Although the evidence is limited, these patients are often treated with warfarin to prevent progression, especially if remedial surgery is not possible.
If the figures being thrown around this week are any indication, there are a lot of people in need of remedial math lessons.
Geriatricians are concerned about standards of assessment and continuing medical, nursing, and remedial therapy care in nursing homes.
This is not because of any individual error but because of a worrying pattern of apparent inability to learn from previous mistakes and benefit from remedial input.
Carrying out remedial repairs and updating of central heating systems are among the group s priorities.
The confusion generated by this usage, too, has to be tackled by remedial education.
Today's liberalism holds that remedial measures are necessary to compensate for past injustices.
Sandel points out that justice is remedial - it corrects or repudiates injustice.
He believes that he has been involved in perhaps a couple of situations where remedial ties had to be implemented.
"Clearly, too many students need remedial courses," the report states.