Therefore, it is safe to say that, the study model
developed/based on the theory, is in conformity with the data set (Table 2).
The initial lateral cephalometric radiographs and impression for initial study models
of subjects were taken prior to the start of treatment (T0).
Sutisna Himawan was one of the first physicians to graduate under the American-inspired guided study model
which was implemented through a programme affiliating the UI medical school with the University of California, San Francisco in 1955.
Through the use of a passenger-flow study model
taken from the aircraft through the sterile corridor--the design team discovered a subtle configuration change at each intersection allowed congestion to be relieved versus widening the entire corridor (and hence the entire width of the concourse.)
It was a three-year trial that tested the effect of in-home comprehensive geriatric assessment and follow-up for people aged 75 and older, and spawned "Partners in Health," an adaptation of the study model
which continues to serve the community.
The HKNC-TAC grant requires the setting up of state, regional, and local teams to use a case study model
to address the needs of transition age students who are deaf-blind.
The new study model
makes predictions for 200 countries and estimates that undiagnosed cases could account for more than half of the total in Africa, South Central Asia and the Pacific Islands.
The study model
features precise and crisp body lines and a front end that is similar to the current generation of Skoda cars, inspired by the VisionC concept that was showcased at the Geneva Motor Show 2014.
Announcing its plans for the biennial extravaganza, the company said: "Honda Vision XS-1 is a study model
of a new crossover model which features sporty styling and outstanding utility space based on Honda's unique packaging technologies."
The FT-86 Open concept is a study model
based on the rear-wheel-drive sports car "86"(3) that was created to test and verify potential sports car variations.
The author uses a case study model
that focuses on individual women's experiences as revealed in diaries, letters, and personal papers; she also draws on other primary sources, such as newspapers, periodicals, fiction, and school catalogs.
Although the Lemmen study model
showed that the effects of BPA did not persist like those of the other estrogens, its biological effects in exposed embryos should continue to be assessed, perhaps with other types of models.