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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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But how could that creature, so grotesque as to set town dogs barking at its mere sight, go about on those deadly errands and slip through the meshes of the police?
Wakem's conscience was not uneasy because he had used a few tricks against the miller; why should he hate that unsuccessful plaintiff, that pitiable, furious bull entangled in the meshes of a net?
The 3D mesher is now more tolerant of poor surface meshes with long triangle edges and also reduces the total number of tetrahedral elements required to represent a model, thus allowing a 3D analysis to be completed faster.
s one-step assembly meshing generates unstructured finite element analysis (FEA) meshes quickly.
The new HEXAR software automatically converts raw CAD (computer- aided design) data for any complex object into the sophisticated three- dimensional computer models, or meshes, engineers use to simulate and analyze new products using high-performance computer systems, according to Reza Taghavi, head of the company's HEXAR product development team.
Grinding to a 10-, 20- or 30-mesh and retaining all the fines seems to result in cured physical properties very close or superior to those obtained with much smaller untreated meshes, and usually allows for higher rates of loading.
With Wi-Fi meshes poised to cover essentially every major metropolitan area everywhere over the next decade, a key question facing decision makers is how to provision enough capacity for the long term," said Craig Mathias, a principal with the wireless and mobile advisory firm Farpoint Group (Ashland, MA).
The mesh engines automatically generate full hexahedral meshes from real world mask sets.
The use of synthetic meshes for the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse represents one of the fastest growing segments of the women's health market.
Additional new features allow users to generate and validate MPI/3D meshes faster, leverage new diagnostic tools to evaluate cooling circuit and runner design components, simulate new processes, obtain improved solver predictions and access numerous post-processing enhancements.
Multiple radios are the best way to deal with latency, congestion, and the provisioning of additional capacity as metro-scale meshes grow.