In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The Freedom of Information Act set the ground rules for, and establishes a presumptive right of, access to unpublished records of executive agencies by any person, regardless of citizenship.
- Thus, engaging in the lawful activities of a group designated as a ‘terrorist organization’ by the Attorney General could be presumptive grounds for expatriation.
- In Accounting Research Bulletin No.9 it was stated that any expenditure which is properly applicable to the future is presumptive grounds for carrying the balance forward.
2Lawpresumptive evidence — pruebas basadas en presunciones feminine
- However, its value in confirming a diagnosis of presumptive endometriosis has not been extensively studied.
- If no answer had been provided immediately, presumptive broad-spectrum therapy may have been continued until a result was returned.
- Therefore, Immunocomb can only be used as a presumptive test; confirmatory diagnosis must include combination of tests, rather than deriving inference on the basis of single test results.
- If the patient has a beta-hCG of > 6000 mIU / ml and there is no intrauterine gestational sac seen, it is presumptive evidence of an ectopic pregnancy.
- Using commonly recognized test end points, a presumptive diagnosis was made in 57 patients.
- Many physicians make a presumptive diagnosis of allergic rhinitis based on the medical history.
- A second diagnostic indication involves the injection of a local anesthetic to confirm the presumptive diagnosis through symptom relief of the affected body part.
- Some 50% of antibiotic prescription in the community is for presumptive respiratory tract infection.
- The angulated and rhomboidal shape in addition to the striated surface of the sporangiospores allowed the presumptive identification of the etiologic agent as Rhizopus species.
- This is presumptive evidence of chronic hemolysis if the reticulocytosis is sustained.
- This method provides a presumptive indication of Brucella growth at least four days earlier than the conventional identification method.
- Esophagram and manometry confirmed the presumptive diagnosis of achalasia.
- The presumptive diagnosis is made based on history and physical examination, but further evaluation is needed.
- They were transferred to our neonatal intensive care unit with a presumptive diagnosis of perinatal asphyxia.
- He was discharged the following afternoon with a presumptive diagnosis of vasovagal syncope, perhaps related to defecation.
- If physicians have not concurrently screened for chlamydial infection, the CDC recommends presumptive treatment for chlamydia at the time of treatment for gonorrhea.
- She was admitted to the intensive care unit with the presumptive diagnosis of septic shock.
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