colotomy

(redirected from Structural instrument)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.

colotomy

[kə′läd·ə·mē]
(medicine)
Incision of the colon; may be abdominal, lateral, lumbar, or iliac, according to the region of entrance.
References in periodicals archive ?
The company is an acknowledged world leader in the design, manufacture and installation of state-of-the-art geotechnical and structural instruments which are used to monitor the stability of infrastructure, tunnels, mines, dams and roads.
CHARACTERISTICS OF STRUCTURAL INSTRUMENTS AND PUBLIC PROJECTS FINANCED BY THESE FUNDS
For example, in Romania, defining funding priorities of structural instruments was based on an exercise of national economic and social analysis, but the national priorities set were a simple transposition of European goals.
Guide for Cost--Benefit of projects financed by EU structural instruments requires that the CBA must decide whether the analysis is done by adopting a local, regional, national, EU or global perspective.
A definite role in making environment programmes / projects is held by the financing sources which include both funds that were used to finance environment projects PHARE, ISPA, LIFE, GEF and the main Structural Instruments (Cohesion Fund, European Fund for Reconstruction and Development) that are available beginning with this year and for which there have been drawn up operational programmes according to the specific of each sector and based on which funds can be accessed, such as "Environment Sector Operational Programme" for environment projects (Bran and Ioan, 2009).
The signing follows an agreement concluded in February 2016 about the provision of technical assistance for projects and programmes funded through EU Structural Instruments under the 2014-2020 programming period.
Observers agree that joining the EU has been a difficult road for Turkey as the negotiation talks have been blocked on eight of the chapters, including on financial services, transport policy, customs union and external relations, since 2006 and that even though Chapter 22, on regional policy and coordination of structural instruments, has been opened, the Cyprus issue also needs to be handled for the closed chapters to be opened again for full membership to be achieved.
Meeting in Luxembourg, on 25 June, for the General Affairs Council, the 27 ministers green-lighted the opening of Chapter 22 - regional policy and coordination of structural instruments - with Turkey, the first chapter to be opened since June 2010.
The recent decision by France to lift its blockage on Chapter 22, 'Regional Policy and Coordination of Structural Instruments,' is a promising first step.
The six chapters opened on 18 December are: free movement of goods (Chapter 1), taxation (16), economic and monetary policy (17), regional policy and coordination of structural instruments (22), environment (27) and external relations (30).
In January 2012, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Bulgarian government and the EIB for support in the implementation of projects financed under EU Structural Instruments.
Turkey reached new ground in its EU accession process with the opening of Chapter 22 on regional policy and the coordination of structural instruments on Nov.
Full browser ?