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seg·men·tal

(seg-men'tăl),
Relating to a segment.

segmental

/seg·men·tal/ (seg-men´t'l)
1. pertaining to or forming a segment or a product of division, especially into serially arranged or nearly equal parts.
2. undergoing segmentation.

segmental

pertaining to a segment or to segmentation. See also segmental aplasia, axonopathy, cerebellar atrophy, myelitis.
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Of the 5 patients with recurrence, 3 had repeat cryoablations and 2 had segmental resections (Table 2b).
Focal and segmental glomerulosclerosis [online article].
After systematic screening, a series of qualified segmental duplicates were selected as targets, and assays for each were designed.
Treatment with IFN-alpha, -beta, or -gamma is associated with collapsing focal segmental glomerulosclerosis.
Angioma Serpiginosum (AS) is composed of tiny vascular punctae located in a patch or segmental pattern.
44-126) addresses specific issues related to the segmental component of Italian phonology.
The Columbia classification diagnosis of the FSGS tip variant requires the exclusion of FSGS "collapsing variant" and at least one glomerulus with the defining feature of a segmental lesion involving the tip domain of the glomerular capillary tuft (Figure 3).
Radiological features of epiploic appendagitis and segmental omental infarction.
Prior research has shown that segmental lesions are larger, require more intensive and prolonged therapy, and are more frequently associated with developmental abnormalities, complications, and a poorer overall outcome (Arch.
It notes that the outcomes are limited to quantity of displacement and represent 'only a proportion of the construct of segmental instability'.
In this book physiotherapists are persuaded to re-evaluate their traditional beliefs about management of low back problems and to consider an alterative and more integrated model of lumbar spine pathology and management of segmental dysfunction.
Detection of small emboli in segmental and subsegmental pulmonary arteries is still a diagnostic challenge, however.

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