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  • Revalidation

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    This article discusses what exactly is the revalidation process and revalidation licensing and registration. Read Revalidation - Current State of Play
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  • Typhus

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    Synonyms: epidemic typhus, rickettsaemia, louse-borne typhus, classical typhus, jail fever, recrudescent typhus (Brill-Zinsser disease), scrub typhus,...
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  • Tropical Sprue

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    Tropical Sprue is also known as postinfective tropical malabsorption or idiopathic tropical malabsorption syndrome. Tropical sprue is a malabsorptive disease of small bowel.
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  • Spinal Cord Compression

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    Acute spinal cord compression is a neurosurgical emergency. Spinal cord injury and compression are therefore important to understand well.
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  • Ecthyma

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    Ecthyma is an ulcerative pyoderma of the skin. Ecthyma is caused by group A beta haemolytic streptococci. More about Ecthyma
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  • Ear, Nose and Throat Examination

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    Ear, Nose and Throat Examination, ENT health assessment and physical examination. Get advise about Ear, Nose and Throat Examination
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  • Generic Prescribing

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    The term generic prescribing describes the use in prescribing of a non-proprietary title for a pharmaceutical preparation. Read about Generic Prescribing
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  • Nasal Injury and Nasal Foreign Bodies

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    Nasal injuries are the most common facial traumas. Nasal Injury and Nasal Foreign Bodies professional reference. More about Nasal Injury and Nasal Foreign Bodies.
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  • Fetal Anticonvulsant Syndrome

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    Fetal anticonvulsant syndrome (FACS) is a constellation of diverse congenital malformations that can affect some fetuses if they are exposed to certain...
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  • Immunodeficiency Primary and Secondary

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    Immunodeficiency classified as primary and secondary. Immunodeficiency (Primary and Secondary) are mostly inherited single-gene disorders. More about Immunodeficiency.
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