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atypical

 [a-tip´ĭ-k'l]
irregular; not conformable to the type.

a·typ·i·cal

(ā-tip'i-kal),
Not typical; not corresponding to the normal form or type.
[G. a- priv. + typikos, conformed to a type]

atypical

/atyp·i·cal/ (-ĭ-k'l) irregular; not conformable to the type; in microbiology, applied specifically to strains of unusual type.

atypical

(ā-tĭp′ĭ-kəl) also

atypic

(-ĭk)
adj.
Not conforming to type; unusual or irregular.

a′typ·i·cal′i·ty (-kăl′ĭ-tē) n.
a·typ′i·cal·ly adv.

atypical

[ātip′əkəl]
Etymology: Gk, a + typos, without type
a condition or object that is not of a usual or standard type.

atypical

A highly nonspecific adjective, meaning not normal or typical.
 
Medspeak
Referring to a clinical presentation which is somewhat unexpected—e.g., stage-IV colorectal cancer without bleeding or obstruction.

Pathology
Referring to a histopathological finding which would in a certain number of cases undergo malignant transformation.
 
Psychology
Referring to a mental state between banal and insane.

atypical

adjective Not normal, irregular, abnormal, not conforming to a type, abnormal in presentation, morphology, appearance or behavior

a·typ·i·cal

(ā-tip'i-kăl)
Denotes the unexpected or unanticipated; not corresponding to the normal form or type.
[G. a- priv. + typikos, conformed to a type]

atypical

unusual or abnormal

a·typ·i·cal

(ā-tip'i-kăl)
Denotes the unexpected or unanticipated; not corresponding to the normal form or type.
[G. a- priv. + typikos, conformed to a type]

atypical (ātip´ikəl),

adj pertaining to deviation from the basic or typical.

atypical

irregular; not conformable to the type.

atypical disease
a form of a disease which differs significantly in clinical signs or pathological lesions from classical or textbook forms of the disease, e.g. bovine atypical interstitial pneumonia.
atypical fever
a fever in which temperature variations are irregular.
atypical mycobacterial granuloma
see opportunist mycobacterial granuloma.
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Table 1 The number of empirical articles categorized as typical or atypical adults and children and overall percentages Manipulative design Typically developing adults 2 Atypically developing adults 1 Typically developing children Young children 6 Older children 3 Atypically developing children Young children 1 Older children 2 Total 15(44.
There are certain intra-abdominal pathologies that may present atypically, but appendix, although most common has rarely been discussed with such unusual presentations.
3037G>A mutation in FBN1 has been previously reported as pathogenic, resulting in either severe or atypically severe or neonatal forms of MFS (6,7).
Significant differences were found among all groups with regard to challenging behaviors, with a large effect size found between the atypically developing (non-ASD) and severe ASD DSM-5 groups.
Although the DSM-5-diagnosed toddlers presented with the most challenging behaviors, children in the DSM-IV-TR group still exhibited significantly more challenging behaviors than did toddlers in the atypically developing/non-ASD group.
Sex-specific epi-marks stop girl fetuses from being masculinized when they experience atypically high testosterone, and vice versa for boy fetuses.
Atypically, September was weaker than the summer months this year, with a slowdown in both loan and retail deposit growth.
Clinical and radiographic characteristics are nonspecific and usually present atypically e.
Atypically, Lincoln pursued the practice of law as a social service, and, in 1854, when Congress enacted the Kansas-Nebraska Act, Lincoln reentered politics having established the legal and political networks needed to be successful in Illinois politics.
As educators work to improve and prepare for implementation of the CCSS, it is worthwhile to examine the high schools where students are progressing toward CCR at atypically fast rates.
While the United States will almost certainly avoid a second recessionary dip, real gross domestic product (GDP) will at best register an atypically slow 2% to 2 (1/2)% rate of expansion for the year.