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1. MOST COMMON

2. GOLD STANDARD

3. HALLMARK

4. DRUG OF CHOICE

5. DRUGS OF CHOICE

6. CONTRAINDICATION

7. ANTIBIOTIC OF CHOICE

8. CONTRAINDICATED

9. PATHOGNOMONIC

10. RATIO

11. AGENT OF CHOICE

12. STRIKING

13. STRIKING FEATURE

14. ABSOLUTE CONTRAINDICATION

15. ABSOLUTELY CONTRAINDICATED

16. MOST SENSITIVE

17. GOOD CANDIDATE

18. FIRST CLINICAL SIGN

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19. EARLIEST SIGN

20. BIOMARKER

21. TREATMENT OF CHOICE

22. RADIOGRAPHIC FINDING

23. OFTEN MISTAKEN

24. PROCEDURE OF CHOICE

25. COMPELLING EVIDENCE

26. RISK FACTOR FOR

27. NECESSARY FOR

28. CHARACTERIZED BY

29. PREDISPOSING FACTOR

30. MOST FREQUENTLY

31. CLINICAL SIGN

32. RULE OUT

33. MOST PREDOMINANT

34. COMMONLY ASSOCIATED

35. EXTREMELY SENSITIVE

36. INCREASED RISK OF

37. CONSTANT FEATURE

38. PRIMARY SOURCE OF

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39. BEST VISUALIZED

40. MORE COMMONLY

41. FOR THIS REASON

42. DISTINCTIVE PATTERN

43. DISTINCTIVE FEATURE

44. MORE FREQUENTLY

45. AFFECTS ONLY

46. EARLIEST MANIFESTATION

47. RESPONSIBLE FOR

48. MOST IMPORTANT

49. DOMINANT CHARACTERISTIC

50. PREDILECTION

51. PRIMARY FACTOR

52. DISTINGUISHING FEATURE

53. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTIC

54. CHARACTERISTIC FEATURE

55. HIGHEST RISK

56. STRONGLY ASSOCIATED

57. GOOD PREDICTOR

58. LOWEST RISK

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59. USED TO CONFIRM

60. STRONG RISK FACTOR

61. PREDILECTION FOR

62. DEFINITE PREDILECTION

63. MOST COMMON SITE

64. MOST FREQUENT SITE

65. RECOMMENDED DOSE

66. CONFIRMATORY TEST

67. FIRST SIGN

68. CLASSIC FEATURE

69. CLASSIC PATTERN

70. CURRENTLY RECOMMENDED

71. CAUSATIVE ORGANISM

72. MOST ESSENTIAL

73. REMARKABLE FEATURE

74. MAINSTAY OF

75. MAJOR SOURCE

76. CAUSATIVE AGENT

77. MECHANISM OF ACTION

78. MORE COMMON

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79. PARAMOUNT IMPORTANCE

80. PHENOMENON

81. USED TO DISTINGUISH

82. RARE FINDING

83. STRONGLY RECOMMENDED

84. ETIOLOGIC ROLE

85. MOST EFFECTIVE

86. PREFERRED METHOD

87. MAXIMUM DOSE

88. MINIMUM DOSE

89. MARKER

90. BEST CHOICE

91. BEST VISUALIZATION

92. BEST PREDICTOR

93. BEST TREATED

94. BEST DETECTED

95. BEST SINGLE PREDICTOR

96. MAJOR ADVANTAGE

97. COMMONEST

98. PEAK AGE

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99. POSITIVE ASSOCIATION WITH

100. ACTIVE AGENT

101. EXCELLENT CANDIDATE

102. USED TO PREDICT

103. CAN BE DETECTED WITH

104. CONFIRMED BY

105. INDEPENDENT RISK FACTOR

106. PRECURSOR OF

107. STRONGLY NEGATIVE

108. HIGHER RISK FOR

109. BETTER PREDICTOR

110. PREDOMINANTLY AFFECTING

111. PREDOMINANT ORGANISM

112. SHOULD BE TREATED WITH

113. CARDINAL FEATURE

114. SERIOUS COMPLICATION

115. CRITICAL DIAGNOSTIC TEST

116. PRIMARILY RESPONSIBLE

117. POTENTIAL CAUSE

118. MOST APPROPRIATE

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118. MOST APPROPRIATE

119. BEST METHOD

120. CRITICAL STEP

121. MAIN FACTOR

122. INITIAL DIAGNOSTIC TEST

123. STRONGEST PREDICTOR

124. PROTECTIVE AGAINST

125. PROTECTIVE FACTOR

126. EARLIEST SYMPTOM

127. SIGNIFICANT RISK FACTOR

128. CHIEFLY RESPONSIBLE

129. CANNOT DISTINGUISH

130. RECOGNIZED AS A CAUSE

131. MOST IMPORTANT SOURCE

132. INITIAL CHOICE

133. UNIQUE FEATURE

134. GREATEST RISK

135. OMINOUS SIGN

136. CLASSIC SIGN

137. CAN BE RELIABLY

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138. OFTEN ASSOCIATED WITH

139. STRONGLY POSITIVE

140. HIGH RISK FOR

141. MORE PRONE TO

142. CONDITION KNOWN

143. HELP PREDICT

144. TECHNIQUE OF CHOICE

145. METHOD OF CHOICE

146. EXAMINATION OF CHOICE

147. REGIMEN OF CHOICE

148. IS A SIGN OF

149. MARKER OF CHOICE

150. TEST OF CHOICE

151. TESTS OF CHOICE

152. LEADING CAUSE

153. MAJOR RISK FACTOR

154. STRONGEST ASSOCIATION

155. PRIME IMPORTANCE

156. KEY ENZYME

157. DIAGNOSTIC CLUE

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158. SHOULD BE AVOIDED

159. MOST COMMON FINDING

160. KEY DETERMINANT

161. KEY ROLE

162. KEY STEP

163. SALIENT FEATURE

164. AGENTS OF CHOICE

165. COMPLICATING FACTOR

166. PREPONDERANCE

167. EXTREMELY IMPORTANT

168. CORNERSTONE

169. STRONGLY IMPLICATED

170. MOST SERIOUS

171. KEY DIAGNOSTIC FEATURE

172. KEY DIAGNOSTIC FEATURES

173. RESULTS IN

174. RESULTING IN

175. RESULT IN

176. CHARACTERISTIC PATTERN

177. LETHAL

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178. VERY POOR

179. FREQUENTLY OCCUR

180. FREQUENTLY OCCURS

181. MISTAKEN AS

182. CONSISTENT FEATURE

183. MANIFESTATION OF

184. IN ASSOCIATION WITH

185. HELP EXCLUDE

186. APPEARANCE OF

187. LOCATED ON

188. DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIA

189. DIAGNOSTIC CRITERION

190. REFERRED TO AS

191. FREQUENTLY COMPLAIN

192. KNOWN AS

193. THOUGHT TO BE

194. MALE PREDOMINANCE

195. MALE PREDOMINANTLY

196. FEMALE PREDOMINANCE

197. FEMALE PREDOMINANTLY

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198. LEADING TO

199. COMPRISE(WILL GIVE PERCENTAGES AND


FIGURES)

200. PREDOMINANCE

201. DETRIMENTAL

202. DETRIMENTAL TO

203. MANDATORY

204. SHOULD ALWAYS

205. FREQUENTLY INVOLVE

206. REFLECTS THE FACT

207. CLINICAL CRITERIA/ION

208. EXCELLENT

209. POOR PREDICTOR

210. HIGHEST PERCENTAGE

211. PREDISPOSITION

212. PREDICTOR/S OF

213. FREQUENTLY SEEN IN THE

214. INDICATE A

215. NEVER SEEN

216. MAY INDICATE

217. HAS BEEN SHOWN TO


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217. HAS BEEN SHOWN TO

218. DIFFICULT TO IGNORE

219. HIGH RISK OF

220. MOST PROMINENT

221. PREDISPOSE

222. VERY IMPORTANT

223. UNIVERSAL FINDING

224. PRESENTING SIGN

225. GREATEST BENEFIT

226. NECESSITY FOR

227. ALMOST/EXCLUSIVELY

228. COMMON PREDE

229. PREDISPOSES

230. WELL RECOGNIZED

231. MOST SEVERE

232. SOURCE OF

233. PEAK INCIDENCE

234. MARKERS OF CHOICE

235. TEND/S TO OCCUR

236. GREATER RISK

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237. CLOSELY RESEMBLE

238. UNDERLYING CAUSE

239. HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED

240. MUTATION IN THE

241. OCCURS DURING/THE

242. ULTIMATELY LEAD

243. DEFINITIVE DIAGNO(SIS/STIC)

244. INDICATING

245. SUGGESTING

246. SINGLE DECIDING

247. FOUND THAT

248. CONDITION IS CALLED

249. CONSISTENT WITH

250. OPPORTUNISTIC

251. EARLY FINDING

252. FINAL DIAGNOSIS

253. FREQUENTLY FOUND

254. EARLIEST CHANGE

255. ASSOCIATED PRIMARILY

256. RESULT OF A DEFECT

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257. MAJOR ROLE

258. IMPLICATED IN

259. CHIEF ETIOLOGIC AGENT

260. SPECIAL IMPORTANCE

261. MOST SUSCEPTIBLE

262. INDICATING THAT

263. LEAST LIKELY

264. MOST PROMINENT

265. BETTER INDICATOR

266. VERY SIGNIFICANT

267. GREAT INTEREST/GREATEST INTEREST

268. BECAUSE OF THE POTENTIAL

269. UNIVERSALLY ACCEPTED

270. WORST PREDICTOR

271. FAILURE OF

272. MUST BE CONSIDERED

273. CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE

274. SUSPECTED

275. CONFIRMED

276. WHICH IS LOCATED

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277. TREATED BY

278. EXTREMELY RARE

279. FINDINGS SUGGEST

280. ESSENTIAL FEATURE

281. DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

282. TREATED EFFECTIVELY

283. INCREASES WITH

284. DECREASES WITH

285. PROGNOSTIC VALUE

286. REGARDED AS

287. EXCLUSION CRITERIA/CRITERION

288. DISTINGUISH/ED CLINICALLY

289. FIRST CLINICAL

290. GREATEST FREQUENCY

291. PRINCIPAL FEATURE

292. DETECTED/CAN BE DETECTED/BE DETECTED

293. RESISTANT TO

294. IMPORTANT/ETIOLOGIC FACTOR

295. ON DETECTION OF

296. HAS BEEN CONSIDERED

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297. DUE TO ITS ABILITY

298. IN CONTRAST

299. PARTICULAR RELEVANCE

300. DERIVED FROM

301. HAS BEEN SUGGESTED

302. MAY BE CAUSED

303. BETWEEN THE

304. ISOLATED FINDING

305. FEMALES ARE

306. MALES ARE

307. BIZARRE

308. LACKING

309. MISTAKEN

310. TERMED/AS

311. TERM USED

312. SLIGHTLY MORE

313. SUGGESTED OF

314. PRINCIPAL/PRINCIPALLY

315. FOUND ON

316. WHICH RESEMBLE

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317. APPROXIMATELY

318. CRITERIA/ON FOR

319. INDICATE THAT

320. RESULTS BECAUSE

321. ONLY

322. IDEALLY

323. BASIC DEFECT

324. DUE TO/ A

325. SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT

326. TO DETERMINE

327. REPORTED TO OCCUR

328. TYPICALLY

329. FASTEST

330. MOST OF THEM

331. RAREST

332. HAS BEEN NOTED

333. IN DIAMETER

334. IS REQUIRED TO

335. APPEARANCE

336. FOUND MOST

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336. FOUND MOST

337. IS FOUND IN

338. TIMES(ONLY TO TIMES LIKE THAT)

339. ALMOST ALWAYS

340. NO TREATMENT

341. REFRACTORY

342. WILL CONFIRM

343. WILL INDICATE

344. CANNOT BE

345. CAUSE OF THIS

346. MOST OFTEN

347. CALLED/HAS BEEN CALLED

348. USUALLY INVOLVE

349. IT IS DESIRABLE

350. RESEMBLE/S/ING

351. SHOULD BE REMOVED

352. BIZARRE

353. PARTICULARLY

354. ONLY IN

355. CAUSED BY

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356. INVARIABLY/ALMOST INVARIABLY

357. ESPECIALLY THE

358. WELL ACCEPTED

359. REMARKABLE

360. A FEATURE THAT

361. WORSEN

362. MONITORED CLOSELY

363. SUGGEST/S THAT

364. SHOULD NOT BE

365. UNDOUBTEDLY

366. NOT TO BE

367. IS CURRENTLY

368. CHIEFLY

369. BEST DOCUMENTED

370. MAY APPEAR

371. HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED

372. SUGGESTING

373. RESULTS ONLY

374. HAVE INDICATED

375. ONLY ONE

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376. HAS SHOWN

377. PRINCIPAL

378. DEFINITIVE DIAGNOSTIC

379. DEFINITIVE/LY

380. APPEARS TO

381. ONLY IF

382. ONLY THE

383. THE ONLY

384. VERY

385. SELDOM

386. UNTIL ABOUT

387. BEEN REFERRED

388. TO AS

389. NEVER BE

390. DECIDING

391. USEFUL FOR

392. FREQUENTLY REFERRED

393. MANIFESTED

394. CHIEFLY

395. NOW RECOGNISED

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396. LACKING IN

397. PURELY

398. THUS/THEREBY EXPLAINING

399. BY FAR

400. OFTEN DESCRIBED

401. PATTERN OF

402. MOST OFTEN

403. FIRMLY ESTABLISHED

404. OFTEN NOTED

405. UNIQUE /CONDITION

406. GOOD RESULT

407. ONLY CLINICAL

408. GENERAL AGREEMENT

409. PRIMARY CONFLICT

410. RESIDING IN

411. UNIQUE/UNIQUELY

412. MARKED/LY/BY

413. ETIOLOGY

414. PROBABLY PRODUCED

415. MOST LIKELY

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416. LOCATED

417. HAS BEEN THOUGHT

418. RESULT OF

419. NOT ONLY

420. MANDATES

421. DIAMETER

422. CANNOT BE

423. NEVER BE

424. IMPLICATED

425. RECENT STUDY/IES

426. INDICATOR OF

427. FORERUNNER

428. FOLD

429. TO BE PROTECTIVE

430. SELECTIVELY

431. MOST NOTICEABLE

432. IMPOSSIBLE

433. SEEMS LIKELY

434. CLEARLY INDICATE

435. CAUSED BY

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436. CONSIDERED

437. REGARDED AS

438. IMPLYING

439. MOST SUCCESSFUL

440. MANIFEST CLINICALLY

441. FOLLOWED BY

442. USEFUL CLINICAL

443. IMPORTANT FACTOR

444. SIGNIFICANT/LY

445. RELATIVELY RESISTANT

446. THEREBY PREVENTING

447. IMPORTANT IN THE DEVELOPMENT

448. LATENT PERIOD/LATENCY PERIOD

449. MAY CONTRIBUTE TO

450. UNEQUIVOCAL

451. IN THE PRESENCE OF

452. REQUIRED TO

453. MOST SEVERE

454. PROVED TO BE

455. WOULD INDICATE

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455. WOULD INDICATE

456. TO ETABLISH

457. FAR MORE

458. GREATEST

459. THOUGHT TO CONTRIBUTE

460. SOURCE OF

461. ONLY PRESENTING

462. PREFERABLE

463. MOST SIGNIFICANT

464. PARAMOUNT

465. REPRESENTS APPROXIMATELY

466. HAS BEEN CONSIDERED

467. DISTINGUISH

468. BEEN RECOGNIZED

469. GENERALLY AGREED

470. COMMON SEQUELA

471. DISTINGUISHED

472. CHARACTERISTICALLY

473. PRESENTING

474. EVIDENCE THAT

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475. BECAUSE OF

476. FATAL

477. HIGHEST INCIDENCE

478. LOWEST INCIDENCE

479. IMPLICATED IN

480. IN DETERMINING

481. ACCOUNT/S FOR NEARLY

482. IMPORTANT INDICATOR

483. ALWAYS OCCUR/S

484. RADIOGRAPH MAY

485. DIAGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE

486. PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE

487. MOST WIDELY

488. HAS BEEN CONFIRMED

489. CONSISTENT FINDING

490. CONSISTENT WITH

491. IS CALLED

492. CHARACTERIZED CLINICALLY

493. ACCOUNTING FOR/ACCOUNTS FOR

494. MEAN AGE

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495. PREFERRED/SITE

496. FREQUENTLY MISDIAGNOSED

497. FIRST LINE

498. THAT DISTINGUISH

499. REMINISCENT

500. MISTAKEN

501. MAJOR CAUSE

502. HARBORS

503. ENCODES

504. ACTUAL CAUSE

505. PRIMARY DUE TO

506. SUGGESTIVE OF

507. TRIAD

508. EXCLUSIVELY

509. RADIORESISTANT

510. RADIOSENSITIVE

511. GENDER PREDILECTION

512. THOUGHT TO ARISE

513. MISDIAGNOSED

514. CLINICAL IMPORTANCE

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515. RESISTANT TO

516. PREDOMINANTLY

517. MISTAKEN DIAGNOSIS

518. FIRST TO

519. PREFERRED TREATMENT

520. MALES PREDOMINATE

521. FREQUENTLY MISTAKEN

522. REMARKABLE RESEMBLANCE

523. ESSENTIAL TO

524. CLINICAL INDICATOR

525. OCCURS FOLLOWING

526. TRIGGERING

527. HAS BEEN DETECTED

528. RESULTS FROM

529. ONLY ABOUT

530. INITIAL PRESENTATION

531. COMMON PRESENTING

532. GREATEST DIAMETER

533. OFTEN REFERRED

534. USUALLY TREATED BY

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535. MISDIAGNOSED

536. BETTER THAN

537. DIAGNOSIS OF

538. MAY INDICATE

539. MOST POWERFUL

540. DRAMATICALLY REDUCES

541. PORTAL OF ENTRY

542. PEAK INCIDENCE

543. MAY OCCUR DURING

544. RISK FACTOR

545. COMBINATION WITH

546. FATAL

547. MIMICKING

548. MOST CHARACTERISTIC

549. BODIES

550. TYPICAL OF

551. OFTEN REFERRED

552. THUS SUGGESTING

553. MORE SENSITIVE

554. AFFECTS PREDOMINANTLY

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555. INCUBATION PERIOD

556. PEAK

557. CLOSELY RESEMBLES/RESEMBLING

558. CHARACTERISTIC CLINICAL FEATURE

559. REACHES ITS

560. ITS PEAK

561. CONSTANT/FINDING/FEATURE

562. EVIDENCE TO SUGGEST

563. NECESSARY TO/DISTINGUISH

564. CONFIRMATORY

565. PREDOMINATE MODE

566. MOST SIGNIFICANT

567. MARKED

568. DETECTABLE

569. PREDICTIVE INDICATORS

570. INDICATED FOR

571. AVOIDED IN

572. MAIN CLINICAL SIGN

573. MADE BY

574. HIGHLY SPECIFIC

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574. HIGHLY SPECIFIC

575. HIGHLY SENSITIVE

576. EARLY

577. CHIEF FEATURE

578. FIRST EVIDENCE

579. CHIEF CAUSE

580. INDICATES THE PRESENCE OF

581. DISTINGUISHED FROM

582. STRONG RELATIONSHIP

583. BETTER KNOWN

584. ORAL FINDING

585. FATAL

586. AFFECTS CHIEFLY

587. REFERRED TO

588. MAIN FUNCTION

589. INDICATES THAT

590. PROMINENT

591. GREATEST

592. COMMON SITE/S

593. CONSISTS PRIMARILY

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594. ESSENTIAL FOR

595. NO/ EVIDENCE THAT

596. SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTING FACTOR

597. PROBABLY CAUSED

598. SPECIFIC CAUSE

599. PRESUMABLY

600. ACTUAL CAUSE

601. SUGGESTED THAT

602. BEGINNING OF

603. TERMED

604. STRICTLY

605. INVOLVES

606. DIAGNOSTIC TRIAD

607. RELATIVELY /RESISTANT

608. GENERAL AGREEMENT

609. MOST SIGNIFICANT

610. INVARIABLE FINDING

611. WIDELY ACCEPTED

612. CHIEFLY DUE TO

613. HAS REVEALED

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614. FIRST CHANGE

615. BEEN CONFIRMED

616. CONFIRM THE

617. SHOWS THAT

618. MOST LOGICAL

619. SIGNIFICANT ROLE

620. TO DETECT

621. MOST WIDELY

622. MOST USEFUL

623. PROVEN

624. SHOWN TO BE

625. EXTREME IMPORTANCE

626. CONSISTENT RELATIONSHIP

627. TEND TO PREVENT

628. MOST DIFFICULT

629. MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH

630. INDICATOR

631. INDICATIVE OF

632. SUBSTANTIAL EVIDENCE

633. DIAGNOSTIC
VALUE/SIGNIFICANCE/IMPORTANCE
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VALUE/SIGNIFICANCE/IMPORTANCE

634. ATTRIBUTED TO

635. REPRESENTING A

636. MOST COMMON REASON

637. AMPLE EVIDENCE

638. CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE

639. UNIVERSAL/LY

640. SERIOUS SEQU

641. MOST FREQUENT

642. RADIOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE

643. IMPORTANT FEATURE

644. PORTAL OF ENTRY

645. ALMOST EXCLUSIVELY

646. CHIEF SOURCE

647. DIRECT RESULT

648. PARTICULARLY / PRONE

649. PRIMARY SITE

650. MAY REVEAL

651. ETIOLOGIC AGENT

652. CONSIDERED TO BE

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653. IMPORTANT CLINICAL

654. MAIN DRAWBACK

655. IMPORTANT CLINICAL

656. DISTINCTIVE

657. HELP TO PREVENT

658. MAY BE A RESULT

659. ONLY INDICATION

660. MOST EFFICIENT

661. SUSPECTED TO

662. ALMOST NEVER

663. AT DOSES OF

664. MAY BE USED

665. IN FACT

666. AVOIDED

667. ALTERNATIVE

668. MOST SIGNIFICANT

669. ONE EXCEPTION

670. MOST AT/RISK

671. ENHANCED RISK

672. SHOULD NOT

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673. EXCEPT THOSE

674. EFFECTIVE IN

675. EVIDENCE SUGGESTS

676. MAY BE INVOLVED

677. MORE EFFECTIVE

678. TO PREVENT

679. MUST HAVE

680. INITIAL PROCEDURE

681. TREATED WITH

682. DREADED COMPLICATION

683. CAN RESULT

684. SENSITIVE TO

685. ADVISABLE

686. SENSITIVE TO

687. NO LONGER

688. SHOWN TO

689. OWING TO

690. CONSIDERED TO

691. CAN CAUSE

692. MOST PROMINENT

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693. TIMES MORE

694. REFERRED TO

695. CAUSED BY

696. ALMOST ALWAYS

697. ATTRIBUT/ED/ABLE

698. EXCEPTION

699. DECIDING FACTOR

700. TO BE INVOLVED

701. CONTRAINDI/CATION/CATED

702. WORST

703. BEST FOR

704. BEST TO

705. BEST APPROACH

706. BEST AVOIDED

707. BEST ESTIMATE

708. BEST OUTCOME

709. BEST DONE

710. BEST ACCOMPLISHED

711. BEST-KNOWN

712. BEST EXAMPLE

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713. BEST EVIDENCE

714. BEST SURVIVAL RATE

715. BEST TIME

716. BEST PROCEDURE

717. BEST PROGNOSIS

718. BEST KNOWN

719. BEST OUTCOME

720. BEST ALTERNATIVE

721. BEST WAY

722. BEST PREVENTED

723. BEST OPPORTUNITY

724. BEST SEEN

725. BEST CHANCE

726. BEST MANAGED

727. BEST POTENTIAL

728. BEST TEST

729. SINGLE BEST

730. BEST PROGNOSTIC

731. BEST VIEWED

732. BEST STRATEGY

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733. MOST HELPFUL

734. ALMOST INVARIABLY

735. MOST ABUNDANT

736. MOST LIKELY

737. MOST DIFFICULT

738. MOST OFTEN

739. MOST FREQUENT

740. MOST POTENT

741. MOST SATISFACTORY

742. MOST EFFICIENT

743. MOST SUSCEPTIBLE

744. MOST TYPICAL

745. MOST PROMINENT

746. MAJOR DISADVANTAGE

747. REGARDED AS

748. MOST FEARED

749. MOST TROUBLING

750. MOST RELEVANT

751. MOST USEFUL

752. MOST RAPIDLY

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752. MOST RAPIDLY

753. MOST WARRANTED

754. MOST CRITICAL

755. MOST MARKED

756. MOST SALIENT

757. MOST CLOSELY

758. MOST EVIDENT

759. MOST PRONOUNCED

760. MOST NUMEROUS

761. MOST NOTABLY

762. MOST ACCURATE/LY

763. MOST STRIKING

764. MOST DIFFICULT

765. MOST HEAVILY

766. MOST CAPABLE

767. MOST BENEFICIAL

768. MOST PROMINENT

769. MOST DISTINGUISHING

770. MOST ACTIVE

771. MOST SIGNIFICANT

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772. MOST REMARKABLE

773. MOST AGGRESSIVE

774. MOST IMPRESSIVE

775. MOST RELIABLE

776. MOST SEVERE

777. MOST RESISTANT

778. MOST POTENT

779. MOST LETHAL

780. MOST ACTIVE

781. MOST EXTENSIVELY

782. MOST CHARACTERISTIC

783. MOST CRITICAL

784. MOSTLY EFFECTING

785. MOSTLY AFFECTING

786. POORLY UNDERSTOOD

787. IN CONTRAST TO

788. ONLY/MANIFESTATION

789. MOST RELIABLE

790. BEST EXAMPLE

791. CLASSIC FINDING/S

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792. MOST SEVERE

793. PARTICULARLY SUSCEPTIBLE

794. DISTINCT FEATURE

795. MANIFEST DURING

796. PATHOLOGICAL FEATURE

797. STANDARD TREATMENT

798. DEFINITIVE DIAGNOSIS

799. DIAGNOSTIC OF

800. USED TO DETERMINE

801. CONFIRMATORY EVIDENCE

802. MOST WIDELY

803. HIGHLY SENSITIVE

804. FOR/DETECTION OF

805. RELIABLY

806. DEFINITIVE

807. IT IS IMPORTANT

808. INCREASING EVIDENCE

809. ONLY IN

810. DEPENDS ON

811. SUGGESTING THAT

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812. STUDY OF CHOICE

813. OFTEN IS MISTAKEN

814. SUGGESTED BY

815. HIGHER INCIDENCE

816. GREATER INCIDENCE

817. DEVELOPS AFTER

818. DIRECT EVIDENCE

819. CONTRAST TO

820. MOST CONSISTENT/LY

821. NOT BE CONFUSED

822. GENDER PREDOMINANT

823. GENDER PREDISPOSITION

824. APPEAR FIRST

825. DIAGNOSED BY

826. THAT SUGGESTS

827. DISTINGUISHES IT

828. IN CONTRAST

829. INDEPENDENTLY ASSOCIATED

830. MUST THEREFORE

831. PEAKS

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832. STRONG EVIDENCE

833. PEAK INCIDENCE

834. EXCEPTION

835. USUALLY/SEEN

836. CONFIRMS

837. ADVISED

838. DIAMETER

839. DETECTED

840. DISTINGUISH/HELPS TO DISTINGUISH

841. GOAL OF

842. MOST FEARED

843. INACTIVATED BY

844. DEPENDS ON

845. VERY FREQUENTLY

846. BEST ACHIEVED

847. AS A CONSEQUENCE OF

848. INCREASED RISK

849. INCREASED SENSITIVITY

850. OFTEN SUSPECTED

851. DECREASED SENSITIVITY

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852. MOST ABUNDANT

853. GREATEST NUMBER

854. IMPORTANT IN

855. INVESTIGATION OF CHOICE

856. THOUGHT TO INCREASE

857. DEFICIENCY OF

858. CENTRAL TO

859. IMPORTANT FOR

860. EXAMPLES INCLUDE

861. IMPLICATED

862. DIFFICULT TO DISTINGUISH

863. FREQUENTLY PRESENT

864. ONLY INDICATION

865. ARE SHOWN TO

866. SHOWN TO HAVE

867. DELETERIOUS

868. RADIOLOGIC/AL FINDING

869. ONLY SIGN

870. TYPICALLY PRESENT

871. MUST BE CONSIDERED

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871. MUST BE CONSIDERED

872. EVEN IN THE ABSENCE OF

873. MOST EFFICIENT

874. CHARACTERISTIC OF

875. TRIGGER

876. MIMIC

877. SUSPECTED TO HAVE

878. DIAGNOSTIC OF

879. DOMINANT SYMPTOM

880. KEY TO

881. KEY ELEMENT

882. KEY FINDING

883. KEY SYMPTOMS

884. KEY DIAGNOSTIC

885. KEY COMPLICATION

886. KEY REGULATOR

887. KEYSTONE

888. KEY COMPONENT

889. KEY FACTOR

890. KEY ETIOLOGIC

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891. KEY INITIAL

892. KEY INITIATOR

893. CRITICAL IN

894. OFTEN DETECTED

895. CONVINCING EVIDENCE

896. IN DISTINGUISHING

897. USUALLY RESOLVES

898. RESOLVES WITHIN

899. DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

900. USEFUL DIAGNOSTICALLY

901. ESSENTIAL FEATURE/S

902. CONFINED TO

903. COMPARED TO

904. RESEMBLING

905. CAN BE PREVENTED

906. PREVENTED BY

907. GENERALLY EFFECTIVE

908. RESEMBLES THE

909. FIRST PRESENTATION

910. TO DETECT

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911. RESPOND TO

912. HELP DETERMINE

913. MOST LIKELY/TO

914. MAY PLAY A ROLE

915. PREDISPOSE

916. PREDISPOSED

917. PREDISPOSING

918. LOCATED IN

919. SUGGESTED EVIDENCE

920. NECESSARY TO

921. DETECTED BY

922. MOST OFTEN CAUSED

923. REQUIRED TO IDENTIFY

924. OFTEN CAUSED BY

925. SOURCE OF INFECTION

926. RECOGNIZED RISK FACTOR

927. SHOWN TO REDUCE

928. SUDDEN APPEARANCE

929. TRIAD OF

930. SUGGEST THAT

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931. BEST RESERVED

932. ACCOUNT/S FOR

933. DEFINED AS

934. NEWEST

935. RESULTING FROM

936. GOAL OF THERAPY

937. SPECIFIC FINDING

938. LATE COMPLICATION

939. STRONGLY SUPPORT

940. ATTRIBUTABLE TO

941. INCREASINGLY COMMON

942. PARTICULARLY HELPFUL

943. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

944. IT IS CRITICAL

945. CRITICAL TO

946. DIFFICULT TO DISTINGUISH

947. HELP TO DISTINGUISH

948. SUSPICION OF

949. CONFOUNDED BY

950. HIGHLY EFFECTIVE

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951. PROGNOSTIC SIGN

952. PREFERABLE TO

953. BEST AVOIDED

954. BE AVOIDED

955. KEY FEATURE/S

956. KEY DIAGNOSTIC

957. KEY ELEMENT

958. KEY STRUCTURE

959. KEY EVENT/S

960. KEY PROGNOSTIC

961. PROGNOSTIC FEATURE

962. KEY TO

963. SIGN(ONLY FOR DIFFERENT TYPE OF SIGNS


SHOW

964. WITH PIC)

965. KEY MECHANISM

966. KEY REGULATOR

967. PRIMARY MECHANISM

968. KEY TRIGGER

969. KEY COMPONENT

970. KEY PLAYER


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970. KEY PLAYER

971. KEY FACTOR

972. KEY FINDING/S

973. HISTOPATHOLOGIC FEATURE

974. KEY FINDING

975. DIFFERENTIATING FEATURE

976. MAY BE USEFUL

977. SHOULD BE CONSIDERED

978. SHOULD ONLY BE

979. FIRST STEP

980. IN DISTINGUISHING

981. FOR DISTINGUISHING

982. GUIDED BY

983. LIFE-THREATENING

984. PROVOKED BY

985. THAT DISTINGUISH

986. SHOULD UNDERGO

987. INDICATE THE SITE

988. MOST MARKED

989. AFFECTED MORE

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990. AFFECTED MOST

991. SUGGESTS THAT

992. INITIAL TEST

993. BEST TEST

994. USUALLY RESULT FROM

995. PRIME SUSPECT

996. PRIME TARGET

997. LEAD/S TO

998. EARLY FEATURE

999. CLASSIC EXAMPLE

1000. SENSITIVE FOR

1001. IMPORTANT FEATURE

1002. AT RISK FOR

1003. SUBSTANTIAL RISK

1004. CLEAR EVIDENCE

1005. IMPORTANT MANIFESTATION

1006. ARE KNOWN

1007. DEVELOP SIGNS

1008. FINDINGS SUGGEST

1009. FINDINGS/ARE CHARACTERISTIC

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1010. PRESUMED

1011. PROBABLY DUE

1012. CAN IDENTIFY

1013. STUDY/STUDIES OF CHOICE

1014. MODALITY OF CHOICE

1015. IMPORTANT SIGN

1016. STRONGEST

1017. THERAPY OF CHOICE

1018. INTERVENTION OF CHOICE

1019. APPROACH OF CHOICE

1020. ESSENTIAL FUNCTION

1021. LEAD TO A DIAGNOSIS

1022. BY ASSESSING

1023. PEAK/S

1024. USUALLY RESULT/S

1025. GIVES RISE

1026. LESION SITE

1027. REMAIN CONFINED

1028. MOST PROFOUND

1029. MOST CLOSELY

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1030. IN CONTRAST TO

1031. MORE VULNERABLE

1032. MOST VULNERABLE

1033. DETERMINANT

1034. EARLY MANIFESTATION/S

1035. PREDILECTION OF

1036. TEND TO ARISE

1037. ONE REASON

1038. ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY

1039. BEST WHEN

1040. IS DUE TO

1041. WAY TO TEST

1042. MAIN FUNCTION

1043. THE FINDING

1044. THESE FINDINGS

1045. STRONGLY INDICATED

1046. CORRELATED

1047. STRONGLY CORRELATED

1048. STRONGLY SUGGESTS

1049. USED TO AID

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1050. FOR PREDICTING

1051. BEST CONFIRMATION

1052. STUDIES SUGGEST

1053. CANDIDATE/S FOR

1054. DEFINING FEATURE

1055. A MEASURE OF

1056. THE PRIMARY (WHOLE WORD)

1057. MOST EVIDENT

1058. SENSITIVE TO

1059. MAY EXPLAIN WHY

1060. ACTIVE INGREDIENT

1061. EFFECTIVE FOR

1062. APPROXIMATELY (% ONLY)

1063. MUTATION IN

1064. PROTECTIVE EFFECT

1065. AS A CONSEQUENCE OF

1066. DIAGNOSTIC FEATURE

1067. MANIFESTED BY

1068. MANIFESTED AS

1069. SERIOUS CAUSE

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1070. AGE OF ONSET

1071. OCCURS BY AGE

1072. ONLY ABOUT

1073. MAIN TARGET

1074. USED TO TEST

1075. CONSISTENT FEATURE

1076. IDENTIFIED AS

1077. OCCUR/S PREDOMINANTLY

1078. TESTED BY

1079. OFTEN ARE USED

1080. LIKELIHOOD OF

1081. EXCEEDINGLY USEFUL

1082. CAUSES A

1083. SEEN BEST

1084. BEST SEEN

1085. CLUE/S TO

1086. SHOULD BE SUSPECTED

1087. MAY BE SUSPECTED

1088. ALWAYS BE SUSPECTED

1089. MUST BE SUSPECTED

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1089. MUST BE SUSPECTED

1090. MARKEDLY DIMINISH

1091. MANAGED BY

1092. IMPORTANT TO DIFFERENTIATE

1093. MANIFESTS AS

1094. CM IN SIZE

1095. DISTINGUISH FROM

1096. DIAGNOSED BY

1097. MISDIAGNOSED

1098. MANDATORY TO

1099. INDUCED BY

1100. CLASSIC SYMPTOM

1101. CLASSIC FOR

1102. SHOULD BE MEASURED

1103. IMPORTANT TO RECOGNIZE

1104. CONFUSED WITH

1105. ONLY FINDING

1106. USUALLY DUE TO

1107. CAN BE DETECTED

1108. MAY BE DETECTED

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1109. MUST BE DONE

1110. ORIGINATES IN

1111. ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR

1112. AID IN THE

1113. ADVISED TO AVOID

1114. SHOULD RAISE SUSPICION

1115. MAINSTAY OF

1116. FIRST SYMPTOM

1117. A PROCESS CALLED

1118. EXTREMELY COMMON

1119. CARDINAL SIGN

1120. PARTICULARLY IMPORTANT

1121. STRONGEST PREDISPOSING

1122. TO CONFIRM

1123. EVIDENCE OF (USE EXACT PHRASE)

1124. CLUE TO THE

1125. IMPORTANT IN

1126. IDEAL FOR

1127. VERY HIGH

1128. CAN BE HELPFUL IN

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1129. CAUSED PRIMARILY

1130. PREDOMINANT SYMPTOM

1131. CHARACTERISTIC FINDING

1132. AFFECTED FIRST

1133. IMPORTANT COMPONENT

1134. THAT RESULTS FROM

1135. FIRST CHOICE

1136. USUALLY EVIDENT

1137. DISTINGUISHED BY

1138. DIFFICULT TO DIFFERENTIATE

1139. ADDITIONAL BENEFIT

1140. PROMINENT FEATURE

1141. CAUSED PREDOMINANTLY

1142. HAVE BEEN IMPLICATED

1143. HAS BEEN IMPLICATED

1144. EARLY SIGN

1145. OFTEN REVEALS

1146. EASILY MISTAKEN

1147. MAY BE MISTAKEN

1148. BECAUSE OF THE RISK

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1149. MISTAKEN DIAGNOSIS

1150. MISTAKEN FOR

1151. SOMETIMES MISTAKEN

1152. SOMETIMES MISTAKENLY

1153. USUALLY MISTAKEN

1154. MISTAKENLY INTERPRETED

1155. BECAUSE OF THE

1156. TYPICALLY REVEAL

1157. CAN BE CONFIRMED

1158. COMPLICATION OF

1159. HISTOLOGICAL FEATURE

1160. CORE FEATURE

1161. SEVERE COMPLICATION

1162. SEVERE COMPLICATIONS

1163. CLOSELY RELATED

1164. IMPORTANT CLUE

1165. PLAYS A

1166. PRIMARY SOURCE

1167. MAY POINT TO

1168. NOTORIOUS FOR

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1169. PREDOMINANTLY AFFECT

1170. PREDOMINANTLY AFFECTS

1171. PRIMARY TREATMENT

1172. IS AVOIDED

1173. INITIAL MANIFESTATION

1174. VERY LOW

1175. REDUCES THE RISK

1176. BELIEVED TO BE

1177. TYPICALLY LEADS TO

1178. PROBABLY DUE TO

1179. A SIGN OF

1180. SHOULD BE OBTAINED

1181. SHOULD BE EXAMINED

1182. FOR EVIDENCE OF

1183. PROBABLY THE CAUSE

1184. LIKELY THE EXPLANATION

1185. FIRST GOAL

1186. SHOULD BE ADMINISTERED

1187. TRIGGERED BY

1188. SURROGATE MARKER

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1189. MECHANISM OF

1190. MOST LIKELY CAUSE

1191. CAN MANIFEST AS

1192. THE SOURCE OF

1193. OFTEN REFERRED TO

1194. PARTICULARLY PRONE TO

1195. MOST FEARED

1196. FEARED

1197. PREDICTOR OF

1198. EXCLUSIVELY FOUND

1199. FIRST STEP

1200. PICTURE RESEMBLING

1201. MUST BE DISTINGUISHED

1202. WHICH IS FOUND

1203. CAN HELP IDENTIFY

1204. BEST APPRECIATED

1205. PREDOMINANT FINDING

1206. VALUABLE TOOL

1207. IMPORTANT TO NOTE

1208. TO EXCLUDE

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1208. TO EXCLUDE

1209. CAN LEAD TO

1210. IMPORTANT ROLE

1211. PATHOGENESIS IS (WHOLE WORD)

1212. DOMINANT MANIFESTATION

1213. SUGGEST A DIAGNOSIS

1214. USUALLY A MANIFESTATION

1215. SINGLE MOST

1216. STRONG ASSOCIATION

1217. RAISES SUSPICION

1218. RELIABLY DISTINGUISH

1219. CLEARLY INDICATED

1220. ESPECIALLY PRONE

1221. LEAD TO AN

1222. NOW BEEN RECOGNIZED

1223. SUSPECTED OF

1224. SHOULD BE CONSIDERED

1225. MAY HELP DETECT

1226. MORE HELPFUL

1227. REPORTS SUGGEST

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1228. CLINICALLY SIGNIFICANT

1229. PRESENTING SYMPTOM

1230. SEEN PRIMARILY IN

1231. STRONGEST EVIDENCE

1232. SIGN OF

1233. DUE TO THEIR

1234. PRIMARY MANIFESTATION

1235. SENSITIVE INDICATOR

1236. REPORTED INCIDENCE

1237. PREDOMINATING

1238. TARGETED BY

1239. FOR IDENTIFYING

1240. TYPICALLY CAUSE

1241. MARKED BY (EXACT PHRASE)

1242. DIFFICULT TO DIAGNOSE

1243. WHICH SUGGEST

1244. INITIAL TREATMENT

1245. SENSITIVE MARKER

1246. LATE FINDING

1247. HELP DISTINGUISH

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1248. INDICATION FOR

1249. CAN BE CAUSED

1250. RISK FACTORS FOR

1251. BIOPSY IS NEEDED

1252. KEY PARTICIPANT

1253. IDEAL MARKER

1254. SHOW EVIDENCE OF

1255. SHOWS EVIDENCE OF

1256. KEY CONCEPT

1257. MUST BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT

1258. PROGNOSTIC INDICATOR

1259. INCREASES THE RISK

1260. CRUCIAL TEST

1261. CRUCIAL TESTS

1262. DOMINANT ROLE

1263. USED TO PREDICT

1264. VERY HIGH RISK

1265. RARE COMPLICATION

1266. CRITICAL FOR

1267. MEDIATED PRIMARILY BY

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1268. PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE

1269. SCREENING TOOL

1270. PARTICULAR ATTENTION

1271. SIGNS SUGGESTIVE OF

1272. REFRACTORY TO

1273. LIMITING FACTOR

1274. FIRST PRIORITY

1275. WITH KNOWN

1276. OFTEN BE DETECTED

1277. NO LONGER RECOMMENDED

1278. CRITERIA FOR DIAGNOSIS

1279. IMPORTANT FOR DIAGNOSIS

1280. COMMON FINDING

1281. THIS TEST HELPS

1282. ALTERNATIVE APPROACH

1283. REQUIRED FOR

1284. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

1285. SEEMS LIKELY

1286. IS CONSISTENT WITH

1287. NOTABLE FOR

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1288. WHICH IS RESPONSIBLE FOR

1289. PARTICULARLY TRUE

1290. ESTIMATED BY

1291. FREQUENTLY IN PATIENTS

1292. HAS BEEN LINKED TO

1293. EARLIEST FINDING

1294. IS DIAGNOSTIC OF

1295. SHOWS EVIDENCE OF

1296. HARBINGER OF

1297. CENTRAL TO THE

1298. AS THE CAUSE OF

1299. BEST ASSESSED

1300. WHICH REFLECT

1301. INITIALLY MANAGED

1302. TREATMENT GOAL

1303. MAY LEAD TO

1304. COMMON CAUSE OF (EXACT PHRASE)

1305. HELPFUL IN IDENTIFYING

1306. EASILY RECOGNIZED

1307. BECAUSE OF THE DANGER

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1308. TYPICAL FINDING

1309. TREATMENT ALTERNATIVE/S FOR

1310. NEXT CHOICE

1311. MAY BE HELPFUL

1312. SUGGEST THE POSSIBILITY

1313. STRIKINGLY

1314. MAY RESULT FROM

1315. DUE TO THE FACT

1316. FIRST NOTED

1317. PRIMARY GOAL

1318. IS FOUND IN

1319. ARE FOUND IN

1320. LIKELY TO MANIFEST

1321. INCREASED RATIO

1322. DECREASED RATIO

1323. SPECIFIC DIAGNOSIS OF

1324. CLINICAL SUSPICION

1325. SHOULD BE TAKEN

1326. AS EFFECTIVE AS(EXACT PHRASE)

1327. USED IN CONJUNCTION

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1327. USED IN CONJUNCTION

1328. BETTER MARKER

1329. MORE PROMINENT

1330. ARE AT RISK

1331. CRITICAL FIRST STEP

1332. SERIOUS CONCERN

1333. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION

1334. TO IDENTIFY THE

1335. THERE IS A CLEAR/LY

1336. CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF

1337. IS HELPFUL IN

1338. CONTRIBUTING FACTOR

1339. BECOMING ESTABLISHED

1340. DIRECT CONSEQUENCE

1341. RARELY SEEN

1342. ARE EFFECTIVE FOR

1343. CLUE TO

1344. IS RESPONSIBLE FOR

1345. LARGELY REPLACED

1346. CAN BE VERY

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1347. IMPLICATING

1348. USED WITH CAUTION

1349. FIRST MANIFESTATION

1350. PLAY A

1351. RECENT EVIDENCE

1352. MONITORED FOR

1353. INVOLVE PRIMARILY

1354. PROPENSITY FOR

1355. IS SEEN IN

1356. AN EXCEPTION

1357. SPECIFIC SIGN

1358. MUST BE DIFFERENTIATED

1359. FOUND PRIMARILY ON

1360. FOUND PRIMARILY IN

1361. AS A MANIFESTATION OF

1362. HISTOPATHOLOGIC FINDING

1363. ARE FOUND ON

1364. SEEN MORE OFTEN

1365. S SIGN(WHOLE WORDS)/ SIGN (WHOLE WORDS

1366. MM IN SIZE

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1367. CM IN SIZE

1368. IS ASSOCIATED WITH

1369. ARE USUALLY SEEN

1370. OF PARTICULAR CONCERN

1371. CLASSICALLY ASSOCIATED

1372. TYPICALLY BEGINS

1373. CAN BE DEMONSTRATED

1374. CURRENT EVIDENCE

1375. DIAGNOSIS IS CONFIRMED

1376. CONSIDERED TO BE

1377. THAT DISTINGUISHES

1378. PARTICULARLY PROMINENT

1379. RESEMBLE THOSE SEEN

1380. RELATIVELY SPECIFIC

1381. A FINDING(EXACT PHRASE)

1382. INDISTINGUISHABLE FROM

1383. COMMON SITES(EXACT PHRASE)

1384. HIGHLY SUSCEPTIBLE

1385. NOW CONSIDERED

1386. FREQUENT CAUSE(EXACT PHRASE)

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1387. IMPORTANT RISK FACTOR/S

1388. FREQUENTLY IMPLICATED

1389. COMMON COMPLICATION

1390. CRITICAL IMPORTANCE

1391. REPRESENT/S ONLY

1392. ARE CURRENTLY USED

1393. IT IS BELIEVED

1394. MORE BENEFICIAL

1395. IS CONTROLLED BY

1396. POTENT(WHOLE WORDS)

1397. INCREASINGLY RECOGNIZED

1398. MAY HELP EXPLAIN

1399. FINAL STEP

1400. PROBABLY IMPORTANT

1401. STRONGEST FOR

1402. ESPECIALLY COMMON

1403. PREDOMINANT FEATURE

1404. WHICH IS LINKED TO

1405. DIAGNOSIS IS CONFIRMED

1406. CRITICAL DETERMINANT

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1407. STRONGLY LINKED

1408. DIRECT MEASURE(WHOLE WORDS)

1409. RELIABLE MEASURE

1410. PROVIDES AN ESTIMATE

1411. IS A REFLECTION OF

1412. SUSCEPTIBLE TO

1413. DISTINCTION BETWEEN

1414. INCIDENTAL FINDING

1415. BETTER INDEX

1416. ’S SYNDROME

1417. MEDIATED PRIMARILY

1418. LOCALIZATION OF

1419. IMPORTANT PREDICTOR

1420. PREDICTS THE

1421. USEFUL CLUE

1422. USUALLY DETECTED

1423. IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF

1424. NO ADVANTAGE OVER

1425. TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN

1426. FOUND TO PREDICT

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1427. STRONG FAMILY HISTORY

1428. VALUABLE DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

1429. VERY RELIABLE

1430. SHOULD SUSPECT

1431. UNDER AGE

1432. INCREASED SUSCEPTIBILITY

1433. BEST CONSIDERED

1434. IS REQUIRED FOR

1435. COMMONLY PRESENT IN

1436. SEEN IN PATIENTS WITH

1437. PROMINENT ROLE

1438. EXCEPTION TO

1439. IS CAUSED BY

1440. PREDOMINANTLY CAUSED

1441. ULTIMATELY CAUSE

1442. NOW RECOGNIZED

1443. MUTATION/S IN THE

1444. OCCURS WHEN

1445. THIS IS BECAUSE

1446. CRUCIAL FOR

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1446. CRUCIAL FOR

1447. IN THE PATHOGENESIS

1448. USED TO IDENTIFY

1449. GENE RESPONSIBLE FOR

1450. USEFUL FOR IDENTIFYING

1451. MORE RESISTANT TO

1452. NOW WIDELY USED

1453. MAIN INDICATION

1454. INITIAL METHOD

1455. SPECIFIC MARKER

1456. BY A FACTOR OF

1457. BIOCHEMICAL MARKER

1458. PREDISPOSITION TO

1459. CAN PREDISPOSE TO

1460. GENETIC MARKER

1461. SIGNIFICANT RISK

1462. MAJOR DETERMINANT

1463. ARE THE RESULT

1464. MORE SPECIFIC

1465. OF THIS FINDING

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1466. PARTICULARLY VULNERABLE

1467. CRITICAL FACTOR

1468. A PROCESS KNOWN AS

1469. HIGHLY CONSISTENT WITH

1470. PRIMARILY SEEN / SEEN PRIMARILY

1471. MOSTLY CAUSED BY

1472. SOMETIMES CALLED

1473. NECESSARY TO DETERMINE

1474. AVAILABLE EVIDENCE SUGGESTS

1475. CRITICALLY IMPORTANT

1476. GENE ENCODING

1477. DUE TO A MUTATION IN

1478. FEATURE THAT DISTINGUISHES

1479. PREDICTIVE OF

1480. CENTRAL IMPORTANCE

1481. INDEPENDENT OF

1482. NOW KNOWN

1483. TO PROTECT AGAINST

1484. THOUGHT TO

1485. FOUND MOSTLY

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1486. LONGEST

1487. ESSENTIAL ELEMENT

1488. DETERMINED BY

1489. HIGHLY SUGGESTIVE

1490. AGGRAVATED BY

1491. MOST SPECIFIC

1492. ABSORBED IN

1493. REFLECTS THE

1494. MAIN DISADVANTAGE

1495. CAUSED DUE TO

1496. TESTED BY

1497. BODIES(WHOLE WORD)

1498. PARALYSIS OF

1499. REQUIRED TO DTETERMINE

1500. DEPENDS ON

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return more high yield statements. For eg: contraindication will give results
with " contraindication" as well as"contraindications" However if you exercise
whole words option with " contraindication" you will not get any results with
"contraindications"

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9. It is very important that you understand when to use "whole words" option
in the search criteria and when not to use. For example let us see what results
we get when we use slightly different combinations to search.
We searched the following in the same book and these are the results different
every time

PUNCH WORD RESULTS WHOLE WORDS


contraindic 421 HIGH-YIELD STATEMENTS Not used
contraindication 69 HIGH-YIELD STATEMENTS Used
contraindications 160 HIGH-YIELD STATEMENTS Used
contraindicated 190 HIGH-YIELD STATEMENTS Used
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So you see if you used "whole words" you would have got less results from our
punch words. So when searching be careful how you search.

10."Whole words" can yield excellent result in certain cases. For example "lewy
bodies" "dohle bodies" if you search with "bodies" which is again a punch
word will give high-yield statements with all these type of important bodies
found in different diseases or pathological conditions. This is the classic
case of using "whole words" option as not using this option means your
search results will be cluttered with unwanted results like
"antibodies" "cell bodies" "vertebral bodies" etc. which we don't want.

REMEMBER : YOU SHOULD ALWAYS KNOW WHAT IS USEFUL AND WHAT IS UNNECESSARY

11. When do you use "case-sensitive" from the options menu?

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This is a very interesting option, 90% of the times you don't need this option
which means if you search using "MOST COMMON" in capital letters and select
case-sensitive it will only look for high-yield statements which has most
common in capital letters. Your search result will yield "0" results because no
books will have the word "most common” capitalized in between of a sentence.

BUT
Did you know this "case-sensitive" option can help you solve some tough MCQs

in your exam. This is why- In most cases nowadays MCQs are increasingly set

from "TABLES" from top authentic medical/dental/nursing books of your

respective field. "TABLE" is a punch word which gives you access to all vital

high-yield statements from TABLES of authentic books and is the most

commonly overlooked part by students or were not accessible by this clever

way previously. Look at some of the high-yield information it yields.

NOTE: "TABLE" is in CAPITAL LETTERS and we have used the "CASE-SENSITIVE"

option

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EXAMPLE 1

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EXAMPLE 2

WHENEVER SEARCHING WITH PUNCH WORDS PLEASE CHECK whether


"include pages content " is checked or not. This option should always remain
checked since this option means the pdf reader will search for the punch
word in the contents of the pdf document

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12. How do I search multiple books at once ?
Take any subject that you like, in most cases you would like to get high-yield
statements from multiple authentic books of the same subject so as to be at
the top of your ability in competitive exams. Follow these steps.

1. Get all your books of a particular subject in 1 folder and lets name it say
medicine books

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2. Now go to PDF X-Change viewer and go to "Where would you like to search"?
Choose the drop-down menu there and click on "Browse" to tell the pdf
reader to search in "medicine" folder. Hit search now and you will get all
high yield statements with a particular punch word from all of the books in
that folder.

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Before hitting search check "Look in Sub-Folders" option. You can use this
feature if you keep books arranged according to subjects in subject-wise
folders. You can then point to the main folder having different subjects and it
will search in multiple subjects at the same time for the PUNCH WORD and its
associated high yield statements.

PLEASE NOTE: Numbers corresponding to the books indicate how many high-
yield statements it found associated with a particular punch word

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13. Use highlight and underline buttons to your satisfaction.

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THIS COMPLETES OUR LESSON ON HOW TO
SEARCH FOR HIGH-YIELD STATEMENTS USING
PUNCH WORDS IN PDF X-CHANGE VIEWER

THE FINAL LESSON IS ON HOW TO SAVE HIGH-YIELD


STATEMENTS ELECTRONICALLY USING GREENSHOT

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How to capture high-yield statement using GREENSHOT SCREEN CAPTURE
(BEST METHOD FOR QUICKLY ASSIMILATING 1500 PUNCH WORDS)

This technique minimizes time required to assimilate all the high-yield satements from
any medical/dental/nursing book.
Step 1: Download GREENSHOT screen-capture software. CLICK HERE
Step 2: Install greenshot(just note down the folder where it is installed in your PC/MAC)
Step 3: after installing go to the installed folder or if a shortcut icon is created on
desktop go to it.

Step 4 : go to the icon of greenshot where application is shown on right side.


right click and select pin to taskbar.(for me it is showing unpin from taskbar
because I already have it installed)

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what it does it pins it to taskbar so that it is easily accessible to you everytime.

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Step 5 : click on the greenshot icon now placed in the taskbar at the bottom of
computer screen. You will see another greenshot icon appearing at the bottom
far right of your screen.

Step 6 : right click on greenshot (bottom right) and click on preferences

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Step 7 : when preferences open make sure everything under different looks like mine

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Step 8 : when you double click on greenshot icon on bottom right of your screen it
opens up the folder where the screenshots are captured. All your screenshots
are captured there.
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DOWNLOAD PICASA PHOTO VIEWER AND MAKE IT DEFAULT PHOTO VIEWER FOR SPEED
LEARNING BECAUSE WHEN YOU REVISE USING THE SCREENSHOTS IT IS VERY FAST IN
TRANSTIONING FROM ONE SCREENSHOT TO THE OTHER ( I haven’t seen this advantage in
other photo viewers)

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