triphasic


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triphasic

 [tri-fa´zik]
having three phases.

triphasic

/tri·pha·sic/ (-fa´zik) having three phases.

triphasic

[trīfā′zik]
Etymology: Gk, treis, three, phasis, appearance
having three phases or stages.

triphasic

having three phases.
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MHV waveforms were classified as triphasic, biphasic without a reverse flow, and monophasic.
Afterwards, an assessment study of agreement of the critical care EEG terminology (2012 version) showed a high interrater agreement between clinicians with the exception of triphasic morphology and evolution (7).
end point triphasic as better than it could not be observed by Doppler waveform) was seen in 16 (32%) cases.
8) Classification Features Normal Grade 0 Triphasic waveform; no spectral broadening 1%-19% diameter Triphasic waveform with minimal spectral broadening 20%-49% Triphasic waveform usually maintained, although diameter reverse flow component may be diminished; spectral reduction Grade broadening is prominent with filling in of clear 2 area under the systolic peak; peak systolic velocity is increased from 30%-l00% relative to the adjacent proximal segment.
This feature is also present, albeit focally, in most triphasic and myomatous or muscle-predominant AMLs.
Ultrasound of the left foot shows loss of normal triphasic waveform and diminished amplitude of the dorsalis pedis artery waveform (Figure 3).
Although treatment with triphasic oral contraceptives did not cause any differences in her symptoms, treatment with monophasic contraceptives did.
A triphasic pericardial friction rub is audible in approximately one-third of cases, best heard with the diaphragm of the stethoscope over the left lateral sternal border with the patient leaning forward (Audio 1).
Kawasaki disease is usually self-limiting, having a triphasic course, with an average duration of symptoms of approximately 12 days [3, 7].
Several studies have highlighted a triphasic age distribution, with varying signs and symptoms according to age [6, 8].
The microscopic sections showed an unencapsulated, circumscribed triphasic tumor arising from the kidney, composed of prominent, irregular, thick-walled dystrophic blood vessels, interspersed with mature adipose tissue and smooth muscle fascicles, typical of an AML.