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Cyclops

 [si´klops]
a genus of minute crustaceans, species of which act as hosts of Diphyllobothrium and Dracunculus.

cyclops

 [si´klops]
a malformed fetus exhibiting cyclopia. Called also monops and monophthalmus.

cy·clops

(sī'klops),
A person with cyclopia.
Synonym(s): monoculus (1) , monophthalmus, monops
[see cyclopia]
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It has been demonstrated that arthroscopic removal of the cyclops lesion significantly reduced patients' symptoms (pain and limitations during: changing the direction, training, competition, landing, jumping, sprint, workout at gym), because half of patients had no symptoms, and pain always persisted only in 3.3% of cases.
Sagittal sections were very suggestive of Cyclops syndrome, with neoproliferative fibrous nodule in front of the neo ligament, producing impingement of the inter-condylar notch (Figure-1 and 2)
Following a discussion with the patient, she was offered arthroscopic debridement of the cyclops lesion.
The pathogenesis of cyclops lesions has been a debated topic.
The Cyclops episode, situated almost halfway through the first act, evolves in two scenes.
Although some Cyclops portables have an on-board storage facility, until now analysis has been limited to determining the highest, lowest and average temperatures, and the data is lost when the instrument is switched off.
Steve Wreford, of Cyclops, says: "Clarification of the changes in the law for drivers will unlock significant demand from consumers who have been unsure of the legality of the different systems on the market."
Cyclops insists that its dash-top detector system is fully legal, costing pounds 370.
This compares with the Midlands, which recorded the smallest increase in speed cameras with 10.1 percent more units since August 2002 and Scotland where, according to Cyclops, the number of speed cameras rose by 11.6 per cent.
This compares with the Midlands, which recorded the smallest increase in speed cameras with 10.1%more units since August 2002,and Scotland where,according to Cyclops, the number of speed cameras rose by 11.6%.
Cyclops headlamps feature adjustable output and LED technology that boost efficiency.