intercritical

intercritical

 [in″ter-krit´ĭ-kal]
denoting the period between attacks, as of gout.

intercritical

/in·ter·crit·i·cal/ (-krit´ĭ-k'l) denoting the period between attacks, as of gout.

intercritical

denoting the period between attacks or bouts of a recurrent disease, e.g. equine infectious anemia.
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The ECG is often modified, but it may well be normal during intercritical periods or in early crisis.
According to the course of disease, gout is divided into four phases: (1) asymptomatic HUA, (2) acute attack of gouty arthritis, (3) intercritical gouty arthritis, and (4) chronic gouty arthritis.
Effects of Mn, Si and Cr addition on the dissolution and coarsening of pearlitic cementite during intercritical austenitization in Fe-1mass%C alloy, Mater.
Hydrogen uptake is strongly dependent on the furnace atmosphere and the amount of martensite in the steel but has little dependence on the soaking time, the humidity of the furnace atmosphere, or the temperature within the usual intercritical annealing range.
Mazaheri, "Development of a high strength and ductile Nb-bearing dual phase steel by cold-rolling and intercritical annealing of the ferrite-martensite microstructures," Materials Science and Engineering A, vol.
Prophylactic colchicine therapy of intercritical gout.
Asymptomatic Hyperuricemia (elevated serum urate with no clinical manifestation of gout), Acute Flare (acute inflammation of the joint caused by urate crystallization), Intercritical segments (the interval between acute flares) and Advanced Gout (long term gouty complications of uncontrolled hyperuricemia).
Three clinical syndromes are associated with gouty arthritis: acute gouty arthritis, intercritical gout (or interval gout), and chronic recurrent and tophaceous gout.
Acute gout can be interspaced with intercritical periods of no activity of gout.
Experimental research for evaluating the strength and energy absorption and formability of sheets with higher strength properties was carried out on steel sheets of F-M produced by intercritical annealing (specimens designated A1, A2, A3, A4, B1, B2) and specimens produced by the method of controlled rolling (specimens denoted as C1, C2, C3, C4, C5).
Abstract The galvanizability of high strength steel is dependent on the surface selective oxidation of alloy elements during intercritical annealing.