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219 patients with the clear history of electric shock (according to the patients or their attendants) were included in the study through consecutive sampling technique.
This case report demonstrates that MO can have an insidious onset without a clear history of blunt traumatic muscle injury.
The reason is that Andalusia has a clear history with a beginning and an end, and can hence be analysed and studied properly.
Chelation therapy should be considered for any symptomatic patient with a clear history of acute elemental mercury exposure; however, the decision to treat should be made by experienced professionals, preferably in consultation with the regional poison control center (5).
In cases of sublingual hematoma in infants without a clear history, child abuse should be considered.
Adjustment Disorder was ruled out since there were no associated comorbid psychiatric symptoms and there was a clear history of her past behaviour (sexual relationships with two females).
Despite the symbol's clear history, its defenders argued that it was really a war memorial.
A clear history is crucial for a thorough evaluation.
Leung said that while omalizumab should work for any disease marked by an elevated serum IgE level, "more often than not it doesn't," and it probably should be reserved for patients with a very clear history of allergen-induced eczema underlying urticaria, or other forms of respiratory allergy that may be triggering asthma.
(For example, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder can now have an initial onset as late as age twelve, and he suggests that diagnosis not be made unless there was a clear history by age seven.) There has been an abundance of media hype about the addition of binge eating as a disorder, and Frances advises against diagnosing the disorder because binge eating is common to being human.
"Mr Rajab has a clear history of similar cases in the past and he insulted people who work day and night to save the country.
Those with not clear history of sulfa allergy before planning the altitude climbing should undergo a supervised clinical trial to exclude hypersensitivity to acetazolamide [6-7,18].