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anomalous

[ə′näm·ə·ləs]
(science and technology)
Deviating from the normal; irregular.
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The first cases of anomalous origin of the right coronary artery from the pulmonary artery were described by Brooks in 1885, (3) and since then only 100 cases have been reported.
3% of all the people undergoing coronary angiography are reported to have anomalous coronary arteries.
Anomalous cognition is defined here as the acquisition of information through non-sensory means, or ESP.
briefly discusses fundamental properties of glassy disordered systems at high temperatures close to the transition to liquid, then in more detail discusses anomalous properties at low energies, in fact at low temperature and/or frequencies lower than the Debye values.
There are complications associated with anomalous vertebral artery origin; these include:
With respect to the soil sampling, again, anomalous zones were defined by values within the 95th percentile.
Together with subcostal study, it was demonstrated, an anomalous vertical venous vessel running in the midline, across the diaphragm, and connecting with the portal vein, and draining into inferior vena cava via the ductus venosus (Fig.
Besides creating anomalous dispersion, the pulse, like a boat churning up a wave with its bow, sheds an even-faster-moving radio wave that heads off in the direction opposite to that of the pulse.
Anomalous course of the common carotid arteries: CT and MRA illustration--a case report.
X23A2 serves a large x-ray absorption fine structure (XAFS), diffraction anomalous fine structure (DAFS), and x-ray spectroscopy community.
On the Brokopondo permit the initial stream sediment sampling program has returned a series of highly anomalous gold values from within the mafic/ultramafic metavolcanic belt along a north-south topographic high.