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leakage

 [le´kaj]
the escape of something through a break in a barrier or wall.
radiation leakage radiation going out through the x-ray tube housing in all directions other than that of the useful beam.

leakage

[le′kaj]
the escape of something through a break in a barrier or wall.
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1 CSF leakage poses a risk of significant morbidity and remains potentially life-threatening due to the risk of meningitis.
In order to improve outcome in dengue infection, early diagnosis of plasma leakage and, thus, of DHF are important.
The purpose of this paper was to re-examine the original leakage data collected by Edmondson et al.
The fracture grade, DCPW, cement leakage type, and complications of all selected vertebrae were recorded.
Leakage through the racks and servers are not considered in this analysis.
One way of decreasing the leakage current is increasing the threshold voltages of transistors.
We're pleased with this performance, which shows we reduced LEAKAGE by a further 7Mld* last year and out turned 30Mld below target, but we're not resting on our laurels," said Tony O'Shea, YorKshire Water's LEAKAGE manager.
Using their own writings, critics of the use of natural gas have claimed that leakage rates must fall below 2 to 3 percent in order to obtain any benefit from the use of natural gas.
4) The leakage allowed by the tested groups was quantified according to the movement of a small air bubble inside a 25 [micro]L micropipette (Fisher Scientific, Philadelphia, USA).
Thus, prevention of bladder catheter leakage remains a challenging clinical scenario, with clinicians relying on anecdotally known remedies.
I], the speed is U, and during the upstroke the liquid clearance leakage amount is the composition of the pressure differential flooding and shear flooding.
Leakage classification is the value that ties static pressure (in.