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(ĕk-sten′siv) [L. extendere, to stretch out]
Widespread. In cancer, widely metastatic.
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Using an analytical framework operationalizing the conception of "grounding in practice," our findings revealed substantial differences in the extensiveness of such opportunities.
When topographical analysis scoring was performed on DWI and FLAIR images, no significant difference was observed in terms of lesional extensiveness, however 1 score difference was found in 4 patients due to the superiority of FLAIR sequences in thalamic involvement.
This will assist the scientific practitioners to understand the basis of the causes of sickness and its extensiveness.
Hence, he employs a previously unavailable database that contains information on the provisional government of the Republic of New Africa (RNA), and the activities of authorities in the U.S., the City of Detroit and of state and federal authorities, and he outlines the extensiveness of state repression directed against the RNA.
Of these, there were perhaps three outstanding performers, based on the quality and extensiveness of their repertoires: Sam Larner of Winterton, Harry Cox of Catfield, and Walter Pardon of Knapton.
Clinical presentation and treatment outcomes depend on the importance of irrigation areas of the dissected vessel, and the extensiveness of the dissection [9, 17].
Alan Benson, in his usual unassuming way, prefers to hide the importance and extensiveness of his work under his current title as Development Editor, developing our social media sites (Twitter and Facebook) and keeping them filled with interesting content.
Instead, the "complexities and extensiveness of mothering practices and performances" (Nzinga-Johnson, 2013, p.
Moreover, we report that there is evidence for differences in ERP complexity and implementation extensiveness in the two cultures.

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