subsidence

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sub·si·dence

(sŭb-sī'dĕns),
Sinking or settling in bone, as of a prosthetic component of a total joint implant.

sub·si·dence

(sŭb'si-dĕns)
Sinking or settling in bone, as of a prosthetic component of a total joint implant.

subsidence

(sŭb-sīd′ĕns) [L. subsidere, to sink down]
The gradual disappearance of symptoms or manifestations of a disease.

Patient discussion about subsidence

Q. when dirarear subsides what can i eat,its been 14 hrs since last visit to toilet

A. try dry toast.

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Subsidence of the trough-shaped variety mainly forms over longwall mined areas.
The exposure of the pipeline to mine subsidence is an added factor.
Table 2 Factors Affecting Pipe Response to Subsidence
There are four fundamental modes of pipe failure to subsidence ground movement: axial tension, axial compression, bending and ground breakout.
older pipelines), and pipelines with nominal safety factors are the most susceptible to subsidence damage.
The other mode of pipe failure to subsidence is when the pipe breaks out of the ground and buckles.