asystemic

asystemic

Nonsystemic, localised.
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Coronary artery fistula is an exceedingly uncommon congenital disorder characterized by fistulous communication of a coronary artery with asystemic or pulmonary vessel or a heart chamber.
Asystemic illness lasting [greater than or equal to] 2 weeks was only observed in 33% in Goda et al.'s biopsy-proven Japanese TINU cases [3], and none in our cohorts.
To be primed, non-infected cells must sense this silencing signal and internalize it.Although dsRNA as a mediator of local antiviral immunity is well established in insects, the effectors of asystemic immune response are not identified.
Tobacco smoke, indoor air pollution and tuberculosis: Asystemic review and methaanalysis.
disorganized and asystemic." (34) Furthermore, Puppy's first person narration posits him as an observer and commentator on the postmodern conditions of metropolitan life.
Asystemic analysis of the Edge Hill railway accident, Accident Analysis and Prevention 41(6): 1133-1144.
Responsibility for the Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP disaster that killed 75 people lies not only with the energy facility's current management and its owner, but also with the current leaders of the Russian power utilities sector who adopted incorrect asystemic decisionsa.
Differentiation of instruction for disadvantaged gifted students: Asystemic change model.
"But you certainly can protect yourself from asystemic risk.
He then follows through asystemic fragmentarianism in terms of the political economy of the sign, symbolic exchange by way of neo-Marxism, simulation in terms of hyperreality, radical illusion and virtuality, and the seduction (and revenge and irony) of the object, radical nihilism, evil as illusion, pataphysics and God, and criticism on simulation and reality, subject and object, and evil and good.