abnormal place

abnormal place

[ab′nȯr·məl ′plās]
(mining engineering)
An area in a coal mine where the geological conditions render mining uneconomical.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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If your cat is urinating in an abnormal place, your cat should be examined by your vet in the first instance.
Although you did not explain why you are sure that you are not pregnant, it is still important for an Ultrasound scan to be carried out in order to rule out the possibility of a pregnancy in an abnormal place like the Fallopian Tube.
Dermoids are examples of choristoma or congenital circumscribed overgrowth microscopically normal tissue in an abnormal place. It may affect eyelids, conjunctiva (palpebral and bulbar), nictitating membrane and cornea.(Slatter 2001).
Women whose placentas are in an abnormal place should report any signs of bleeding during pregnancy because of the increased danger to both mother and baby with these diagnoses.
In summary, when we eat, 8 times out of 10, we will bombard ourselves with non-manageable tsunami of hard-to-handle food content, which bypasses our natural digestion and excretion and gets stored up at all abnormal places, including arterial walls supplying to heart.
Treatment with palovarotene resulted in meaningful reductions in new heterotopic ossification volume -bone growth in abnormal places -.
But researchers discovered the planaria's stem cells recognized they needed to regrow tissue but were unable to regenerate it in the correct place and instead formed tissues in abnormal places.
"I sweat in really abnormal places - my knees and elbows - and they have to push me on the stage."

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