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The pathogenesis of nonspecific inflammation involves a maceration of the meatal skin (as a result of mechanical or chemical damage), allergy, or diabetes.
Since transient "positive" local signs are often encountered as a manifestation of neurologic events associated with a small acute hemorrhage, as illustrated by hemiballismus associated with hemorrhage in the subthalamic nucleus, this case provides substantial support for the concept that central tinnitus might indeed represent a pathologic activation of neural networks of nonspecific auditory perception.
Numerous studies show that the main reason for nonspecific reactions to tuberculin in cattle at satisfactory farmsteads are a typical mycobacteria (Shtuikis and Kublitskas, 1968; Katale et al.
They had predominantly nonspecific upper gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite and epigastric discomfort (51.
Methods: This is single blinded randomized control trial that was conducted at the department of physical therapy Orthopedic and Spine Institute, Johar Town, Lahore in which 120 subjects with nonspecific chronic low back pain participated.
Keywords: Age groups, Chronic nonspecific musculoskeletal pains, Hypovitaminosis D, Pakistan.
LE specific lesions were seen in 38 patients (95%) and LE nonspecific lesions in 16 patients.
In summary, we found that polyclonal but not monoclonal Napsin A antibody has a virtually universal nonspecific labeling in mucinous adenocarcinomas of various sites.
Modern research on nonspecific effects of vaccinations was triggered by a mistake.
Acupuncture has been reported to be effective in providing symptomatic relief of chronic low back pain However, it is not known whether the effects of acupuncture are due to the needling itself or nonspecific effects arising from the manipulation.
Within this subgroup, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) and idiopathic nonspecific interstitial pneumonia (iNSIP) account for 55% and 25% of cases, respectively.