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abnormality

[ab·nȯr′mal·ə·tē]
(science and technology)
Any deviation from normal characteristics.
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Multiplanar reconstructions, maximum intensity projections, and 3-dimensional images were acquired to investigate numerical and structural abnormalities of the ribs of the patients who underwent multidetector computed tomography for a variety of indications.
The size of the omphalocoele in patients with associated congenital abnormalities was minor in 45 (38.
Conclusion: A high frequency of functional abnormalities and noticeable proportion of structural abnormalities of urinary tract were detected in children with SAM.
Eight years after a school-based HPV vaccination program was initiated in Alberta [Canada], three-dose HPV vaccination has demonstrated early benefits, particularly against high-grade cervical abnormalities, which are more likely to progress to cervical cancer," writes study co-author Huiming Yang, MD.
It detects abnormalities in the skull and cardiac problems at a very early stage.
In this study, we compared the incidence of various menstrual abnormalities in tubectomized and nontubectomized women and found that the incidence was almost similar in the two groups.
The anatomical findings were scrutinised at surgery, and varying degrees of bony, soft-tissue and brachial plexus abnormalities were found in all but one patient.
At this time, the heart is still only the size of a grape, and cardiac abnormalities are difficult to pick up with routine anomaly screening without a specialist involvement.
Uterine abnormalities found by routine hysteroscopy were treated when appropriate.
Good risk' abnormalities are present in about half of children with ALL, and patients with these abnormalities have an excellent outcome on standard treatment.
The purpose of this paper is to present information about external abnormalities found in edible crabs Portunus pelagicus (Linnaeus, 1758) and P.
Along with ECG changes many studies have shown wall motion abnormalities on 2D echo following stroke, especially with subarachnoid hemorrhage.