extensive

(redirected from extensiveness)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.

extensive

1. Physics of or relating to a property, measurement, etc., of a macroscopic system that is proportional to the size of the system
2. Logic
a. of or relating to logical extension
b. (of a definition) in terms of the objects to which the term applies rather than its meaning
References in periodicals archive ?
Parasitologic study of mollusks' hepatopancreas (selected from ponds, Dnipro basin, Northern Ukraine) Extensiveness of the Invasion, % Biotopes of Lakes Biotopes Species of Mollusks and Swamps of Rivers L.
While our analysis revealed clear similarities and patterns across programs, we also found substantial differences in the extensiveness and quality of how lessons and programs provided opportunities to ground coursework in practice (see Table 4).
He highlighted the importance of exclusivity and extensiveness in brand partners.
"We are very encouraged by the grades encountered almost two kilometres to the east of the Shaft Deposit," added Makuch, "which demonstrate the extensiveness of mineralization at Taylor and the potential that exists to find new mineral deposits to support increased mine life.
Surgical spinal decompression and vertebral stabilization were not attempted because of extensiveness of injury and flaccid tetraplegia.
CT scans and magnetic resonance imaging of the chest are key diagnostic tools that are able to detect an intimal flap and a false lumen within the pulmonary arterial tree and are able to evaluate the extensiveness of the lesions [8].
This diversity of professions illustrates the whole complexity and extensiveness of the topic, while at the same time demonstrating that adjustment of diabetic patients to their disease and active treatment is highly demanding not only for patients but also for physicians, especially young physicians and general practitioners.
Only in the past 40 years has the country begun to realize the truth of second-class treatment of women in the workplace and the extensiveness of sexual harassment on college campuses and in everyday life.
Of the book's four chapters, however, only one focuses on a novel: chapter 1 analyzes Matthew Arnold's figuration of the crowd and of strangers in both his criticism and poetry; chapter 2 examines how George Eliot's Middlemarch (1871 to 1872) "thematizes and makes over into a formal concern both the socially intimate appeal of intensive engagement and the promises of social extensiveness indexed by strangers" (75); chapter 3 considers Oscar Wilde's use of epigrams as "a means of managing social complexity" (107); and the final chapter centres on Henry James's "awkward encounters" (140) (on the page and in person) with Eliot--encounters that provided "the pleasures of intimacy at distance" (140) that would become the ground for close reading.
The relationship among mean ADC values and topographical analysis scores at the admission of the patients with admission time, extensiveness of parenchymal involvement, deep gray matter involvement and clinical findings was examined.

Full browser ?