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Mimic

An imitation that sends a false signal.
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Recall that [g.sub.1], [g.sub.2], and [Mathematical Expression Omitted] are the levels of g at which the private purchases of persons 1, 2, and the mimicker just become crowded out by public provision.
Benign mimickers include peribronchiolar metaplasia and glandular papillomas.
Nonneoplastic mimickers of signet ring cell adenocarcinoma have been described in gastric xanthomas [4], transurethral prostatectomy specimen [5], and pseudomembranous colitis [6].
Mimicker works like a normal alarm app, the only difference here is you'll have to play a game in order to stop the alarm.
Back pain from diskitis is another mimicker for weakness.
Spitz nevus is a well-known mimicker of melanoma, although Dr.
Aim is to make correct diagnosis of this great mimicker without unnecessary delay so that appropriate treatment can be initiated in a timely manner to avoid restrictive myopathies that can lead to considerable visual morbidity to the patient otherwise.
Pitkin, "The great mimicker: A rare case of head and neck inflammatory pseudotumour in the presence of human immunodeficiency virus," The Journal of Laryngology & Otology, vol.
For example, Crohn's disease frequently affects the terminal ileum, making it a common mimicker of acute appendicitis in pregnancy.
In the past, the great imitator of almost any disease was syphilis, and today the great mimicker, including fibromyalgia, is Lyme disease, which Brady explores.
DL was also reported to be a potential mimicker of lymphoma.