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biphasic

(bī-f'ik),
Cellular structure with two histomorphologic patterns. The paradigm is synovial sarcoma, in which plump round cells and spindle-shaped fibroblastic cells alternate with with glandularlike areas that show synoviallike cells.

biphasic

(bī′fā′zĭk)
adj.
Having two distinct phases: a biphasic waveform; a biphasic response to a stimulus.

biphasic

[bīfā′zik]
Etymology: L, bis + Gk, phasis, appearance
having two phases, parts, aspects, or stages.

biphasic

adjective
(1) Having or referring to two phases.
(2) Having or referring to both a sporophytic and a gametophytic phase in the life cycle of a fungus.
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This proves significant toward identifying genipin as a successful tool for increasing biphasic mechanical properties and reducing degradation by enzyme activity.
3,4) While cases of large, completely obstructing foreign bodies in the subglottis would lead to sudden respiratory distress, the initial presentation of smaller foreign bodies in the subglottis can be quite similar to croup, presenting with biphasic stridor, cough, and/or the steeple sign.
A comparative study of biphasic calcium phosphate ceramics for human mesenchymal stem-cell-induced bone formation.
Conclusion: Both patients with neuropathic and pressure ulcers receiving biphasic current demonstrated greater blood flow and healing rates compared with patients receiving monophasic current when treated in a 32[degrees]C room.
We felt that this biphasic injection followed by a single post-contrast scan technique improved the diagnostic information and also alleviated the insecurity of excluding the arterial series when performing chest CT scans for non-vascular indications.
A biphasic growth model derived by connecting two independent VBGFs at an arbitrary age is often employed for curve fitting (Soriano et al.
The biphasic cases showed the presence of spindle-shaped cells arranged in any of the aforementioned patterns, admixed with plump epithelioidappearing cells commonly arranged in the form of glands or diffusely intermixed with spindle-shaped cells.
Halog cream has been around for many years," but physicians may not realize that it is a biphasic cream," said Dr.
The present paper presents a study for the evaluation of the tribological properties of the biphasic lubrication system, by comparison with the classical pump-driven liquid lubrication solution.
Hence, incorporating the viscoelastic or biphasic properties of soft tissues into the design variables could have a significant impact on the computational time of these design tools.
KEY WORDS: biphasic, dose response, hormesis, J-shaped, risk assessment, U-shaped.