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The aim of this study was to ascertain the frequency of cognitive dysfunction in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus in a Pakistani population.
A total of 43 patients were selected from both outpatient and inpatient departments after sample size calculation (95% Confidence level, 10% margin of error and taking frequency of cognitive dysfunction in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus of 87%).
Zhang xiaopu believes that the concept of the system is mainly reflected in the financial structure and the impact of associated other parties at the same time and summarizes the systemic risk characteristics of sudden, contagious, complex, etc.
Childhood-onset systemic lupus erythematosus (cSLE) is one of the most common systemic autoimmune disease in children.
The global systemic lupus erythematous drugs market is classified on the basis of molecule and region.
Chapter 2 deals with the financial crisis of 2007/ 2008 as a case study of systemic financial risk.
The systemic approach is well suited to address fatalities that are widely distributed on the highway system, such as the Nation's rural and local systems, which are parts of our national system that have a large percentage of fatalities and serious injuries," says Associate Administrator Tony Furst of the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) Office of Safety.
What is important about the concept of a systemic risk tax and why it should be studied is that taxes aimed at managing systemic risk look to harness tax policy concepts for the purpose of supplementing (or perhaps even supplanting) some existing regulation in the financial sector.
It has been proposed that inflammation in systemic JIA is mediated by IL-1, and thus that the inhibition of IL-1's proinflammatory effects would be an attractive therapeutic strategy.
In testimony prepared for a congressional subcommittee last March, the American Academy of Actuaries supported the establishment of a governmental regulatory function responsible for managing systemic risk and minimizing the impact of future events that can destabilize the economy.
Consider a ten-year period and assume that there are nine years of "normal" average returns, followed by a "bad year" caused by the systemic risk component.
Section 2 explains the essence of the systemic description on an example of an arbitrary object behaving stochastically.

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