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Individual breast cancers of all subtypes average approximately 5 nonrecurrent fusion genes per tumor sample (86), and this is even more prevalent in TNBC.
Women who have a personal history of VTE associated with a nonrecurrent risk factor should be screened.
The employer is not required to allow a member of the National Guard to return to work if (1) the employer's circumstances have so changed as to make employment impossible or unreasonable or employment would impose an undue hardship on the employer; (2) the employment from which the member left to serve will be for a brief, nonrecurrent period and there is no reasonable expectation that such employment will continue indefinitely or for a significant period; or (3) the employer had legally sufficient cause to terminate the member at the time the member left for active duty.
Fallers were classified as recurrent (two or more falls within 6 months) or nonrecurrent.
Sentences A, B, and C are fixed and recur unaltered in each recipe, but D has a special structure allowing for a variable and nonrecurrent feature.
Two hundred and forty adults with acute nonrecurrent sinusitis were randomly assigned to four groups.
Nodular (pseudosarcomatous) fasciitis, a nonrecurrent lesion: Clinicopathologic study of 134 cases.
They have also used nonrecurrent funding to demonstrate the value of programs which have not traditionally been core library business.
Moreover, the travel delay cost accounts for recurrent congestion but not nonrecurrent congestion.
71) Excellent results were reported during this trial with minimal complications and included: six proximal femur fractures, two partial femoral nerve palsies, 16 lateral femoral cutaneous nerve (LFCN) palsies (nine resolved), one late infection, two cases of nonrecurrent dislocation, and one deep vein thrombosis.
Revenues from operating activities, excluding nonrecurrent items, rose 9.
The epidemiology of WNV in Europe differs from that in America and has only been associated with nonrecurrent, sporadic outbreaks.