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Look out for a scene in the first episode where tears do appear to prick Gently's eyes.
Dubai: Diabetic patients registered with the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) will now have a revolutionary non-invasive glucose monitoring system available beginning next week, instead of the painful needle pricks they traditionally have to subject themselves to, said DHA officials.
That's why in the cheesecake recipe you only prick the middle so the sides can puff up nicely.
Pathogenecity test was done by using healthy rhizome with the help of pin prick and incision method under aseptic condition.
Skin prick test reactivity to common aeroallergens in asthmatic patients with and without rhinitis.
Also, nowhere in the world is any diagnostictest, be it skin prick or a laboratory parameter, considered to be valid until and unless a positive and a negative control test are included.
Campbell &McDearmid Optometrists, on Station Road, has been offering a simple finger prick test during routine eye tests in a bid to identify people with diabetes.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Influenza vaccine was safely administered to 101 children with severe egg allergy who had negative skin prick test results with the vaccine, a study has shown.
SAN FRANCISCO - A new skin prick test detects type-1 hypersensitivity to nitrile, the synthetic rubber in the gloves increasingly used by hospitals.
Objective: Aim of the sudy was asseessment of allergen susceptibility at patinet with allergic symptoms at Hatay/Dortyol using the skin prick test.
So my father becoming a prick had nothing to do with me.
The performer played Kenneth Halliwell in Prick Up Your Ears, which ends as he murders his lover Joe Orton and prepares to take his own life.