PNTS

AcronymDefinition
PNTSPrefer Not to Say (classification category; UK)
PNTSProgramme National de Télédétection Spatiale
PNTSPartnership for the National Trails System (Madison, WI)
PNTSPeninsula Neonatal Transport Service (UK)
PNTSPilbara Native Title Service (Western Australia)
PNTSParvocellular Nucleus Tractus Solitarius (interneurons)
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Short of proceeding with cystectomy, an alternative to bilateral PNTs for urinary diversion is the cutaneous vesicostomy.
In locally advanced PNTs with potentially associated surgery-related complications, presurgical chemotherapy should be administered in order to shrink the tumor and enable safe resection saving other abdominal viscera involved [14].
Additional findings suggestive of malignancy include ill-defined tumor margins, PNTS, and presence of cervical lymphadenopathy.
The UT and AFIT researchers are addressing these problems by (1) using PNTs to protect the enzyme and increase service life, and (2) specially designing linker molecules to maximize both sensitivity and precision.
The researchers found that this method is effective in achieving local control and palliation in PNTs, despite such tumours being commonly considered resistant to radiation therapy.
I thank Kariyarra native title claimants, Pilbara Native Title Service (PNTS) and Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) for permission to publish the results of these archaeological excavations.
29.6% interest in PNTS. The acquisition would increase
The participants agreed that PNTs for molecular farming should be assessed for human and livestock health impacts prior to being grown outdoors, and that restrictions should be placed on what plants may be used for molecular farming in some cases (e.g.
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In order to increase knowledge and facilitate research in this area, the aim of the current study was to translate the Psychological Need Thwarting Scale (PNTS; Bartholomew, Ntoumanis, Ryan, & Thorgersen-Ntoumani, 2011) into Spanish and provide support for its use in an educational setting.
In a small series of 29 patients with cervical cancer and BUO, some patients were salvaged with prompt urinary diversion.[sup.2] A larger review looking at prostate cancer suggested there was no consensus on how to manage BUO in advanced disease.[sup.3] Individual case series on breast and esophageal cancer suggested ureteric diversion reversed the kidney injury and allowed further treatment of the systemic disease.[sup.4,5] Despite the controversy in the management of this condition and the accepted poor prognosis, most patients receive percutaneous nephrostomy tubes (PNTs), retrograde ureteric stents or both.[sup.1,6]-[sup.8]