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Constrictive pericarditis in 26 patients with histologically normal pericardial thickness.
Although troops typically express relief at a diagnosis, the prognosis for constrictive bronchiolitis is grim.
Constrictive bronchiolitis, in which tiny airways become narrowed, has rendered some soldiers unfit for active duty.
Bronchiolarization may occur in the setting of healed bronchiolitis or interstitial fibrosis and may also be found in association with chronic hypersensitivity pneumonitis, constrictive bronchiolitis, or bronchiectasis.
Wear constrictive clothing, especially around the waist.
Yet within the confines of this stifling and constrictive environment there flowered some astonishing music.
Should that continue to be the case, Mosley will entrust deputies Marco Piccinini and Franco Lucchese to do his bidding while he performs to the best of his constrictive abilities.
Should that continue to be the case, Mosley will entrust deputies Marco Piccinini and Franco Lucchese to do his bidding whilst he performs to the best of his constrictive abilities.
Generally, there are three main pyramids' shapes: expansive, constrictive, and stationary (Figure 1).
For flights longer than six hours, patients, with or without risk for VTE, should avoid constrictive clothing around the lower extremities and waist, avoid dehydration, and engage in frequent calf muscle stretching.
Unlike other programs, Web Studio does not limit a page's design to constrictive table layouts.
Although the initial idea behind the summit was to whittle down a series of broad topics into three simple goals, Gillis says this approach proved to be too constrictive to adequately represent the North's interests.