Pathogenesis of endometriosis

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  • Endometriosis is a progressive debilitating disease affecting the physical, social and psychological aspects of normal life quality in nearly 1 of 7 women of reproductive age. Endometriosis is considered to be an enigmatic disease owing to the lack of specific set of symptoms, poorly understood pathogenesis, complexity in diagnosis and limited therapeutic options available for management of the disorder. The last three decades we have witnessed a significant volume of research related to endometriosis.

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  • Expressiveness refers to the ability of the event notification service to provide a powerful data model with which to capture information about events, to express filters and patterns on notifications of interest, and to use that data model as the basis for optimizing notification delivery.

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  • Feeds can contain both high and low water percentages. Examples of feeds with high water contents are young grass (± 15% DM) and cabbage (

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  • The Directive culminated in the passage of the 1989 Companies Act. Specifically, we explore how the UK accountancy profession and the government were concerned to construct, articulate and negotiate particular meanings of what it is to be professional, self regulated, independent and commercial. The second episode concerns the impact on the accounting profession of the Financial Services Act. Initially, this regulation, developed to improve "investor protection" as well as to abolish restrictive practices, was understood to be unrelated to the work of accountants.

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  • An Entrepreneurship and Small Business BBS from Massey will provide a thorough understanding of this innovative business sector and equip you with the skills to be a part of it. Small business operators and entrepreneurs play key roles in our society. To survive they must constantly ask questions like, “Do I extend my operations?”, “Do I sell out?”, “How do I build on past success?”, “How do I balance home life with my work?”, and “How do I raise money to finance expansion?”.

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  • From an economic point of view, this development corresponds to experiences already achieved in other markets – the shift from supply-driven markets to demand-driven markets. As food is one of the basic goods, this means that once a basic level of food supply is guaranteed, the consumer develops an increased interest in quality and variety. Through the ability to choose between a broad range of food products, the consumer acceptance of new food is the final criterion for a successful market introduction.

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  • It is widely recognised that high-speed lines attract new travellers to the railway system. A recent study undertaken on the Madrid-to-Seville AVE line also revealed big savings in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, showing that without the AVE an additional 48,000 tonnes of CO2 would be produced on this route every year. AVE passengers were asked which transport mode they would have chosen if there were no high-speed trains: 13% said conventional train, 26% air transport, 24% private car, 3% coach and 34% said they would not have made the journey at all....

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  • Most health centers will be serving elders with disabilities in their normal adult clinics. Some may wish to set aside special clinic times for the elderly including those with disabilities and special needs. Set-aside times can allow for somewhat longer patient visits which are helpful in treating elders with long histories and multiple chronic problems. Some health centers may also choose to set up additional services as part of their approach to primary care for the elderly. These may include adult day health care, home health care, assisted living, and nursing homes.

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  • Several issues relating to the inclusion of elderly populations and all those considered vulnerable, into planning and exercising of plans have been included in this discussion. It is both an ethical and moral imperative that we care for those who cannot care for themselves in times of crisis and disaster. Those caring for the vulnerable elderly must better prepare themselves, their facilities, and their organizations for disasters occurring from both natural and man-made causes.

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  • Discriminatory policies and initiatives have contributed to growing inequalities between the rural and urban sector, and to the inability of the former to meet the needs and interests of rural women and men. In almost all developing countries, conditions of rural poor people are far worse than those of the urban poor in terms of consumption levels and access to education, health care, water, sanitation, housing, transport and communications. Mortality rates among children below five are much higher in rural areas. For example, in Bolivia, mortality rates are 1.

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  • As grounds for a systematic account of the arts, Herder’s approach seems problematic: as for Hegel, who later similarly attempts to use different means of sensible representation (or media) as a means systematically to differentiate the arts, both literature and architecture cause difficulties for Herder, as neither appears to be directed towards a single sense. (And this is only to mention two other very central, recognized arts in the (eighteenth century) “system of the arts.”) I shall not, however, be concerned with these overarching systematic concerns, however.

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  • Outsourcing in the animation industry is one of the more promising business process outsourcing services today with a current world market valued at about US$68.4 billion. This figure is expected to rise to almost US$80 billion by 2010. With a projected 16.5% growth in two years’ time, this displays the extensive opportunity the industry has. The increase in demand may be attributed to the continued production of animation in the entertainment sector which accounts for 74% of total revenues in the global animation industry.

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  • Research shows that sensational news stories as well as popular romance novels often feature themes related to important topics in evolutionary psychology. In the first of four studies described in this paper we examined the song lyrics from three Billboard charts: Country, Pop, and R&B. A content analysis of the lyrics revealed 18 reproductive themes that read like an outline for a course in evolutionary psychology. Approximately 92% of the 174 songs that made it into the Top Ten in 2009 contained one or more reproductive messages, with an average of 10.49 reproductive...

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  • In the field of aging, disability is measured by judging how a person performs Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) or Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs). ADLs include very basic activities like eating, toileting, bathing, transferring in and out of bed, and walking (Katz, Ford, Moskowitz, Jackson and Jaffee, 1963). IADLs include additional activities needed to get along in the world such as shopping, taking medications, using the phone, and other activities. (Lawton and Brody, 1969.

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  • Despite a large number of independent funding streams and initiatives for infrastruc- ture development already in the federal government, the United States is failing—by a large margin—to adequately invest in its infrastructure. These existing funding streams include multiple federal loan programs, a far greater number of grant oppor- tunities, and many additional layers of programs at the state and local level.

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  • In addition to the results prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles ("GAAP"), the company uses adjusted EBITDA, a non-GAAP financial measure, in analyzing and assessing the overall performance of the business. The company defines adjusted EBITDA as loss from continuing operations before income taxes, interest income and expense, depreciation and amortization, stock based compensation, restructuring expense, acquisition and integration expenses and certain other non-cash income and expense items.

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  • Quantitative methods - including performance testing, indoor air pollution monitoring and questionnaires - can track changes in "quantifiables" and are a means of objectively comparing one intervention against another. Qualitative methods, on the other hand, help reveal the perspectives of individuals or communities and provide important contextual data to explain the results of quantitative analyses. They include in-depth, open-ended interviews, direct observations of behaviours and participatory methods. Sample size, i.e.

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  • The sample extraction and concentration steps in this method are essentially the same as in Methods 606, 608, 609, and 612. Thus, a single sample may be extracted to measure the parameters included in the scope of each of these methods. When cleanup is required, the concentration levels must be high enough to permit selecting aliquots, as necessary, to apply appropriate cleanup procedures. The analyst is allowed the latitude, under Section 12, to select chromatographic conditions appropriate for the simultaneous measurement of combinations of these parameters....

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  • Critical infrastructures are certain physical assets, functions, and systems that facilitate the production and distribution of our nation’s goods and services that we depend on every day, such as power distribution, water supply, and telecommunications. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has divided our nation’s critical infrastructures and key resources into 18 sectors. As computer technology has advanced, so has the dependence on computerized industrial control systems to monitor and control equipment that supports modern critical infrastructures.

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  • Poor people juggle complex financial transactions every day and use sophisticated techniques to manage their finances, whether they use the formal financial system or not. 4 We cannot assume that all those who do not use formal financial services are somehow constrained from participating in the formal financial sector—ac- cess and use are not the same thing. But the recent success of mobile money in Sub-Saharan Africa shows that innovations can bring about dramatic changes in how people engage in financial transactions.

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