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Some studies have suggested that children with chronical disorders may be at risk of school absenteeism, participation in school and sporting activities, and the development of behavior and emotional disorders (23,24).
It was found that, at the expense of less toxic alternatives, the most commonly used psychopharmacological drugs during critical and chronical states of mental alterations were: Fluoxetine, Sertraline, Imipramine, Lithium Carbonate, Haloperidol, Clozapine, Risperidone, Olanzapine, Diazepam, Alprazolam, Lorazepam, and Buspirone.
The anti-ecumenical movements are part of this plurality, they are the expression of the chronical arrhythmias at the core of the Orthodox Church.
Pilonidal disease (PD) is an acquired, chronical disease caused by penetration of hairs into the sacrococcygeal subcutaneous tissue and formation of foreign body reaction (1,2).
Use of conventional wood stoves in hilly areas of Pakistan, specifically AJK, is one of the major reasons for deforestation and growing number of chronical diseases in mountain communities.
The Pfister also has a Narrator, a writer hired to chronical the daily life and spirit of the beloved property.
Psoriasis, vitiligo, acne vulgaris, chronical eczema, acne rosacea, neurofibroma, Darier's disease, and some other diseases that affect the appearance of the skin may also affect the psyche by changing a person's self-image as well as some aspects of his or her social life (10, 11).
Sudan is facing multiple crises, mainly due to unclear political vision to tackle them, the current chronical economic problem is the manifestation of that.
In conformity with the International Ankle Consortium chronical ankle instability was measured by the by the Cumberland Ankle Instability Tool (CAIT).
Demographic characteristics of the patients included in the study Characteristics n (%) Gender Male 30 (46.2) Female 35 (53.8) Comorbid disease DM 16 (24.6) HT 37 (56.9) CAD/HF 20 (30.6) CVD 6 (9.2) AF 10 (15.4) Smoking 17 (26.2) Carotid stenosis 2 (3.1) COPD 5 (7.7) CKF 2 (3.1) Antiplatelet agent use No 37 (56.9) Aspirin 20 (30.8) Clopidogrel 5 (7.7) Coumadin 1 (1.5) Aspirin + clopidogrel 2 (3.1) GCS <12 16 (24.6) 13 12 (18.5) 14 21 (32.3) 15 16 (24.6) DM: diabetes mellitus; HT: hypertension; CAD: coronary artery disease; HF: heart failure; CVD: cerebrovascular disease; AF: atrial fibrillation; COPD: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; CKF: chronical kidney failure; GCS: Glasgow Coma Scale Table 2.
Regarding age, several studies have shown that older patients are more likely to develop complications that progress to AKI (Bicudo et al., 2011; Carmo et al., 2006; Gauna et al., 2013; Mataloun et al., 2006; Vukusich et al., 2004) once they tend to be immunologically debilitated, and often have coexisting chronical diseases, such as systemic hypertension and diabetes.
These high rates may be due to enrollment of children with new emerging epilepsy on a chronical neurologic disorder.

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