disc area


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disc area

disc area
The total area of the circle swept by the main rotor of a helicopter as it rotates.
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To tackle the fresh problem, Moriarty had another epidural injection straight into the disc area to heal the slice and the leak.
Total disc area visible on the visitor~s side, Approx.
23,24) NAION patients have small disc area, no or minimal physiological cupping, and characteristic disc structures such as "crowded disc", in which there is an excessive number of central retinal vein branches within the disc.
2 or larger; 2) eyes with a refraction error less than 5 and astigmatism less than 3 diopters; 3) history of acute NAION occurrence no more than 4 months prior to the study; 4) eyes with normal disc area (1.
Superficial and deep retinal vascular density on macular and optic disc area were calculated as previously described in literature.
54 square millimeters with African-Americans having a significantly larger disc area than Caucasians34.
2002), who studied coffee plants, the leaf disc area method has a higher standard error than the digital photo method, but the leaf disc area method is simpler and faster.
The compression effort is thus distributed unevenly over the anterior two-thirds of the disc area while the posterior third and back muscles are subjected to tensile stresses.
The two groups had been adjusted for optic disc area and there was no significant IOP difference between the two groups.
It's around the disc area and they know roughly what the problem is but they need to go in there and see what needs to be done.