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Small-scale studies done in different settings, on different communities, at different moments in time help researchers get a better picture of patterns and prognoses.
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Thank God it was detected early and could result in a positive prognosis.
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That’s the prognosis of Bill Gross who is convinced the tech-fueled rally is losing steam, and that investors would be wise to recalibrate their portfolios.
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As capacity shrunk, several nurses told ProPublica, Ochsner employees adopted an unusual method to withhold life-sustaining care from patients with poor prognoses.
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Diacetic acid may be present, and usually warrants an unfavorable prognosis.
A MANUAL OF CLINICAL DIAGNOSISJAMES CAMPBELL TODD
The mental faculties are much more completely unbalanced, and the prognosis of the case is more unfavourable.
Subsequent attacks make the prognosis much more unfavourable.
This is especially true as regards prognosis and the question of mental deterioration in any given case.
Only one feature with regard to them is more favourable, and that is that the ultimate prognosis is not bad.
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