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Aggravation of cardiac myofibroblast arrhythmogeneicity by mechanical stress

Genetic Evidence for the Aggravation of Plasmodium falciparum Malaria by Interleukin 4

Astrogliosis in epilepsy leads to overexpression of adenosine kinase, resulting in seizure aggravation

Neuronal chloride accumulation and excitatory GABA underlie aggravation of neonatal epileptiform activities by phenobarbital

Induction and aggravation of atrioventricular valve regurgitation in the course of chronic right ventricular apical pacing

The Rule of Non-Aggravation of the Dispute in ICSID Arbitration Practice

Toll-like receptor 9-independent aggravation of glomerulonephritis in a novel model of SLE

No aggravation of renal injury in apolipoprotein E knockout mice (ApoE–/–) after subtotal nephrectomy

CRT51: AGGRAVATION OF THE CLINICAL STATUS OF CRT-P PATIENT DOCUMENTED BY PACEMAKER MEMORIES: A CASE REPORT

Aggravation, Mitigation and Mercy in English Criminal Justice. By Nigel Walker (London: Blackstone Press, 1999. xxvii + 270 pp. £21.95 pb)

High neutrophil count in girls and women with hyperinsulinaemic hyperandrogenism: normalization with metformin and flutamide overcomes the aggravation by oral contraception

Impaired 2-AG Signaling in Hippocampal Glutamatergic Neurons: Aggravation of Anxiety-Like Behavior and Unaltered Seizure Susceptibility

The first reported case of a transvenous left ventricular pacing lead of cardiac resynchronization therapy causing aggravation of coronary atherosclerosis

Aggravation of Established Colitis in Specific Pathogen-free IL-10 Knockout Mice by Restraint Stress Is Not Mediated by Increased Colonic Permeability

 

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Increasing in seriousness, making worse. From Latin aggravare, to make heavier (related in origin to aggrieve). An aggravating factor or circumstance (the terms are used interchangeably) is a feature of ...

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