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fusional

 [fu´zhun-al]
marked by fusion.

fusional

marked by fusion.

fusional defects
congenital defects marked by incomplete fusion of body parts, e.g. spina bifida.

Patient discussion about fusional

Q. Has anyone had a spine fusion that failed? Or hardware that failed?

A. Haven't experienced it myself, but here (http://www.spine-health.com/forum/treatments/back-surgery-and-neck-surgery) you may find a discussion about it.

Q. I'm having a lot of pain in my right leg after back fusion surgery. Any ideas why? This was my third back surgery. The doctor fused 2 levels. Before surgery I was having pain in my left leg. It is now fine. My right leg however is giving me fits. I've been on Neurontin (Gabopentin is the generic) for 4 weeks now and have very little relief.

A. Thank you Brandon for your input. I have talked with my surgeon on several occasions and he is as baffled by this as I am. His next course of action will be a myleogram. His is reluctant to do this because of the pain and discomfort involved. This is the most baffling thing I have ever experienced, especially when my very talented surgeon is puzzled by it. I do appreciate your input, and will discuss this with my doctor...Perhaps it is a blood flow problem. I have been walking and wear compression hose, with no relief unfortunately.

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More or less near to the opposite pole we find what are traditionally called fusional, agglutinative and polysynthetic types: all of them make use of concatenative strategies, more or less extensive and extendable; from the theoretically endless composition of the German type (Rheindampfschiffahrt.
In particular, he rejects "the fusional conception of love" (for love cannot be a procedure that suppresses the multiple in favor of a One), "the ablative concept of love" (for love is not an experience of the Other but an experience of the world/situation), and "the superstructural or illusory conception of love" (for love is not just an ornament to make smooth the clumsy procedure of sexual relations).
La institucion que ha perpetuado el tandem de opuestos pero complementarios ha sido el matrimonio fusional.
Por una parte, estan las tensiones que se generan entre los hombres y las mujeres alrededor de una oposicion primaria: compromiso/libertad, y por otra, estan las confrontaciones entre diferentes ideas y figuras acerca del amor y de la pareja (el proveedor, el fusional y el independiente), que se ven reflejadas no solo en la forma de concebir la relacion sino en las expectativas y el sentido que se atribuye a aquella.
Besides that, fusional GST could enhance the expression quantity of soluble bifunctional antioxidase and simplify its purification.
Isto ocorre nao porque as tribos nao permitem, mas porque elas impoem uma ordem fusional, ou seja, para fazer parte de uma tribo, a pessoa deve/pode anular determinados aspectos de sua individualidade.
Refractive accommodative esotropia (RAE) includes accommodative convergence, uncorrected hyperopia and inadequate fusional divergence.
25) "El motivo de la revelacion del estar-juntos, o del estar-con, por la muerte, y de la cristalizacion de la comunidad alrededor de la muerte de sus miembros, es decir alrededor de la "perdida " (de la imposibilidad) de su inmanencia, y no alrededor de su asuncion fusional en alguna hipostasis colectiva, conduce a un espacio pensamiento inconmensurable con todas las problematicas de la socialidad y de la intersubjetividad (inclusive la problematica husserliana del alter-ego) en las cuales la filosofia, hiciera lo que hiciera, quedaba prisionera.
This kind of relationship favors a wide range of conflict, since the pattern of fusional relationship between individuals is inevitably characterized by ambivalence and tension.
Tambien en el poema neo-no-barroco (barrococo) constatamos un procedimiento fusional, aunque no efusivo.
It was suggested that this increased antibacterial activity is related to the fusional interaction between membrane phospholipids.
In this sense, Fogle (1964: 42) discerned in Keats's Janusian fusional device an even deeper purpose, namely to make manifest in poetry his "intuitive sense of the Oneness of things," "of the intimate kinship of man and nature," "of the relationship between widely separate and dissimilar phenomena.