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Ayurvedic medicine

A complementary, holistic approach to health based on ancient Hindu texts. It is traced back to the sages of ancient India. These rishis are believed to have discovered the principles of Ayurveda during deep meditation.
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atrial myxoma

A rare, benign heart tumor that most often occurs in the left atrium. The diagnosis is often difficult because the symptoms of atrial myxoma can mimic other illnesses, including rheumatological conditions such as VASCULITUS.
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arthroscopy and arthroscopic surgery

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In its simplest form this involves direct visualization of the structures inside a joint through a tube. Modern arthroscopes have improved sources of light, and the image is magnified and transmitted to a video screen via a fiberoptic cable.
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arthritis

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Inflammation of joints that results in pain, heat, swelling, and loss of function. arthritisis not one condition but has many causes, and it affects more than 40 million people in the United States.
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ankylosing spondylitis

A chronic inflammatory arthritis that predominantly affects the spine. It has a strong genetic component, and over 95 percent of AS patients who are of Caucasian extraction have a gene called HLA-B27.
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European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) was founded in May 1990, and inaugurated in April 1991, and works in the economies of 27 countries in central and eastern Europe and central Asia with a view to ensuring them a stronger...
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Ethnocentrism

Ethnocentrism refers to the human tendency to view the world through the lens of one’s own culture.
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Estonia

The country of Estonia is the northernmost of the three Baltic States, having been a part of the Russian Empire from 1721 until independence in 1918.
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E.ON

E.ON describes itself as the world’s largest investor-owned power and natural gas company. E.ON is involved in every step of the power supply chain from development, through transportation, to final deliveryto customers.
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Entry Mode

An Entry Mode is the manner in which a company decides to enter into foreign markets. International market efforts take many forms. There are various strategies an organization may implement once it has decided to enter the global market.
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Enron Corporation

When Enron Corporation filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11 protection on December 2, 2001, it was valued at over $60 billion, thus achieving the notoriety of being the largest U.S. corporate failure at that time.
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Enel

Enel is engaged in the production, distribution, and sale of electricity and gas across Europe and North and Latin America, managing a range of hydroelectric, thermoelectric, nuclear, geothermal, wind, and photovoltaic power stations.
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Empowerment

Empowerment is the process of conferring decision-making capacity upon those who previously had been unable to decide matters for themselves or had limited ability to do so.
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avascular necrosis

Death of an area of bone marrow and bone resulting in loss of normal architecture. Avascular necrosis is not a specific disease but is the end result of any condition that decreases the circulation to an area of bone to the extent that the bone dies.
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assistive devices

These include any device that improves the functional capacity of someone with a disability brought about by a rheumatic disease.
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arthrodesis

A procedure in which a damaged joint that cannot be replaced is surgically fused. The remains of the joint are removed and the ends of the two bones fixed in place by screws or by a rod running through the bones until they have united.
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antiphospholipid antibody syndrome

This is also known as anticardiolipin antibody syndrome or lupus anticoagulant syndrome.
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European Coal and Steel Community

The European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) was a supranational organization instituted under the 1951 Treaty of Paris, which provided a framework for the pooling of coal and steel resources across member countries.
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Euro

The Euro is the currency of those member states of the European Union (EU) that (1) want to use a common currency with other members of the Union, and (2) meet the criteria for joining the “Eurozone.” As of July 2008, 15 countries within the EU use...
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Ethnocentric Human Resource Policy

The term ethnocentric is derived from the Hellenic (Greek), a composite word that consists of the term , which means nation, and the term, which means center.
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Equities

The term equity means different things in different contexts. In the business world, equity usually refers to stocks or other securities that represent ownership rights (to a company or some other business entity).
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Environmental Standards

Environmental Standards are recommended or compulsory policy specifications designed to regulate human, generally business, effects on the environment, the surroundings in which an organization operates.
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Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship can be defined as the practice of starting a business or “breathing life” into an existing business. One can do so by exploring and pursuing new business initiatives that have the potential to make the organization grow.
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Eni

Eni is one of the leading integrated energy companies in the world, and its success is mainly based on continuous innovation and growth strategies.
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Enculturation

Enculturation is the process whereby an established culture influences and teaches an individual, group, or organization to the extent that the target adopts the particular culture’s values, norms, and behaviors and the target finds an accepted...
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