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cardial

(kar'dē-al),
Pertaining to the esophageal opening of the stomach.

cardia

(kăr′dē-ă) [Gr. kardia, heart]
The upper orifice of the stomach connecting with the esophagus.
cardial , adjective
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The archaeological excavations carried out to date have documented a habitation level, situated immediately above the lacustrine chalk and largely underwater, which corresponds to an occupation by a Neolithic population linked to the Cardial culture (Figure 2).
Leucate-Correge: habitat noye du Neolithique cardial.
The North Sea coast, however, apparently was not used for maritime colonisation, even though Rowley-Conwy argues that spread by boat up the coast brought the Neolithic to Scandinavia, which required "longer open-water voyages than in the Cardial or LBK" (Rowley-Conwy 2011: S442).
For example, the emergence of the Epicardial to the north and north-west of the Mediterranean coast was clearly facilitated by the accelerated spread of the Cardial along the coastline.
Marked elevation of myocardial trace elements in idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy compared with second cardial dysfunction.
Site phases British early Neolithic 7 Cardial 32 Chassey 10 Early Linearbandkeramik 7 Greek early Neolithic 7 Impressa 22 Karanovo 7 Linearbandkeramik 53 Micheslberg 7 Rubane 31 Starcevo-Koros-Cris 23 Trichterbecher 8 Villeneuve Saint-Germain 13 Total 227 Table 2.
The Cardial Neolithic complex spread round the shores of the northern Mediterranean from southern Italy to Portugal in the period 5700-5400 BC.
Iri the Mediterranean, the Cardial similarly bypassed areas of Mesolithic settlement and often occupied areas with little Mesolithic habitation.
The myo cardial infarction associated CDKN2A/CDKN2B locus on chromosome 9p21 is associated with stroke independently of coronary events in patients with hypertension.
4] Nonstandard abbreviations: ACS, acute coronary syndrome; AMI, acute myo cardial infarction; MPO, myeloperoxidase; MMP-9, matrix metalloproteinase 9; PAPP-A, pregnancy-associated plasma protein A; PlGF, placental growth factor.
ECG showed 3 to 4 mm of ST elevation in leads V1 and V2, concerning for acute anteroseptal myo cardial infarction.
The presence of decorative elements typical of these Neolithic traditions is hardly surprising since the site is located between the two regions, although the absence of cardial impressions should be noted.