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orbital

[′ȯr·bəd·əl]
(atomic physics)
The space-dependent part of the Schrödinger wave function of an electron in an atom or molecule in an approximation such that each electron has a definite wave function, independent of the other electrons.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In this study, the demographic and clinical features, underlying etiology, laboratory and radiological findings, treatment and complications in patients who had been diagnosed with preseptal or orbital cellulitis during childhood were evaluated retrospectively.
CUI Global President and CEO William Clough said, We're seeing an uptick in integration projects in and around Southeast Texas that is being driven by our growing reputation in engineering and design expertise and excellence that is positioning Orbital as the go-to' solutions provider for the Energy Majors.
The acquisition enhances Orbital Insight's expertise in these areas and strengthens the company's research initiatives into new, cutting-edge applications.
During the diversion, motorists coming from Ras Laffan road on southbound Orbital Road can use the Al Khor Link Road in place of the Orbital Road through Al Khor Interchange on Al Shamal Road and continue straight to the Orbital Road (as illustrated on the map).
"Galaxy 30 will be the 11 th satellite Orbital ATK has built for Intelsat, and represents the first satellite in the Galaxy fleet replacement program," said Ken Lee, Intelsat's Senior Vice President, Space Systems.
He underwent revision endoscopic sinus surgery to revise the maxillary antrostomy, along with a transconjunctival orbitotomy to release the inferior rectus muscle and repair the orbital floor defect.
Patients presenting with signs of orbital tissue infection should be hospitalized, and broad-spectrum antibiotic treatment should be initiated immediately after laboratory and imaging tests directed to the agent and clinical findings are ordered.
Under the contract, Orbital ATK will primarily support MDA in the sustainment of Trident I (C4) and Orion motors for use in MDA targets and interceptor vehicles.
While Orbital has now begun development of a next generation IRIS solution, this order, worth approximately $1.4 million, calls for the design, construction and delivery of a further 13 IRIS-RTU systems and associated electrical kiosks.
Objective: To determine the frequencies of various orbital malignancies amongst orbital lesions in patients presenting in a tertiary care hospital in Pakistan.
Orbital cellulitis can be classified as pre-septal and post-septal cellulitis based on the anatomic landmark, the orbital septum.