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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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The percentages of globally and segmentally sclerotic glomeruli and of glomeruli with periglomerular fibrosis, as well as the degree (percentage) of interstitial fibrosis, were correlated with the serum creatinine level at the time of the biopsy.
This two-segment model has become less important, abandoned in favor of the more generalized notion that labor markets are divided segmentally as opposed to continuously.
They stay within their identified segment and define problems segmentally - as small, isolated, bounded pieces" (Kanter, 1983, p.
For more than 20 years, engineers in over 75 countries have relied on ADAPT analysis and design software to design concrete floor systems (one- and two-way), mat foundations, beam frames, and segmentally constructed bridges with or without post-tensioning.
BMI and traditional scales only measure the sum total of an individual, while bioelectrical impedance can divide an individual into total fat, lean mass, water, bone density and even look at the body segmentally.
4 metre internal diameter, segmentally lined tunnel will serve as the conduit for the Santos GLNG gas transmission line.
Ventral setae sparse; with three pairs of longer pregenital setae (on abdominal segments V-VII), longest on segment VII, each 58-70 [micro]m long; abdomen with segmentally arranged submedian and an inner and outer submarginal rows of small setae; outer submarginal row with 1 pair per segment on abdomen, 1 pair between stigmatic clefts and 1 pair anteriorly on head; also with 1 small seta near each coxa, plus 2 pairs of interantennal setae, usually subequal in length, each about 40-55 [micro]m long.
With a total span of 502 meters (1,648 feet), the double-arched, segmentally constructed concrete bridge offers a dramatic view from its 47-meter (155-foot) height, while the wide arches frame the natural environment.
uk, with the infixal mora realized segmentally through a combination of correspondence (vowel copy) and epenthesis (the [?
the plural connective case was marked by a single segmentally indivisible ending (-y) of the portemanteau type [--] which may originally well have been a derivative suffix used in adnominal constructions with no specific reference to number.
The segmentally hypertrophied arachnoid membrane provides a cause for the hydrocephalus and corresponding cerebral atrophy.
Lateral faces of abdomen rather dark brown with regularly placed minute pale spots, central light stripe wide with dark segmentally arranged lateral dentations, the anterior folium yellowish brown, slightly sclerotized.