herniation is a rare complication, which has been reported in patients who underwent cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) drainage procedures (eg, lumbar puncture, external ventricular drainage, ventriculoperitoneal shunting, and post craniectomy).
This is paradoxical
, it is a European zone and therefore I do not believe that Macedonia can do anything about it.
Fibreoptic laryngoscopy by an otolaryngologist demonstrated paradoxical
vocal cord movements.
Regarding the incidence of paradoxical
TB-IRIS in HIV-infected TB patients who start ART, one of the following statements is correct:
TB-associated IRIS was diagnosed in an individual diagnosed to have TB before initiation of HAART who typically responded to anti-TB treatment but developed paradoxical
worsening of symptoms within three months of initiation of HAART.
For example, insofar as the mathematician Kurt Godel's incompleteness theorem is irreducibly paradoxical
, it is rational to believe in some paradoxical
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A classification scheme for paradoxical
vocal cord motion.
She rightly stresses the paradoxical
nature of his personality as one who had a Whitmanian tendency to celebrate the "people" but who in his own life was essentially a loner.
Notwithstanding the simplicity of the device, photographing with this "Caravana Obscura" amounts to a paradoxical
process of still moviemaking, complete with lengthy location-spotting, meticulous mise-en-scene (via the positioning of the camper), and one long, lensless sequence shot (three to six hours or more), which "films" the passage of time on a sheet of color-reversal paper inside the camper.
Part of my education in understanding the paradoxical
heavenly and hellish visions came from Blake, who gave us a devil who was terribly smart and full of wise perversities," he says.
The skyscraper is a slippery, paradoxical
subject--at once (as Spiro Kostof observed) materialistic and poetic.