treatment has definitions from the field of medicine
[ noun ] (medicine) care by procedures or applications that are intended to relieve illness or injury

Used in print

(Successful Farming, 59:12...)

Increases rate of gain and improves feed efficiency , aids in the prevention or treatment ( depending_on level fed ) of the early stages of shipping_fever , prevents or treats bacterial diarrhea , and aids in reducing incidence of bloat and liver abscesses .

For the treatment of bacterial scours , feed 100 - 200 grams .

For prevention or treatment of bacterial scours , feed 0.1 to 5 milligrams per pound of body_weight daily .

For the prevention or treatment of the early stages of shipping_fever complex , increase feeding level to 0.5 to 2 grams per head per day .

For treatment of shipping_fever , this level should be fed at the onset of the disease symptoms until symptoms disappear .

[ noun ] the management of someone or something




"the handling of prisoners" or "the treatment of water sewage" "the right to equal treatment in the criminal justice system"

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(St. Louis Post-Dispatch,...)

The truth is , though , that men react differently to different treatment .

(The Providence Journal...)

Such fascinating novelties in the score as the fugual treatment of `` On_the_Side_of_the_Angels '' and `` Politics_and_Poker '' were handled splendidly , and I thought Rudy_Bond and his band of tuneful ward-heelers made `` Little_Tin_Box '' even better than it was done by the New_York cast ; all the words of its clever lyrics came_through with perfect clarity .

(A. N. Nagaraj and L. M. Black, "Localization of...)

Treatment of all the sera with sweet_clover proteins greatly reduced nonspecific fluorescence , especially when the treated conjugate was diluted to 1 : 2 with 0.85 % saline .

In_addition to other treatments , treating the sections with normal sheep serum for half an hour before layering * * f did not reduce nonspecific staining .

The only treatment by which nonspecific staining could be satisfactorily removed was by passing the conjugate through a DEAE-cellulose column .

[ noun ] a manner of dealing with something artistically


"his treatment of space borrows from Italian architecture"

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(Chester G. Starr, The Origins of Greek Civili...)

Whenever artists , indeed , turned_to actual representations or molded three-dimensional_figures , which were rare down to 800 B.C. , they tended to reflect reality ( see Plate 6a , 9b ) ; a schematic , abstract treatment of men and animals , by intent , rose only in the late eighth century .

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[ noun ] an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic


"the book contains an excellent discussion of modal logic" "his treatment of the race question is badly biased"

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(Newton Stallknecht, "Ideas and Literature," in Newton S...)

Usually the work studied offers us a special or even an individualized rendering or treatment of the ideas in_question , so that the student finds it necessary to distinguish carefully between the several expressions of an `` - ism '' or mode of thought .

(Raymond J. Corsini et al., Roleplaying in Business...)

We may say that his problem was diagnosed but that he refused treatment .