Definitions for "Curative"
Keywords:  sorbitol, lipoprotein, lesion
Lesion Sorbitol
Lipoprotein Sorbitol
Localization Thermoregulation
Motility Thermoregulation
Niacin Ulcer
Neuropharmacology Niacin Vagal
Microkeratome Suction Microscopy Surgical
Membrane Suction
Microscopy Staging
Neurons Thrombosis
Neural Thrombosis Neurology Thyroxine
Keywords:  neuroanatomy, tinnitus
Neuroanatomy Tinnitus
Keywords:  stomatitis, methionine
Methionine Stomatitis
Keywords:  metaplasia, stent
Metaplasia Stent
Keywords:  trichinosis, molting
Molting Trichinosis
Keywords:  teratoma, metastasis
Metastasis Teratoma
Keywords:  microbiological
Keywords:  reconstitution, lymphoid
Lymphoid Reconstitution
Keywords:  systolic, malformation
Systolic Malformation
Keywords:  regimen
Keywords:  sigmoidoscopy, malignant
Malignant Sigmoidoscopy
Keywords:  myxedema, topical
Myxedema Topical
Keywords:  microsomal, species
Microsomal Species
Keywords:  tamoxifen, menstruation
Menstruation Tamoxifen
Keywords:  metastatic, staging
Metastatic Staging
Metabolite Telecommunications
Relating to, or employed in, the cure of diseases; tending to cure.
tending to cure or restore to health; "curative powers of herbal remedies"; "her gentle healing hand"; "remedial surgery"; "a sanative environment of mountains and fresh air"; "a therapeutic agent"; "therapeutic diets"
chemicals which react to create crosslinks between polymer chains, along with or independently of a primary crosslinker like sulfur
Keywords:  microorganism, toxic
Microorganism Toxic
a medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieve pain
Able to cure disease.
Intended to overcome disease and promote recovery
Keywords:  lymphatic, specificity
Lymphatic Specificity
Keywords:  substrate
Localization Solvent
Localization Transplantation
This usually indicates that the radiation treatments are being delivered in an attempt to cure the cancer. The end result may not always be a cure however; there is a high enough likelihood of cure that the treatments will be designed with this in mind.
Describes treatment given with the intention of curing the disease.