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frag·ment

(frag'ment),
A small part broken from a larger entity.

fragment

[frag′mənt]
Etymology: L, frangere, to break
one of the small pieces into which a larger entity has been broken.

frag·ment

(frag'mĕnt)
A small part broken from a larger entity.

frag·ment

(frag'mĕnt)
A small part broken from a larger entity.

Patient discussion about fragment

Q. what is fragments of endocervical glandular mucosa with inflammation and squamous metaplasia fragments of endocervical glandular mucosa

A. It means that part of the mucose on the cervix area has changes from a certain kind of mucose cells to another, and that there is a bit of an inflammation around it. This should be brought to the knowledge of a gynecologist and be monitored by him/her.

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It is assumed to come from Cave 4 [at Qumran], but in the final analysis it must be said that the provenance of the fragment remains unknown," wrote Martin G.
11) If the fractured fragment is available and intact, then reattachment of fractured segments is the most desired treatment.
A total of 1209 patients were operated for lumber disc herniation during the study period, of which 11 had posterior epidural migration of ruptured fragment making it 0.
When walking uphill, the ants carried fragments at a notably steeper angle than ants on a horizontal trail, the researchers noted.
3 and harder if they go to more prolate shapes; while the spherical heavy fragment [sup.
1 Identifying Sentence Fragments Read each item below, and identify it as a complete sentence or a fragment.
It revealed only a 20-centimeter-long fragment of one of Ralph's ribs.
7 million kilometers of Earth--the closest any comet has come to our planet in 20 years--and the largest fragments should be visible with binoculars.
1997), these results suggest this fragment of Ara h2 contains multiple IgE-binding epitopes and survives digestion by the GI enzymes tested.
In addition, each antigen fragment is fused to the ubiquitin protein to increase antigen expression and target these antigens to the proteasome to enhance cytotoxic T lymphocyte (CTL) responses.
In addition, this study shows that precision for fragments greater than 300 bases is further improved by excluding the 340-base GS-500 fragment in conjunction with using the Global Southern method.