paradoxical therapy

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paradoxical therapy n.

paradoxical therapy n.

paradox n. (in *family therapy)

When a Paradoxical Increase in Serum Galactomannan Antigen during Caspofungin Therapy Is Not Paradoxical after All

Paradoxes of adherence and drug resistance to HIV antiretroviral therapy

Systemic Paradoxical Response to Antituberculous Drugs: Resolution with Corticosteroid Therapy

Sarcoidosis during therapy with adalimumab in a Crohn's disease patient: A paradoxical effect

There are no paradoxes of adherence and drug resistance to HIV antiretroviral therapy

Bacchic Medicine. Wine and Alcohol Therapies from Napoleon to the French Paradox. Harry W Paul. Amsterdam, New York: Editions Rodopi, 2001, pp. 341, US$28, EUR 30 (PB) ISBN: 90 420 1111 4; US$75, EUR 80 (HB) ISBN: 90 420 1121 1.

078. A Paradoxical Relationship Between BAFF and B Cells Revealed by Rituximab Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Paradoxical adverse events of anti-tumour necrosis factor therapy for spondyloarthropathies: a retrospective study

Unsuspected and Paradoxical Potential for Drug Interaction by Rifampin: Things to Ponder with Antiretroviral Therapy

New insights into the paradoxical effect of thiazides in diabetes insipidus therapy

Paradoxical Response to Antituberculous Therapy in Infliximab-Treated Patients with Disseminated Tuberculosis

Paradoxical Reaction Syndrome Complicating Aural Infection Due to Mycobacterium tuberculosis during Therapy

Paradoxical Local Response to Therapy for Mycobacterium avium Complex Infection in Four Patients with AIDS

Subcutaneous Abscesses Due to Mycobacterium tuberculosis: Paradoxical Expansion of Disease During Therapy for Miliary Tuberculosis

Paradoxical Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome in HIV-Infected Patients Treated With Combination Antiretroviral Therapy After AIDS-Defining Opportunistic Infection

Large response to cardiac resynchronization therapy in a patient with segmental paradoxical systolic expansion identified by strain imaging


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Any form of psychotherapy involving techniques that appear on the surface to contradict the goals of the treatment, such as negative practice and paradoxical intention.

Subjects: Psychology.

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