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computerized

adapted for analysis, storage and retrieval on a computer.

computerized axial tomography
computerized clinical data storage
clinical data is keyed in the examination room, the clinical pathology laboratory and the radiology section. It is then capable of analysis in terms of diagnosis, identity of the veterinarian, drugs used, inventory reset and accounts raised. Accounts can be made up and posted and a monthly statement of income and expenditure prepared.
computerized transaxial tomography
see computed tomography.
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The patients have demanded for installation of new computerized system or allowing to continue manual system of tests in order to allay their miseries.
He also said that the provincial government was also mulling over to give some more days to the remaining license holders who did not get the computerized arms license forms and the date would be announced soon.
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Realizing that a commonality existed, the three enlisted the help of information technology specialist Deborah Stokes to pull and merge the data from Integrated Computerized Deployment System and Global Freight Management.
Every state board's mandate is to present the public with the most qualified individuals possible, and the computerized exam is a giant step in that direction.
To keep track of time, the computerized exam has an on-screen clock which shows the user how much time is remaining to complete the test.
The optimizer edger removes defects along the length of the board, assessing the wane more precisely with computerized scanners before adjusting the cutting blades, says Melancon.
What these new computerized algorithms have enabled us to do is to design a chair overlay that functions much like a hovercraft, making precise adjustments in a small space to make you feel like you're floating on air.
Because of building condition assessment and computerized maintenance management programs, it is now possible to perform regular assessments and to plan maintenance programs more efficiently, thus saving time and money.
In sub-Saharan Africa, financial functions are often the first to be computerized.

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