problem of type

problem of type

[¦präb·ləm əv ′tīp]
(mathematics)
The problem of determining whether a given simply connected Riemann surface is of hyperbolic, parabolic, or elliptic type.
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They have hailed the treatment as a major new tool in the arsenal to tackle the growing problem of Type 2 diabetes.
Four chapters in the first section of the book address the problem of type classification and include a typographical analysis of the Gutenberg Bible and an examination of mythologies of "the Gothic" in the context of Thomas Percy's Reliques of Ancient English Poetry.
Would you elaborate on the problem of type 2 diabetes in Fiji?
The Center for Diabetes Prevention and Health Improvement is charged with combating the growing problem of type 2 diabetes in Tennessee and to improve the overall health of Tennesseans.
2] problems, or to give us a correct answer to a well posed problem of Type [I.
That equates to nearly 9 million children who are defined as overweight with a BMI at or above the 95th percentile, vulnerable to the emerging problem of type 2 diabetes mellitus, once associated only as adult-onset diabetes (Ramchandani, 2004) and a host of future associated significant health problems that include major cardiovascular diseases.
During November, CDC, in collaboration with 59 state and territorial diabetes control programs and other partners, will highlight activities that increase awareness of the need for persons with diabetes to receive influenza vaccine and of the growing public health problem of type 2 diabetes in children and adolescents.
His small study drew particular interest at the meeting because of growing physician concern over the burgeoning increase in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and the related problem of type 2 diabetes in American adolescents.
A case in point is the growing problem of type 2 diabetes among adolescents.
If you control these switches, you can control the production of glucose, which is really at the heart of the problem of type 2 diabetes," said Professor Marc Montminy, head of Salk's Clayton Foundation Laboratories for Peptide Biology.
The Center for Diabetes Prevention and Health Improvement is the result of a collaboration between the Tennessee General Assembly and the Governor's Office--as part of the Cover Tennessee initiative--to combat the growing problem of Type 2 diabetes in Tennessee and to improve the overall health of Tennesseans.

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