Mimic

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Mimic

An imitation that sends a false signal.
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Caption: PMH must be distinguished from some of its clinical mimickers, including vitiligo, hypopigmented mycosis fungoides, tinea versicolor, and pityriasis alba.
Now, the people will not come in deception of political mimickers as 220 million people under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan have got themselves freed from their deceptive clutches, she said in her tweet while commenting on opposition parties Iftar dinner.
In a tweet, she said now the people will not come in deception of political mimickers as 220 million people under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan have got themselves freed from their deceptive clutches.
In a tweet, she said now the people would not come in deception of political mimickers as 220 million people under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan had got themselves freed from their deceptive clutches.
It is important to be familiar with the relatively common mimickers of the most common urgent disorders to avoid unnecessary surgeries.
Chemical estrogen mimickers, like parabens, will not be included in the tests for total estrogen because of their chemical structure; yet, they still function as damaging estrogens.
Radiographs are inconclusive because this lesion can appear similar to many other lesions, hence its nickname "the great mimicker" (Figs.
EMA expression is an important marker that distinguishes perineuriomas from any morphological mimickers and were present in all 81 cases of a clinopathological analysis.
Kim, "Cholangiocarcinoma and its mimickers in primary sclerosing cholangitis," Abdominal Radiology, vol.
Similarly, intravenous gadolinium contrast aids detection of acute appendicitis and many of its pathological mimickers, but is generally avoided in pregnancy due to uncertain teratogenic risk.
There are a few mimickers of scar endometriosis, which can be considered in differential diagnosis.
Although many different techniques are proposed, most of the approaches are mimickers of the clinical ABCD rule of dermoscopy.