3.1 Signs and symptoms
3.2 Diagnostic approach
3.4 Diabetic ketoacidosis and coma
3.5 Hyperosmotic ... , or delivering a baby with macrosomia or hypoglycemia .
Diabetes mellitus is characterized by recurrent or ...
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Different definitions of culture reflect different theories for understanding, or criteria
for valuing, human activity.
Sir Edward B. Tylor wrote in 1871 that "culture or civilization, taken in its wide ethnographic sense, is that ...
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for declaring a match. Recent studies have quoted relatively high error rates which may be cause for concern  . The cautious juror should not ...
... to itself
Response to stimuli - the ability to measure properties of its surrounding environment , and act upon certain conditions.
are not without their uses, but their disparate nature makes them unsatisfactory from a number of perspectives; in fact, it is not difficult to find ...
... the tiniest of differences as sufficient to delineate a separate species, provided only that the difference is clear and consistent (and that other criteria
are met). There is no universal rule to state the smallest allowable difference between two species, but in general, very trivial differences are ...
... acids are a major component of fats .
Although there is no Vitamin S , the suggestion has been made that salicylic acid may qualify for the criteria
needed to be defined as a vitamin, and that in this case the designation "Vitamin S" could be used to describe it.
The sedative Ketamine is ...