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ellipse

(i-lips′) [L. ellipsis, fr Gr. elleipsis, a falling short]
In geometry, an oval or egg-shaped figure. In surgery, incisions of such shape are commonly made to remove lesions from the skin.
elliptic (-lip′tik), adjectiveelliptical (′ti-kăl) elliptically (′ti-k(ă-)lē)
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Patients who suffer from weight issues have a good option to insert the Ellipse Capsule Balloon for accelerated and desired results, which helps as a jump-start to lose weight and create a feeling of satiety in these individuals," said Dr Wael Dahhan, consultant, American board gastroenterologist at Emirates Hospital.
With the addition of Ellipse, it now has a residential portfolio with 5,000 units spread throughout 15 properties, though Wernick said the company's latest project was more than another tree in a forest of glass and steel.
The reaction time of the stimuli for triangle, ellipse, angry face, and smiling face is 376 [+ or -] 102, 380 [+ or -] 108, 366 [+ or -] 104, and 379 [+ or -] 100 milliseconds, respectively.
The company said the new MR-conditional labeling for the Ellipse ICD allows patients to undergo an MRI scan if needed.
Antoine's velocity-based model [4] using hard circles for its simplicity and straightforward, we have improved the pedestrian shape from the Common one to the Better one by using the ellipse shape, and the Fig.
First, the influence of the depth, the value of which is the minor semi-axis a of the super-ellipse, is studied for a simple ellipse (super-ellipse of order 2).
The circumference of the peritoneal cavity ellipse was calculated from the waist circumference and the ratio of the measured distances.
We propose to approximate [[OMEGA].sub.Z] by means of an impedance ellipse, which may be a convenient method to express the uncertainty of the antenna input impedance in a graphical format.
Through a traction coefficient estimation method using a calculation model suggested in the past [1], estimation accuracy was improved by combining the viscosity and plasticity regions of an oil film inside the contact ellipse in a [mu] measurement test using a four-roller experimental apparatus.
And further, if Sarduy could see a relation between Kepler's theory of elliptical movement and Borromini's architectural designs, and between the Borrominian ellipse and the hidden code of the anamorphic image, it is only because for Sarduy the structuralist theorist, language, no less than the pictorial image, called not so much for a reading, as a deciphering.
In recent studies, tibial aperture was analyzed as an ellipse, which is generated as an intersection between a tibial plateau and a tibial bone tunnel [7, 10-12].
is purchasing Ellipse Technologies Inc., a privately held company focused on skeletal deformity solutions, for $380 million in cash upfront and a potential $30 million milestone payable in 2017 related to specific revenue targets.