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normal pressure

[′nȯr·məl ′presh·ər]
(meteorology)
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the normal pressure gradient is derived from the negative normal component of the curl of vorticity at the wall.
Normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH) is an often overlooked cause of hypokinetic gait disorders in older adults (Stolze et al.
The pathophysiology and symptoms of normal pressure hydrocephalus are still not well understood.
Normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH) usually occurs in people with a history of arachnoid insult in which infection or bleeding affects the ability to absorb spinal fluid.
The impact force is comparable to an 8-inch pneumatic tool operating at a normal pressure of 110 psi.
A lumbar puncture was performed and showed clear cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) at normal pressure.
Since it rises with age, you can't assume that normal pressure will stay that way.
Edelman cautions that some people with normal pressure can still develop glaucoma, while people with pressures as high as 29 never exhibit signs of the disease.
The money raised by Denkinger and Oliva will be used to support an outreach program of the Hydrocephalus Association that provides free resources and educational materials to parents of children born with the condition and to people with Adult Onset Normal Pressure hydrocephalus.
We are only feeling normal pressure - at the moment," said Skrela.
Approximately 25% of those with the disorder have a form of glaucoma in which the eye pressure is not elevated, so-called normal pressure glaucoma (NPG).
Furthermore, the normal pressure for the use of price competition through credits, dividend plans, deviations, and loss-sensitive rating plans is often sales-driven.