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His study "is based on the occult writings favoured by the literate rather than on the magical behavior of ordinary, and mostly illiterate, people" (8).
Lin said, adding that morcellation, which has been used to facilitate the removal of tissue in cases involving minimally invasive surgery, has come under scrutiny because of concerns about its role in the dissemination of occult gynecologic malignancies, and particularly uterine sarcoma.
WHAT IS THE RISK THAT A PATIENT WILL HAVE AN OCCULT UTERINE CANCER AT MYOMECTOMY?
All patients presenting with node negative neck should undergo CT scans for early detection of occult metastasis.
Occult Knowledge sets out to correct two explanatory scholarly paradigms.
However, occult Sims such as fairies will not have active alien powers (dormant powers) and only carry physical characteristics like fairy wings with green skin and bald head for example.
In order to fully understand how Lovecraft has come to inhabit a significant position in the contemporary occult tradition, it is necessary to understand the context into which he has been deposited.
According to the FDA, in the 10,000-patient study, Cologuard accurately detected cancers and advanced adenomas more often than did the fecal occult test.
Conclusion: Occult hepatitis B is the ignored entity in Pakistan.
We are told, "Placing death beside life, as spiritualism and the occult did, produces a modern aesthetic that insists on commensurability between disparate people and things as well as the virtual immediacy enabled by many much more recent technical media"(l).
A recent study followed 46,551 patients between the ages of 50 and 80 from 1975 with faecal occult blood testing every year.
The Nazi Occult provides a complete history of Nazi occult programs and occult experts who delved into ancient lore seeking lost secrets of power.