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2%) patients received rituximab either due to refractoriness to TPE on day 5-7, cardiac or neurological involvement (at treating physician's discretion).
In patients treated for hematological malignancies as in this case with AML, fever, infection, and medications are the most common causes of platelet refractoriness.
Besides refractoriness to antidepressants and mood stabilizers, patients with comorbidity anxiety disorders are also associated with functional impairment, poor psychosocial adjustments, more frequent hospitalizations, increase suicidality, and slower recovery from a mood episode (9,10,12).
Histological observation of the testes showed uniform diameter of seminiferous tubules with a thick basal blade and the absence of spermatozoa in the lumen of seminiferous tubules marking thus, gonads regression and a refractoriness period.
Refractoriness in bipolar disorder: definitions and evidence-based treatment.
Rials SJ, Wu Y, Xu X, Filart RA, Marinchak RA, Kowey PR; Regression of left ventricular hypertrophy with captopril restores normal ventricular action potential duration, dispersion of refractoriness, and vulnerability to inducible ventricular fibrillation; Circulation.
Possible homologies between photo refractoriness in sheep and birds: the effect of thyroidectomy on the length of the ewe's breeding season.
This indicates that BPA-induced tissue refractoriness could be the dominant mechanism of conduction failure at high concentrations and pacing rates.
Reproductive refractoriness in the Welsh Mountain ewe induced by a short photoperiod can be overridden by exposure to a shorter photoperiod.
Mating strategies in a darwinian microworld: simulating the consequences of female reproductive refractoriness.
Given the chronicity of the patient's symptoms and refractoriness to dental intervention, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was obtained to assess for a CNS lesion.
Stigma reinforces denial and delay in getting help, compounds symptoms, increases refractoriness to treatment, and contributes to strains in personal relationships.