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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Four of the 7 cases (57%) had a major discordance in staining from negative (0%) to positive expression (100%, 100%, 95%, and 25%), whereas the remaining 3 cases converted from negative (0%) to low positive (1%, 2%, and 5%).
The role of ultrasound in the prediction of birth weight discordance in twin pregnancies: are we there yet?
For example, if an adolescent perceives that one parent encourages her to diet, but her other parent disagree(s) with this perspective, is this "discordance" associated with higher or lower risk for adolescent disordered eating behaviors compared to all three agreeing that encouragement to diet is occurring?
However, discordance also occurred in nearly 29% of patients without comorbidities, said Dr.
We therefore propose that a discordance may exist between our clinical reality and the literature on post-TB pulmonary vascular disease and PHT.
ORLANDO -- Significant discordance exists between average glucose and hemoglobin [A.sub.1c] ([HbA.sub.1c]) measures in patients with certain comorbidities, according to findings from a retrospective chart review.
ORLANDO--Significant discordance exists between average glucose and hemoglobin [A.sub.1c] (Hb[A.sub.1c]) measures in patients with certain comorbidities, according to findings from a retrospective chart review.
It does not argue that absolute concordance is required between the three partners to prevent military rule but indicates that greater discordance will increase the possibility of martial law.
A COMMON THEME uniting several of the articles is the discordance between impact on medical and psychological well-being.
The country's transition from village to city culture is portrayed and the dramatisation finds harmony in chaos as peaceful village life is contrasted with the noise and racing discordance of urbanisation.
The dramatisation finds harmony in chaos as peaceful village life is contrasted affectionately with the happening noise and racing discordance of urbanisation.
A major focus of the discussion was that of "discordance" between clinic (history-taking and clinical examination) and posturography results or intraposturographic results.