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Multimodal Therapy

multimodal therapy n.

multimodal therapy n.

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Multimodal Cognitive Therapy: Combining Treatments That Bypass Cognitive Deficits and Deal With Reasoning and Appraisal Biases

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542 Antibiotics and probiotics in multimodal therapy of patients with chronic heart failure

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MINERVA: A multi-modality plugin-based radiation therapy treatment planning system

A Pilot Study of Multimodality Therapy for Initially Unresectable Liver Metastases from Colorectal Carcinoma: Hepatic Resection After Hepatic Arterial Infusion Chemotherapy and Portal Embolization

A phase II trial of sorafenib in relapsed and unresectable high-grade osteosarcoma after failure of standard multimodal therapy: an Italian Sarcoma Group study

 

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An approach to psychotherapy, developed in 1972 by the South African-born US psychologist Arnold A(llan) Lazarus (born 1932), based partly on behaviour therapy, but more eclectic in its range of techniques and more concerned with the unique requirements of particular cases, the functional character of symptoms, and the importance of cognitive factors. See also BASIC-ID. MMT abbrev.

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