Citations:abjunctive

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    • 1883, Isaac Taylor, Saturday Evening, J.P. Haven, page 270,
      It is this power which leads on always from the less perfect, towards the more perfect ; — from the accidental and abjunctive, to the universal ; or from ...
    • 1973, United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare‎ - , U.S. G.P.O, page 268,
      The therapeutic programs provided include chemotherapy, electroshock, Individual, group and family psychotherapy, abjunctive therapy, medical and nursing
    • 1996, Cianchetti E; Legnini M; Ucchino S; Ricci A; Scipione P; Grossi S; Scotti U; Napolitano L, Gynecomastia (report): Annali italiani di chirurgia, discussion pages 499-500,
      The authors present their experience concerning 47 patients: 27 were surgical treated with subcutaneous subtotal mastectomy and 18 had an abjunctive liposuction treatment with good results.