7 A severe deficiency of ADAMTS-13 activity is a specific finding
for most patients with a diagnosis of thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) but is not present in those with a diagnosis of haemolytic uraemic syndrome.
FURTHER to our article of "Sexomniac Cleared Of Raping Teen girl" of July 5, we have been asked to point out that the jury found Stephen Davies not guilty of rape and, although he did admit to having sex with partners previously while asleep, and denies having sex with the alleged victim, the jury did not make a specific finding
that he had sex while suffering from sexomnia.
He said: "In this particular case there is no specific finding
that tells you what the cause of death was.
Denett made no specific finding
on whether the GSA exemption violates the Small Business Act.
a contingent fee is a fee established for the performance of any service pursuant to an arrangement in which no fee will be charged unless a specific finding
or result is obtained, or in which the amount of the fee is otherwise dependent upon the finding or result of such service.
said in an statement: 'While there was no one specific finding
of fault, investigation results indicate Cpl.
However, bone erosion is not a specific finding
in aspergillosis of the paranasal sinuses; it can also be seen in tumors and even in hypertrophic sinusitis.
Similarly, basophilic stippling on a blood smear with or without anemia can be seen on a routine laboratory evaluation, but it is neither a sensitive nor a specific finding
34] In addition, the surveillance order may be issued only if the reviewing judge makes a specific finding
to that effect.
Vidmar, a professor at Duke University, is actually correct in his specific finding
Lord Hutton made a very specific finding
about the allegation that the (Iraq weapons) dossier was so-called 'sexed-up' or that intelligence was falsified, that that allegation was wrong," he said.
The team's specific finding
involved establishing how E.