after surgery, many patients pre
346) Fe-NTA treatment also enhanced the hepatic micros
347) Licorice treatment also reduced myonecrosis, edema,
348) tions for site remediation and wastewater treatment are currently in research and de
349) s are important because the diagnosis and treatment are often complicated in these c
350) Treatment can be surgical or percutaneous.
351) While DES treatment can accelerate the growth of ute
352) a decreasing trend along with increase in treatment concentration and almost no dete
353) d fish increased with the increase in the treatment concentration and treatment time
354) We evaluated all ART treatment cycles during 7 consecutive year
355) om assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment cycles.
356) In addition, treatment effects and subgroups can be mod
357) atification provides a way to think about treatment effects conditional on post-rand
358) pared with those in the unsupervised self-treatment group, had significantly lower r
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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 ---