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anomalous

a·nom·a·lous

(ă-nom'ă-lŭs)
Of abnormal quality.
[G. anōmalos, irregular]

anomalous

(ă-nom′ă-lŭs) [Gr. anomalos, uneven]
Deviating from or contrary to normal; irregular.
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Anomalous origin of right coronary artery is a rare congenital anomaly that was first described in 1948 by White and Edwards.
Certain predisposing factors such as intra-arterial course, slit like orifice, acute angle takeoff and anomalous origin from the aorta increases the risk of the development of SCD.
atherosclerosis at the anomalous vertebral artery origin
However, with anomalous dispersion, the bow wave's frequency jumps a whopping 20 percent of the original frequency.
X23A2 was used to develop the diffraction anomalous fine structure technique (DAFS) (19,20).
It was found that although females--and, to a certain extent, those with a feminine gender role--scored higher than males on the AEI items, there was a significant difference between the genders and gender roles only for fear of the anomalous.
Gavrill of McGill University in Montreal and his colleagues detected bursts from an anomalous X-ray pulsar called 1E1048.
The detailed exploration work has also defined three zones of anomalous gold in that portion of the Utah Metal Tunnel (UMT) which passes 1,200 to 1,800 feet beneath the surface of the Southwest Property.
Doubt cast on the statistical analysis used to establish the anomalous nuclear effect fueled a controversy, and several subsequent experiments failed to detect any evidence of anomalons (SN: 2/25/84, p.
Approximately one third of the samples were anomalous in gold and nine of the samples returned values of more than 0.