abnormal pressure

abnormal pressure

[ab′nȯr·məl ′presh·ər]
(petroleum engineering)
A pressure beyond the range of pressure values that would normally be expected at a given depth.
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The operations recorded all-round improvement in the performance of the Company in a challenging environment, with abnormal pressure on costs and prices in the North markets.
Deformities of the toes can result in displacement of digits with abnormal pressure on joints and skin, with resultant callous information and corns.
Normal pressure was defined as an ICP of 0 to 20 mm Hg, and abnormal pressure is defined as an ICP of 21 mm Hg and higher.
Capillary hypertension and abnormal pressure dynamics in patients with essential hypertension.
Campbell, hill running, which puts abnormal pressure on the ball of the foot, is a common cause of neuromas, so stick to the flats until the pain subsides.
Speaking to Gulf News, Dr Mohammad Farghaly, head of Acute and Chronic Care, Primary Health Care Sector at the Dubai Health Authority (DHA), said that when a person with diabetes suffers from neuropathy, he may not be able to feel his feet, leading to abnormal pressure on the skin, bones and joints while walking.
Pain can be produced by noxious changes within the retinaculum (4,5) and an abnormal pressure distribution under the patella.
But when her vision started to suffer, her parents took her to a Specsavers optician who found there was abnormal pressure on her optic nerve.
Even bicycling can put abnormal pressure on pelvic nerves and result in erectile dysfunction," said Dr.
It's hard to simulate the experience on the ground, but we do our best to prepare them for an abnormal pressure situation.
The finding that obesity and early walking predispose to tibia vara suggests that abnormal pressure on the medial aspect of the proximal tibial growth plate may play a role in the pathogenesis of infantile tibia vara.
Abnormal pressure is the most common cause of ulceration of the diabetic foot.