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anomalous

a·nom·a·lous

(ă-nom'ă-lŭs)
Of abnormal quality.
[G. anōmalos, irregular]

anomalous

(ă-nom′ă-lŭs) [Gr. anomalos, uneven]
Deviating from or contrary to normal; irregular.
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Though ARCAPA is well tolerated in the neonatal period, once the pulmonary resistance falls the fully oxygenated blood arriving in the anomalous coronary via collateral vessels from the normally arising coronary is stolen by the pulmonary trunk resulting in chronic myocardial ischaemia.
The anomalous RCA originating from the left sinus was categorized into 4 types by Kragel and Roberts, which are as follows: RCA arises (i) from within the left sinus, (ii) from above the left sinus, (iii) directly above the commissure between the left and right cusps and (iv) from a common ostium with the left main coronary artery.
We consider prospective reporting of anomalous origin of the left vertebral artery to be important as the anomaly has significant clinical and surgical implications during endovascular treatment of aortic arch injuries and during angioplasty and stent procedures in conditions such as aortic coarctation.
A common feature in all types of total anomalous pulmonary venous drainage is the impossibility of defining the connections of the pulmonary veins with the left atrium.
Weertman, High-resolution small-angle x-ray-scattering camera for anomalous scattering, J.
This discovery at last establishes a strong link between anomalous X-ray pulsars and soft-gamma-ray repeaters," with both being magnetars, comments Shri Kulkarni of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.
Magnetic highs in the southwest and northeast portions of the property also have coincident anomalous gold and silver geochemical values.
That may account for the failure of electronic detectors, whose targets are typically several centimeters thick, to pick up anomalous effects in previous experiments.
Approximately one third of the samples were anomalous in gold and nine of the samples returned values of more than 0.
The scientists believe this collection of ions is a trapped form of so-called anomalous cosmic rays.
Up to now most physicists on both sides have agreed that anomalous behavior occurs only for fairly large nuclear fragments.