In the Categories, Aristotle defines homonymy as follows: "when things have only a name in common and the definition of being which corresponds to the name is different, they are called homonymous
of cases % 1 Episodic vascular type 10 19.23 of headache with or without vomiting 2 Headache due to raised 4 7.69 intracranial pressure 3 Crural monoparesis 4 7.69 4 Broca's aphasia 3 5.77 5 Broca's aphasia with 2 3.85 upper limb weakness 6 Hemiparesis 8 15.38 7 Hemiplegia 5 9.61 8 Homonymous
hemianopia 6 11.54 9 Hemichorea 6 11.54 10 Acute confusional state 4 7.69 Table 4.
Of the eight patients with OTS, six had incomplete homonymous
hemianopia and two had complete homonymous
For the TEP depression induced upon paired transspinal stimuli, the mean size of the TEP evoked by the second pulse ([TEP.sub.2]) was normalized to the mean size of the homonymous
TEP evoked by the first pulse ([TEP.sub.1]).
The cross-section dimension of the Haversian canals of the femoral bones in perimedullary zone in 60-day-old guineafowl roosters are on average by 1.8%, in hen guineafowls by 2.8%; in 90-day-old guineafowl rooster by 3.2%, in hen guineafowls by 2.8%; in 180-day-old guineafowl rooster by 3.8%, in hen guineafowls by 3.1%; and in 365-day-old guineafowl rooster by 5.8% and in hen guineafowls by 3.7% bigger as compared with the lumen diameter of homonymous
canals of the subperiosteal zone.
meanings as if they were completely different words.
A palaeontological sample (Kar5) bearing lower Darriwilian graptolites was collected about 50 m above the base of the Karadere Formation in the homonymous
* Cotroceni Hill--on which is marked the homonymous
monastery and a road, on the current path of Gh.
Clipping in P3 aneurysms may develop homonymous
hemianopsia due to thrombosis of the parent vessel .
Binasal hemianopsia, unlike types of visual field loss such as bitemporal heteronymous hemianopia, unilateral homonymous
hemianopia, is not common and cannot be explained by a single visual tract lesion.
Neurological examination of the patient revealed left hemiparesis, dysarthria, and homonymous
hemianopsia of the left side with a National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale of 12.
I do not believe that the following class of words (if it even is a class) has yet been described: verbs, the simple past tense of which is also homonymous
with, or at least homophonous with, the simple present tense of a different verb.