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If clinically uninvolved skin shows a definite histological preponderance towards leprosy, a screening test by means of skin biopsy can be advocated and devised for early detection of leprosy especially in high risk population such as those working in leprosy homes.
Mean values of involved and uninvolved eyes of FUS group and control group IOP and CCT values are shown in Table 1.
Therefore, the aim of this study was to determine if functional performance deficits are present in athletes with FAI during six unilateral hopping tests, including single-limb hopping test, single-limb hurdle test, figure-of-8 hop test, side-hop test, square hop test and single hop test when compared to their contra-lateral uninvolved ankle and healthy athletes.
The problem, says Barrett, is that the community was largely unaware and uninvolved in these efforts.
A police statement read: "Officers became the main target of the hooligans but a completely uninvolved car driver also fell victim, with the mob smashing his windscreen with a beer bottle and injuring his arm.
forces in the Persian Gulf while disguised as Iranians to bring about a conflict in which Israel would ostensibly be uninvolved.
Summary: Can you be a dispassionate, uninvolved observer of horrific events, recording them for posterity, and still keep a sense of right and wrong, not to mention your sanity?
The designs are even more scandalous in that they mimic the groundbreaking creations of one Eric Zo, who reportedly may also be uninvolved.
She is completely emotionally uninvolved, and while everyone else is crying she isn't, explaining that it will be good for him and it will toughen him up.
They could, with equal justification, condemn our police methods of dealing with popular dissent, such as kettling at the recent G20 demonstration and the killing of an uninvolved citizen.
Irish women largely preferred donors to be completely uninvolved in raising children.
The racing ethos, as far as many owners, trainers and jockeys are concerned, is alien to the expectations of the ordinary, uninvolved or unconnected punter and racegoer.