Adherent to

Adherent to

 

A point a is said to be adherent to a set M if every neighborhood of a contains at least one point of M. The set of all points adherent to M is called its closure. If a is adherent to M and every neighborhood of a contains infinitely many points of M, a is called a limit point of M; otherwise, a is an isolated point of M.

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Sixty-nine percent of patients non-adherent to first-line anti-diabetic therapy were not adherent to second-line.
aacunonauy, it aanerence tor at least 17 days of the 21 days of controlled diet (greater than 81% of the days) was arbitrarily considered compliant, then all participants were adherent to the typical Australian diet, and 80% of IBS participants (24 of 30) and 100% of healthy controls were adherent to the low-FODMAP diet," wrote the authors.
Otologic examination revealed that a dog tick was adherent to the tympanic membrane (figure).
Sometimes the reason is that the patient has not been adherent to the medication, but not willfully so.
For a number of years in the mid-term, I was an adherent to the United Church of Canada, but returned to the Anglican church many years ago.
The adhesive-free area is adherent to the wet areas of the meat product's surface and the areas containing adhesive are adherent to the dry areas of the meat product's surface.
We continue to be very confident telling end users and OEMs alike that our switch leads the pack in raw I/O performance adherent to accepted industry standards.
The soils and contaminants present on this item, having aged for several years, were adherent to such an extent that an attempt to remove them using a wire brush or scraper failed, even employing an extremely vigorous effort.
Carter took office as an adherent to this view, ignoring the military and ideological issues of U.
In addition, results were consistent among seniors, where patients were 25 to 225 percent more likely to be adherent to therapy.
Adherence was poor overall, with 36% of patients remaining adherent to both therapies at 12 months' follow-up.
It is ironic that an adherent to the Essentials movement would call for a more open approach to and acceptance of the organization.