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interspace

 [in´ter-spās]
a space between similar structures.

in·ter·space

(in'tĕr-spās),
Any space between two similar objects, such as a costal interspace or interval between two ribs.

interspace

/in·ter·space/ (in´ter-spās) a space between similar structures.

in·ter·space

(in'tĕr-spās)
Any space between two similar objects, such as a costal interspace or interval between two ribs.

interspace

a space between similar structures.
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In addition, Accuro identified the appropriate spinal interspace for needle insertion in 94% of patients and enabled 87% success in first-attempt epidural administration.
At the time, he did not share any details other than he would be funding it himself as a side project to another company he's involved with called Interspace, according to (https://www.
When data were presented as to whether TL intersected the upper, middle, or lower portion of a vertebral body (37,38), we collapsed the data to make it compatible with the great majority of the studies, which reported the intersection as occurring either within a vertebral body or at an intervertebral interspace.
These new ideas will be presented through Petrou's work under the name Interspace -- which combines three separate and independent aspects of Cypriot tradition as one entity.
The tar can clog the interspace of pyrolysis char and cover some active ingredients of pyrolysis char in the process of tar cracking because of the viscous properties of tar; so it result in that the activity decreases.