Pathophysiology 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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  • In March 1997 the Bank started conducting daily money market operations in gilt repo. Since this date we have used GC repo data to estimate the short end of the nominal yield curve, and so the short end of the nominal curve is provided down to very short maturities after this date. No corresponding instrument is available to help model the short end of the real yield curve.

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  • Since all of these flavors are present in beer, it is important that beer judges completely coat the inside of their mouths with beer when evaluating it and that the beer be swallowed. As is true for the scent receptors in the nose, different people have different densities of taste buds and, thus, have different sensitivities to various flavors. Also, taste buds can be damaged (e.g., being burnt by hot food or through exposure to irritants like spicy foods, smoking, or other chemicals), so a judge’s sensitivity may be diminished until tastebuds can regenerate (about 10 days).

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  • Since 1995, the WHO Regional Office for Europe has been committed to reducing the public health hazards associated with prisons and protecting and promoting health in prisons. Regional Office reports such as the 2007 Health in prisons: a WHO guide to the essentials in prison health have combined the latest research and analysis from experts in the field and have raised the profile of prison health issues.

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  • The program has reached providers in over 33 states through train-the-trainer sessions and conferences. Much of the information provided in this report was gained or substantiated through extensive interaction with providers around the United States and internationally. Ultimately through a large evaluation component, impact of the training on preparedness, creation of plans, and staff will be reported.

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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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  • The shifting market trends posed a significant challenge to De Beers’ preeminent position. Throughout the 1990s, the company’s inventories increased while its sales remained flat. To address this issue De Beers chose a transformational strategy: instead of maintaining its long-standing role as steward of the entire industry, it would become a leader in driving consumer demand. One of the key elements of that transformation was a program called Supplier of Choice. Launched in 2003, the program aimed to shift some of the responsibility for marketing to other players in the industry.

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  • Top Telemarketing Techniques is all about using the tele- phone to enhance sales, fostering better relationships with cus- tomers, and how to make it easier to target prospects. Much of what you’ll be reading within this book focuses on building the skills you need to become a top-notch telemarketer or telesales professional, whether you’re engaged in inbound or outbound telemarketing. Depending on what type of business you’re in and what your job responsibilities entail, how you use the tele- phone will vary.

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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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  • Credit scores, as a quantitative shorthand for credit histories, increase the potential for customized pricing of credit based on the risk an individual poses. Some argue that charging more to consumers defined as higher risk would remove some of the cost of risk carried by the general consumer population, and would allow for price reductions among consumers who pose less risk.

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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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  • Various kinds of actors are involved in the processing and transfer of remittances to Asian countries, including financial institutions, banks, exchange houses, and money transfer organizations. Exchange houses are a principal means of sending money from the oil -producing countries in Western Asia. Some Indian states and private banks have established agreements with these exchange houses to facilitate the transfers of remittances. These transfers typically occur in an account-to-account manner, and are concentrated in the United Kingdom and the United States.

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  • Any gain or loss from disposal of a segment of a business (product sector), together with the results of these operations until the date of disposal, are reported separately as discontinued operations. The financial information of a discontinued segment of business is excluded from the respective captions in the consolidated financial statements and related notes. Comparative figures for prior periods are restated accordingly.

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  • Just having an assumptive attitude and saying, “Great, welcome to the club” or “That’s the option most of our members choose” makes the guest think that it is what everybody does and they will simply figure that this must be how it works. Too many times, a salesperson will accidentally give the prospect an opportunity to haggle by not closing the deal right away when they had the chance. You can even make the choice for them many times. If they already said that price is a concern, when you show them the options, you can automatically...

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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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  • The single coherent form is particularly difficult to describe and assess because of the fluid transitions between the form elements which sculptor Erik Thommesen [8] have chosen to divide his sculptures in. First and foremost Thommesen uses theoretical dividing of a form into form elements when balancing the form into a harmonious whole by scaling and shifting each form element. Other effects such as rhythm, contrast, and activation of space can be processed in the same way [9]. The theoretical division of the form sometimes trigger a physical division.

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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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  • We have revised the way we report our data since the publication of our 2011 Industry Review to remove toys and educational equipment from our graphs and data tables. This sector of the market has provided an important stepping-stone to commerciality for many companies and continues to generate cash. It also serves to educate future generations of the benefi ts fuel cell technology can offer.

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