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staging

Redecorating a home, including the use of rented furniture and accessories, to make it appear more attractive to potential buyers.

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The clinicopathological stages of 136 patients who underwent resection due to NSCLC between January 1, 2000 and January 1, 2010 in our clinic were retrospectively reviewed and re-classified according to the 7th TNM staging system to investigate its effect on survival.
When describing her business to others, West notes that so many people tend to think that staging and decorating are the same thing.
The primary clinical efficacy of CT in Wilms tumor is to detect multiple masses, determine the extent of tumor and evaluation of the opposite kidney, with more accurate staging leading to appropriate treatment and enhanced surveillance for recurrences after treatment16.
We conducted a retrospective study and survival analysis of the anatomic and prognostic stage groups according to the 8[sup]th edition of the AJCC cancer staging system in Luminal B HER2 negative breast cancer using data from our center to understand the application of the updated 8[sup]th edition of the AJCC cancer staging system in China.
Staging. Throughout our preparations, classroom debates about the play's meaning were interspersed with movement exercises designed to help students feel, as well as intellectualize, some of the play's conflicts.
In a recent position paper, NPUAP states that reverse staging is based on erroneous assumptions about the healing process, and goes on to caution that the use of reverse staging has a number of negative clinical, regulatory and reimbursement consequences.
Clinical staging systems are important which are not only able to provide evidence for disease assessment, but also help to make therapeutic decisions.
Ferguson discusses the topics that are common fodder for commentary: critical and production history, biography, patronage, genre, language, staging and finally Ruzantian ethics on the natural." Throughout his investigation, the author eschews supposition and speculation, relying instead on verifiable facts and factors in Beolco's life.
And looking at the set and the staging and trying to decipher which came first is indeed something of a chicken-and-egg proposition.
The portrait series of young women on a mattress, for which Freisager became known overnight in 1995, had already achieved this ambivalence between posing and lounging, between attention-getting staging and natural body movement.
Scharoun continued his collaboration with Huller over the staging arrangements, which became extremely radical: the first truly 'aperspective' theatre.(9)