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e·ro·sive

(ē-rō'siv),
1. Having the property of eroding or wearing away.
2. An eroding agent.

e·ro·sive

(ē-rō'siv)
1. Having the property of eroding or wearing away.
2. An eroding agent.

erosive

(ē-rō′sĭv)
1. Able to produce erosion.
2. An agent that erodes tissues or structures.
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Erosive wear resistance has been evaluated for neat epoxy, unidirectional glass and carbon fiber reinforced epoxy composites and bi-directional E-glass fabric reinforced epoxy composite at normal incidence .
Erosive OA has been associated with systemic diseases, including hypothyroidism, autoimmune thyroiditis, hyperparathyroidism, chronic renal disease, scleroderma, Sjogren's syndrome, and calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate arthropathy (CPPD).
Available algorithms for the prediction of erosive and persistent arthritis as well as long-term disability should undergo further evaluation.
Haefner believes that DIV can be an expression of erosive lichen planus, which can have the same wet smear, pH, cytology, and biopsy results.
4% to 5% of patients with OLR particularly those with erosive and erythematous disease.
Accomplishing this goal requires reducing the volume of runoff and/or slowing runoff to reduce erosive energy.
to treat acid-related disorders (such as gastroesophageal reflux disease [GERD], erosive esophagitis, active benign gastric ulcers and other conditions associated with overproduction of stomach acid), Prevacid is the first proton pump inhibitor (PPI) available in this formulation.
Designed to measure the flow of any gas, it is especially useful for metering erosive, corrosive, toxic, high purity or sterile gases, or in any application where penetrating the pipe wall is undesirable.
The flowmeter can be used to measure the flow of any gas, and is especially useful for metering erosive, corrosive, toxic, high-purity or sterile gases.
If there's an uglier, more erosive word in any language, we'd like to see it.
In Plainfield-Union, the Tax Court upheld a current deduction for costs incurred by a water company to replace the lining in its water pipes, which had been damaged by an erosive condition.