monocentric

monocentric

Pertaining to a lens with only one optical centre. A monocentric bifocal lens is one in which the optical centres of the distance and near portions coincide and jump is eliminated. See jump; bifocal lens.
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In this monocentric study, 34 patients underwent a prophylactic Burch colposuspension and 32 in the control group only had a sacrocolpopexy.
The higher plants Allium cepa (onion), Tradescantia paludosa and Vicia faba have relatively large monocentric chromosomes in reduced numbers and are accepted as suitable test organisms for the study of environmental mutagenesis [24, 25].
The monocentric, randomized, placebo-controlled, double blind study showed that NeOpuntia improved the level of HDL "good cholesterol" (+0.
An unbalanced development, economic and social disparities between regions characterize current monocentric situation in Latvia (Fig.
Second, and more importantly, there is growing evidence, both theoretical and empirical, that the monocentric city of Mills (1972), for example, is being replaced by the polycentric city, where employment subcenters lead to land price gradients of a form that may be difficult to uncover parametrically.
descriptive conception is that it purports to be a reaction and challenge against what he himself called "the ideology of legal centralism" (20), what we have, in our modest understanding, conveniently tagged the "ideology of monocentric jurisprudence.
This article presents the results of a retrospective monocentric study conducted to assess the efficacy and tolerability of a FOLFIRI-3 regimen in patients with metastatic colorectal cancer (CRC) previously treated with chemotherapies containing oxaliplatin and CPT-11.
METHODS: In a monocentric, controlled, double-blind study, 79 patients with severe congestive heart failure (NYHA IV) under optimal medical cardiovascular treatment were randomised to receive either magnesium orotate (6,000 mg for 1 month, 3,000 mg for about 11 months, n=40) or placebo (n=39).
He opens by sketching the urban scene in 1945: the monocentric urban centre, comprehended best by sociologists of the Chicago school, when the city was dominant numerically, economically, symbolically, and also in political terms.
Clinical significance of early thrombosis after prosthetic mitral valve replacement: a postoperative monocentric study of 680 patients.