discordance


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discordance

[di′skȯrd·əns]
(geology)
An unconformity characterized by lack of parallelism between strata which touch without fusion.
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About 4 percent of the almost 6,800 students who responded to the survey had experienced discordance.
All discordances were reviewed independently by the 3 discordance reviewers.
The study did not evaluate the importance of the conditions that were found in questions that were in discordance with what physicians see in practice.
Based on this observation it was found that among the different types of Hansen's disease, the type which showed maximum discordance was HD-BL and Histoid leprosy followed by HD-LL.
Figure 1 shows % of discordance with relation to serum calcium.
The discordance observed between coding and 3rd UDMI adjudicated acute myocardial infarction at other institutions could be more or less extreme.
D'autres reformes permettront d'eliminer des discordances non moins importantes.
8%) and discordance between glands and stroma in 2(1.
Al-Aradi stressed discordance of the High Commissioner's language with the role he has to assume which aims to work cooperatively and objectively with countries to further promote human rights.
All patients and controls were tested by Method B only and the scores compared for yield of impairment with Method A, by computing the concordance and discordance between the two.
All of the series reported concordance, discordance, sensitivity, and specificity.
Several studies have shown that phenotypic discordance between MZ twins can be attributed to rare sequences differences caused by de novo events such as chromosomal mosaicism (e.