diad


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di·ad

(dī'ad),
1. The transverse tubule and a terminal cisterna in cardiac muscle fibers.
2. Synonym(s): dyad (1)

di·ad

(dī'ad)
1. The transverse tubule and a cisterna in cardiac muscle fibers.
2. Synonym(s): dyad (1) .
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Peripheral artery disease (PAD) was present in only 9% of the DIAD population and no one in FACTOR-64.
Por ejemplo, observando el grupo control (sin deteccion) de DIAD (n= 562) y FACTOR-64 (n= 448), el numero combinado de muertes cardiacas (n= 15) y de IM no mortal (n= 18) fue solo 33 en el grupo control, lo que representa una tasa de eventos acumulada de 3.
More generally, functional representations operative in science are built by reference to the triad Self-Other-Object (Werner, 1957; Werner and Kaplan, 1962), not the diad Self-Object (Piaget, 1952, 1955).
Abdulkadir Diad Mohamed was abducted by unidentified men in the town of Dinsor and killed after trying to escape, the Rome-based agency said on Monday.
Systematic screening for coronary artery disease cannot be recommended for asymptomatic patients with type 2 diabetes" based on results presented from the DIAD (Detection of Ischemia in Asymptomatic Diabetes) study, said Dr.
It is submitted that Trachtman's fourth diad is, out of all four, least distinctive for private international law.
5] IDEA, Manual de minicentrales hidroelectricas, Edicion Especial, CINCO DIAD, 1997.
The North Face has introduced a must-have for adventurers who need to travel light: one of the lightest waterproof jackets on the market, the DIAD, or 'done in a day' jacket.
Fielding, significantly, is the only author who regularly adds a third term to the usual diad by invoking the power of the actor to realize scenes, alongside that of the painter and the poet.
At this writing, a DIAD has only been created for experimental and quasi-experimental group design, but the WWC reports that DIADs are also being constructed for single-subject and qualitative group designs (WWC, 2003b).