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an·od·al

(an'ōd-ăl),
Of, pertaining to, or emanating from an anode.
Synonym(s): anodic

anode

(an'od?) [ ana-, + Gr. hodos, way]
1. The positive pole of an electrical source.
2. In radiography, the target of the x-ray tube.
See: cathodeanodal (a-nod'al), adjective
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67) Gabriella Anodal places the images of progression in historical perspective and attempts to correlate them; she finds that when carefully examined these correlations are not always consistent ("Le immagini del linguaggio cateriniano e le loro fonti: La scala," Rassegna di ascetica e mistica [1972] 332-43).
The effect of cathodal and anodal electrical stimulation (IDC) on the biomechanical properties of pressure sore in guinea pig.
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3+] ions bound (more anodal position) was observed for the three [Fe.
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1A, physiologic serum samples analyzed without removal of Hp (lane b) gave a faint luminescent band in a more anodal position than pure Hb (lane a).
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