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Narrowing of the canal, which occurs in spinal stenosis, may be inherited or acquired.
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Credit spreads have reduced considerably over the last three months with the five-year point narrowing significantly from 448bps to 274bps, a fall of 39% which is inline with the respective sector.
Exactly how hopelessness speeds up artery narrowing isn't yet clear, Everson said.
In most cases, this dangerous narrowing (stenosis) of the carotid artery is identified during an annual physical exam: The physician hears a rushing sound when he or she holds a stethoscope to the patient's neck.
Although interest rate differentials favoring the dollar had been narrowing throughout most of 1989 without any apparent negative effect on dollar exchange rates, the moves that occurred in October were sufficient to induce a moderation in capital inflows to the United States.
Two years following their last treatment, the 16 patients on average showed less airway narrowing after stimulation with a drug that causes contraction of airway smooth muscle.
Of the 34 patients, 18 responded to this test with a narrowing, rather than opening, of blood vessels.
Then the beam would broaden before narrowing again and finally disappearing.
During an asthmatic attack, in response to an asthma trigger such as an allergen or irritant, the airway smooth muscle may contract leading to airway narrowing and breathing difficulties.
The extent of disease and reduction in narrowing were comparable in both groups.