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secondary

1. of or relating to the education of young people between the ages of 11 and 18
2. (of the flight feathers of a bird's wing) growing from the ulna
3. 
a. being the part of an electric circuit, such as a transformer or induction coil, in which a current is induced by a changing current in a neighbouring coil
b. (of a current) flowing in such a circuit
4. (of an industry) involving the manufacture of goods from raw materials
5. Geology (of minerals) formed by the alteration of pre-existing minerals
6. Chem
a. (of an organic compound) having a functional group attached to a carbon atom that is attached to one hydrogen atom and two other groups
b. (of an amine) having only two organic groups attached to a nitrogen atom; containing the group NH
c. (of a salt) derived from a tribasic acid by replacement of two acidic hydrogen atoms with metal atoms or electropositive groups
7. a secondary coil, winding, inductance, or current in an electric circuit
8. Ornithol any of the flight feathers that grow from the ulna of a bird's wing
9. Astronomy a celestial body that orbits around a specified primary body
10. Med a cancerous growth in some part of the body away from the site of the original tumour
11. American football
a. cornerbacks and safeties collectively
b. their area in the field
12. short for secondary colour

secondary

1. see primary.
2. Short for secondary crater.

secondary

[′sek·ən‚der·ē]
(electricity)
Low-voltage conductors of a power distributing system.
(electromagnetism)
(geology)
A term with meanings that changed from early to late in the 19th century, when the term was confined to the entire Mesozoic era; it was finally replaced by Mesozoic era.
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To conclude the overall pattern of extranodal involvement especially the high frequency of primary extranodal lymphoma observed in our study is in accordance with other regional studies except that primary CNS involvement was not observed and the frequency of secondary bone marrow involvement was quiet high.
Computed to- mographic evaluation formation after secondary bone grafting of alveolar clefts.
Numerous studies have shown the increased effectiveness of secondary bone grafts performed before the eruption of the canines, which provide excellent periodontal support for teeth adjacent to the cleft; in addition, this approach favors the subsequent eruption of the canines and orthodontic alignment and ensures a minimum impediment of facial growth [5, 9,11,18,19].
Bone tissue restores, formation of secondary bone matrix took place that makes possible facilitating subsequent prosthetics of the patients.
Just over a year later, after a mastectomy, she was found to have secondary bone cancer.
Miller's experience, the leading secondary causes of secondary bone loss (in order from most to least common) are celiac disease: vitamin D insufficiency; hypercalciuria/stones/renal tubular acidosis; and primary/secondary hyperparathyroidism.
Miller's experience, the leading causes of secondary bone loss are celiac disease; vitamin D insufficiency; hypercalciuria /stones/renal tubular acidosis; and primary/secondary hyperparathyroidism.
Up to 80 per cent of advanced breast cancer patients will experience symptoms of secondary bone cancer, which can cause very severe pain and bone fractures.
14) Ewing sarcoma therapy has preceded secondary bone sarcomas.
Dr Sinha was also found guilty of failing to consider Mr Benbow may develop secondary bone cancer as a result of his lung tumour and that his patient's back pain may have been a symptom of this.
Bony-window CT studies are unsurpassed in demonstrating secondary bone erosion.