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reversible

1. Chem Physics capable of assuming or producing either of two possible states and changing from one to the other
2. Thermodynamics (of a change, process, etc.) occurring through a number of intermediate states that are all in thermodynamic equilibrium
3. (of a fabric or garment) woven, printed, or finished so that either side may be used as the outer side
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She was prescribed azilsartan and carbamazepine after diagnosis of PRES and reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome.
However, condoms can fail, and vasectomies, while effective, are not often reversible.
This condition is also known as reversible posterior leukoencephalopathy syndrome, reversible posterior cerebral oedema syndrome and reversible occipital parietal encephalopathy.
France-based Renault Group (Xetra: RNO) is commencing the first large-scale pilot schemes in reversible electric charging.
The researchers observed increases in use of one or more contraceptive methods at last sex (78 to 88 percent), dual-method use (24 to 33 percent), long-acting reversible contraception, including intrauterine device and implant (1 to 7 percent), withdrawal (15 to 26 percent), and withdrawal in combination with other methods (7 to 17 percent) in 2007 to 2014.
The search terms 'posterior reversible (leuko)encephalopathy syndrome' AND 'paediatric, 'pediatric' OR 'child' AND 'renal' OR 'kidney' were used.
B is said to be reversible, if ab = 0 implies ba = 0, for each a,b e B (this notion was introduced by Lambek in [1]).
Reversible splenial lesion syndrome can develop in association with various factors, such as infection, seizures and/or antiepileptic drug withdrawal (1-3).
Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES) is a poorly understood neurologic condition that has been described in some patients with SLE.
Gilbert, AZ, December 22, 2017 --(PR.com)-- DG3 Locksmithing announced today the release of a brand new product called Reversible Lockkill.
-- A team of researchers at Stanford University has developed a reversible fabric that maintains the wearer's skin at a comfortable temperature regardless of the ambient temperature.
Self-healing materials aren't new -- researchers at SEAS have developed self-healing hydrogels, which rely on water to incorporate reversible bonds that can promote healing.