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a·stat·ic

(ā-stat'ik),
Pertaining to astasia.

a·stat·ic

(ā-stat'ik)
Pertaining to astasia.
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To analyze the active suppression of elastic vibrations with the development of destabilization processes in the case of astatic regulation in terms of CP (I) is difficult because of the many options for combining parameters and particular solutions.
Current treatment of myoclonic astatic epilepsy: clinical experience at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
[9] The "thermally astatic" arrangement of the operating parts of the key marked "0" is shown in figure 6.
Natural period of the adapted mechanical system dropped to [T.sub.0] = 3.3 s although original natural period with the astatic spring suspension was [T.sub.0] = 5 s.
Myoclonic astatic epilepsy starts in previously healthy children aged 2-5 years old with repeating generalized tonic-clonic seizures accompanied by diffuse spike-sharp wave activity on EEG.
All sources of autonomous generators with astatic voltage regulators, which satisfy the bandwidth requirements of users (transition duration 20ms).
Doctors in August 2006 diagnosed Alex with a severe form of epilepsy called Myoclonic Astatic Epilepsy, also known as Doose Syndrome.
Karen Gray, of Edinburgh, believes cannabidiol could be used to treat five-yearold Murray, who has myoclonic astatic epilepsy.
As the reactor embodies astatic behaviour, it is not possible to compute the matrices in a chosen (steady-state) operating point.
Gravity measurements will be taken with the use of astatic quartz gravimeters with automatic data recording and seismic filter, and a metal gravimeter.
Sarah was diagnosed with rare Myoclonic Astatic Epilepsy in July.
He runs the channels, is good in the air and gets behind the defence - he's certainly not astatic player."