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adjunct

adjective accessory, addendum, addition, appanage, appendage, augmentation, branch, complement, component, corollary, subordinate part, supplement
Foreign phrases: Sublato principali, tollitur adjunctum.By the removal of the principal thing, the adjunct is taken also.
See also: addendum, addition, additive, allonge, ancillary, appendix, appliance, appurtenance, appurtenant, associate, attachment, backer, coactor, coconspirator, codicil, colleague, confederate, consociate, copartner, corollary, pendent, rider, supplement, supplementary
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Hence, it appears that although Medicaid participants are adjunctively eligible for WIC, WIC participation is not simply a proxy for Medicaid coverage.
(56) Additional periodontal microbiological alterations suggested as beneficial changes in adjunctively treated sites compared with SRP alone have also been reported (DOX gel and MIN microspheres).
GnRHa has been used adjunctively to progestins as a second- line therapy with successful fertility preserving treatment.6 We achieved a com- plete response for 2 patients by adding GnRHa to megestrol acetate.
The use of hypnosis applied adjunctively as an anaesthetic to other modalities of treatment is well illustrated (DiBona, 1979; Morse & Wilcko, 1979; Carnow, 1991) and has proven its effectiveness with post-operative pain control (Wolf & Millet, 1960).
It is advised that screening methods are used adjunctively for the purpose of screening individuals.
Cervista HPV 16/18 test results should be interpreted alongside, or as a follow-up to, a Cervista HPV HR test result, adjunctively with cytology.
Although FAP has been studied and used adjunctively with other therapeutic approaches (see for example, Kanter, Kohlenberg & Tsai, 2010) in North America, in the Ibero-America review conducted, we did not find FAP being used with therapeutic approaches other than ACT (Acceptance and Commitment therapy).
People enrolled in other programs such as Medicaid, SNAP, or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families are adjunctively income eligible to receive WIC benefits.
This column has featured certain dental lasers used adjunctively, along with conventional scaling.
642 (1999); James Knoll et al., Clinical Experience Using Gabapentin Adjunctively in Patients with a History of Mania or Hypomania, 49 J.
Used adjunctively with cervical cytology to screen women 30 years and older to assess the presence or absence of high-risk HPV types.
The issue becomes a bit less clear in cases where explicitly religious interventions are being used adjunctively without comprising common therapeutic relational factors.