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episode

noun chapter, circumstance, event, happening, incident, occasion, occurrence, sequel, short-lived event, sudden event
See also: event, experience, happening, incident, occasion, occurrence, scene
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Statistical analysis pinpointed several independent predictors of belonging to the episodic use group or the chronic use group.
Another brand that has been rewarded for its episodic effort is The Mosaic Co.
The results for all the episodic patients - those previously on sham and those previously on gammaCore - were in line with the results from the double blind phase, i.
4%) of the 135 episodic migraine patients, compared with 30 (15.
Interestingly, among the small cohort of chronic migraineurs who were following the RLB, they were progressively month after month converting into episodic migraineurs, while the episodic migraineurs who were not following the RLB were converting to chronic migraine, month after month," the neurologist said in an interview at the meeting sponsored by the International Headache Society and the American Headache Society.
This study looks at the single neuron correlates of the learning of new contextual associations in the human brain, and we were able to show for the first time that the speed at which complex associations are encoded is compatible with the basic mechanisms of episodic memory creation," Ison said.
At every income level, those with CM had significantly higher odds of making less than did those with episodic migraine (OR, 0.
These results suggest that doctors should promote healthy lifestyle choices for diet and exercise in people with episodic migraine," Peterlin said.
A central theme of this paper is the distinction between the effects of long-standing and of episodic controls on capital flows.
We will discuss the advances in this area later, but the focus of this report is the non-pharmacologic prevention of episodic migraine headache and tools to avoid the progression to chronic migraine.
Now is the time to ensure you have the proper infrastructure in place to support accountability models that will require new reimbursement capabilities that incorporate different approaches to risk, such as episodic bundling.