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MeSH

 [mesh]
[Medical Subject Headings] a thesaurus published by the national library of medicine for use in medlars.

MeSH

Abbreviation for Medical Subject Headings.

MESH

[mesh]
an abbreviation derived from Medical Subject Headings, the list of medical terms used by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) for its computerized system of storage and retrieval of published medical reports. The system is also used for indexing medical references published in the monthly and annual volumes of Index Medicus, published by the NLM.

Medical Subject Headings

A standard set of keyboarding terms used by the US National Library of Medicine to Index Medicus and Medline.

MeSH

Medical Subject Headings Informatics The vocabulary of about 16,000 terms used for MEDLINE and other MEDLARS databases. See MEDLINE, MEDLARS.

MeSH

Abbreviation for Medical Subject Headings.

mesh

interlaced structure; a net.

nylon mesh
woven fiber in sheets used to repair gaps in tissue. Other less reactive and more easily worked materials are also available.
surgical mesh
made of stainless steel, polyester fiber or polypropylene. Used in hernia repair or when there is a tissue deficiency.
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An additional advantage of wire-mesh screens, according to a recent research project, is that the space between glass and mesh acts as a flue to conduct excess heat upwards to the eaves of the building to be expelled over the roof or to be re-used.
of 80 mesh fine crumbs was three fold to that of the control sample (figure 1).
Teamwork Team Apparel offers a complete line of baseball and softball jerseys, including 15 different types of jerseys in solid, pinstripe, reverse pinstripe, v-neck, button-down, cotton, nylon, mesh, and cotton/poly styles.
Figure 3 is an illustration of a minus 80 mesh ground fine tire rubber (GF-80) against a standard 30 mesh groun rubber.
SPEEDLAN 9101 and 9104 are mesh-only products used to deploy a mesh network.
In 1998, Moldflow came out with MPI/3D to analyze such parts accurately by using solid tetrahedral mesh elements.
The particle size varies from 30 mesh to 100 mesh for most products.
DHEC is certainly a well-respected name in the automotive industry, and this deployment emphasizes how a wireless mesh network can be a critical component of complex supply, manufacturing, and operations processes.
Tropos[R] Networks, the market leader for metro-scale wireless mesh network systems, today announced its new Spectrum and Application Based Routing Engine (SABRE), the first mesh software that enables intelligent integration of parallel network operation across multiple frequency bands and radio types.
Patented mesh technology fundamental to carrier-grade municipal networks and resilient mobile/cellular backhaul
ATLANTA -- IPCo, LLC, which was granted very early patents from the United States Patent Office on its mesh network business platforms, announced that it has filed another patent infringement lawsuit against Tropos Networks, Inc.