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We performed a review of the English language orthopaedic literature from 1976 to 2013 and identified a total of 22 comparative studies on bilateral THA procedures.
Breast cancer patients with bilateral mastectomy don't have better survival rates, researchers find [online press release].
Bilateral ectopic gestation, although rare, should be regarded as the differential diagnosis for ectopic pregnancy, especially in assisted reproductive technology cases and high titers of [beta]-HCG (more than 100000).
Bilateral testis tumorleri genellikle ayni histolojik yapiya sahiptir.
Kyrgyz Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Jusupbek Sharipov, and Executive Director of the Islamic Solidarity Fund, Ibrahim bin Abdullah Al-Huzeima, earlier discussed strengthening of bilateral cooperation.
She was examined and found to have a moderately severe hearing loss, and she was fitted with bilateral hearing aids.
Was there cross-fertilization as Roman Catholics participated in numerous bilateral dialogues?
Tokyo and Hanoi had agreed in April last year to upgrade the existing foreign and defense dialogue frameworks to further bolster bilateral ties.
Pakistan's bilateral trade with ECOTA countries including Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan was worth $3.
Iranian official, Yahya Aleshagh said that bilateral trade between Iran and Turkey increased 27 percent and 40 percent of the bilateral trade accounts for Iran's exports to Turkey.
While these bilateral dialogues were proliferating in the early 1970s and transforming the world confessional families into full ecumenical actors (which explains their self-renaming as Christian World Communions), the multilateral WCC Faith and Order commission was deepening the New Delhi-Uppsala understanding of the unity we seek by describing it as a conciliar fellowship of churches which are themselves truly united in each place and-logically, by the same token--challenging the world confessional bodies both to recognize that confessional identities "are time-bound in their terms of reference and relevance" and to clarify with the WCC their role in the one ecumenical movement.
lt;p>President Talabani affirmed the necessity to enhance bilateral relations between the two countries with the hope that the ambassador would play an effective role in boasting friendly relations between Iraq and France.
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