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Norian

[′nȯr·ē·ən]
(geology)
A European stage of Upper Triassic geologic time that lies above the Carnian and below the Rhaetian.
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from the Anisian to Norian of Europe, the Anisian of the Middle East, and the Ladinian or Carnian of China (Wild 1973, 1980; Rieppel et al.
In court papers, federal prosecutors accused Norian of conspiring to conduct unauthorized clinical trials of Norian-brand cements from May 2002 to late 2004.
The Norian fill in the superior femoral neck had been resorbed to some extent.
Norian of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
Hack and Kevork Norian, a survivor of the Armenian genocide, will be the keynote speakers.
Norian SRS (Synthes Corp, Paoli, Pa), BoneSource (Stryker Orthopaedics, Mahwah, NJ), and Callos (Skeletal Kinetics, Cupertino, Calif) are calcium phosphate cements that are mixed in the operating room, injected into poor-quality bone, and cure to develop compressive strength about midway between that of cancellous and cortical bone.
the conservancy's outside attorney, Catherine Norian, asked leaders at the Sept.
It would appear that Norian SRS and ETEX[alpha] BSM may produce similarly good results, but the use of these two products in multiloculated bone cysts has not been widely reported.
Some of the bioceramic based bone graft materials include Norian SRS (3), ProOsteon (Interpore Cross International, Inc), Osteoset (4), Orthogran and Periobone-G (5).
Norian, who claimed that "illegal aliens" are a "real environmental disaster" and accused the EIJ of "hypocrisy" for not pointing out this alleged "fact.
Paige Norian, Note, The Struggle to Keep Personal Data Personal: Attempts to Reform Online Privacy and How Congress Should Respond, 52 CATH.