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Surgery adjective Unreachable; referring to a lesion that unmanageable by standard surgical techniques–eg, lesions deep in the brain or adjacent to vital structures–ie, not accessible. See Accessible.
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Delay due to organizational inaccessibility measures whether the respondent delayed medical care due to inaccessibility with the conventional health care organization.
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The questionnaire was divided into four sections like personal information, Preference of Domains, Features in URLs, Reasons for Inaccessibility of Websites, and General Opinion on Websites.
net software to tackle document inaccessibility and the inability to share information internally, whilst also providing a robust and compliant document storage archiving solution and implementing paperless office.
And the Civil Rights Project's Paso del Norte office filed several suits in the county and city of El Paso - one over the city council chambers' inaccessibility to wheelchairs.
The fact is, prisoners spend most of the time locked in cramped cells with increasing inaccessibility to work and education; shipped around the country like cattle.
A spokesman from the charity said: "We found a remarkable level of discrimination and inaccessibility in shops and services, particularly given the Disability and Discrimination Act first came into force 15 years ago.
They complain of Raj's high- handedness with his own leaders, his inaccessibility and increasing intolerance.
Paramedics attended, but were unable to get an ambulance to the scene, because of the inaccessibility of the site.
On Sunday the Storm and Flood Prevention Centre said rescue work was hampered by inaccessibility to the affected areas because roads were either submerged or completely washed away.
They failed the public, which consistently ranks the growing inaccessibility of health care as a top worry.