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Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

to the NEJM articles and a medical record review showing misuse of vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty, US Medicare (Medicare (United States)) contractor (Medicare (United States)#Administrator) Noridian Administrative Services (NAS) conducted a literature review and formed a policy regarding reimbursement of the procedures. NAS states that in order to be reimbursable, a procedure must meet a certain criteria, including, 1) a detailed and extensively documented medical record showing pain caused


Uppsala

states that he learnt Hindustani (Hindustani language) (i.e., Urdu) and also started to learn Persian (Persian language). There is, however, no record showing that he had passed any examination in these subjects. In later years he occasionally referred to his Indian "Monshi," and it is also likely that he had his first encounters with Sufism at that time. In April 1893 he was finally discharged from the army "with ignominy," i.e., for disciplinary reasons. After


Jamaica

. He states that he learnt Hindustani (Hindustani language) (i.e., Urdu) and also started to learn Persian (Persian language). There is, however, no record showing that he had passed any examination in these subjects. In later years he occasionally referred to his Indian "Monshi," and it is also likely that he had his first encounters with Sufism at that time. In April 1893 he was finally discharged from the army "with ignominy," i.e., for disciplinary reasons


Stockholm

, and by then his drinking had developed into full-blown alcoholism, possibly in combination with the use of narcotic drugs. Nevertheless, he spent time on language studies, obviously in preparation for one of the language examinations that formed part of the British administrative system in India. He states that he learnt Hindustani (Hindustani language) (i.e., Urdu) and also started to learn Persian (Persian language). There is, however, no record showing that he had passed any


India

system in India. He states that he learnt Hindustani (Hindustani language) (i.e., Urdu) and also started to learn Persian (Persian language). There is, however, no record showing that he had passed any examination in these subjects. In later years he occasionally referred to his Indian "Monshi," and it is also likely that he had his first encounters with Sufism at that time. In April 1893 he was finally discharged from the army "with ignominy," i.e

drugs. Nevertheless, he spent time on language studies, obviously in preparation for one of the language examinations that formed part of the British administrative system in India. He states that he learnt Hindustani (Hindustani language) (i.e., Urdu) and also started to learn Persian (Persian language). There is, however, no record showing that he had passed any examination in these subjects. In later years he occasionally referred to his Indian "Monshi,"

. There is, however, no record showing that he had passed any examination in these subjects. In later years he occasionally referred to his Indian "Monshi," and it is also likely that he had his first encounters with Sufism at that time. In April 1893 he was finally discharged from the army "with ignominy," i.e., for disciplinary reasons. After that he became an even more intrepid traveler, going to England and America (Americas) (including Jamaica) and then back to Sweden


Soviet Union

GPI doi pdf 10.1521 siso.2009.73.2.261 format pdf doi 10.1521 siso.2009.73.2.261 The trio attack Li's claim that he had been Mao's personal physician in 1954, instead presenting copies of a document from Mao's medical record showing that Li only took on the responsibility for caring for Mao on 3 June 1957. Wu goes on to argue that whilst much of Li's memoir is devoted to talking about Mao in the period between 1954 and 1957, Li was not his general practitioner during


Australia

Persian (Persian language). There is, however, no record showing that he had passed any examination in these subjects. In later years he occasionally referred to his Indian "Monshi," and it is also likely that he had his first encounters with Sufism at that time. In April 1893 he was finally discharged from the army "with ignominy," i.e., for disciplinary reasons. After that he became an even more intrepid traveler, going to England and Americas America


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