local control


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local control

[′lō·kəl kən′trōl]
(communications)
System or method of radio-transmitter control whereby the control functions are performed directly at the transmitter.
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Pathological fracture through an osteosarcoma occurs either spontaneously or as a result of minimal trauma, due to their high cellularity, poor differentiation, and loss of matrix.[sup][6] It was believed that the hematoma of fracture may spread and contaminate the adjacent soft tissue hence leading to failure of local control in case limb-sparing surgery was attempted.[sup][7]
In education, local control refers to (1) the governing and management of public schools by elected or appointed representatives serving on governing bodies, such as school boards or school committees, that are located in the communities served by the schools, and (2) the degree to which local leaders, institutions, and governing bodies can make independent or autonomous decisions about the governance and operation of public schools.
It represents a non- or minimal-invasive alternative treatment for medically inoperable early-stage NSCLC, and the local control rate is 75-95% that is not inferior to lobectomy.
The local control rate of the 116 treated lesions was 91.9% at 2 years after therapy (Figure 1(b)).
We welcome these findings as we also believe that greater local control can result in better rail services."
(19) Radiotherapy doses and portals should be chosen to minimize morbidity with the goal of obtaining local control. Because of the small numbers of patients in reported series and the low local failure rate, there is no firmly established dose-response relationship.
By examining public opinion from the 1970s to 2010, we find that unlike some policy advocates who see local control of education as obsolete, the public often expresses strong support for and satisfaction with local control.
The actuators on the drip trap can be controlled either manually or with the new local control panel.
One patient died of disease and 2 of unrelated causes, giving an overall local control rate of 95%, an overall survival of 90% and a disease-specific survival of 95% at 5 years.
The HDCP-compliant projector has the latest connectivity options, and can be integrated into a Local control system or an existing network for remote monitoring.
What did the pessimists miss when they looked at local control? They missed the local control part.
For added flexibility, the Evolution 60S UV-Visible spectrophotometer is available in both local control and PC-only configurations.

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