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el·lip·sis

(ē-lip'sis),
Omission of words or ideas, leaving the whole to be completed by the reader or listener.
[G. ek-, out, + leipsis, leaving]

ellipsis

[ilip′sis]
(in psychiatry) the omission by a patient of meaningful thoughts and ideas while undergoing therapy.

ellipsis

(ē-lĭp′sĭs) [L. ellīpsis fr. Gr., a falling short, defective]
In psychoanalysis, omission by the patient of important words or ideas during treatment.
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Con el monitor BIVA se considero que el estado de hidratacion era adecuado cuando el vector de impedancia se mantiene en el eje de hidratacion dentro de la elipse de tolerancia del 75% tanto en los controles pre como postdialisis (16).
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