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border zone

The partially damaged part of an organ that is found between tissue that is severely injured by an infarct and nearby tissue that is still well supplied with blood, oxygen, and nutrients.
See also: zone
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In the border zone, these suspended rules include the typical Fourth
While of particular interest to scholars of Cameroon studies, this volume constitutes a valuable contribution to contemporary debates on border zones and the interstitial, recalling that influential Cameroonist scholars such as Edwin Ardener and Igor Kopytoff have long integrated frontiers and borderlands into their theoretical work.
96 m wide) that extended east and west within adjacent border zones of each unit.
Families packed rice, clothes and chickens into cars and carts, forming long convoys heading away from the border zone.
For even before our postmodern times, all important things of the border zone were by nature of different origins that cut across traditional demarcations and cultural attachments.
Sharon says despite his planned evacuation of all Jewish settlements in the strip, Israel would retain control of the border zone with Egypt.
These imbalances have made it difficult to identify and mitigate existing environmental health problems and prevent new ones from arising in the border zone.
The border zone and the periurban zone are used by the public for recreational activities.
CHICAGO -- Migraine sufferers with aura are more likely to develop posterior circulation infarcts in an arterial border zone, compared with migraine sufferers without aura or healthy persons, Dr.
They're used to draw away our agents from a targeted border zone, which is pretty easy to do, since they're already so badly over-stretched.
Growth in industrial construction will be most notable in Monterrey and in the border zone with the United States.