normo-

normo-

Normal, usual.
[L. normalis, according to pattern]

normo-

prefix meaning "normal": normocytic, normotensive.

normo-

prefix Latin, in conformity with standards; normal.

normo-

Prefix meaning normal, usual.
[L. normalis, according to pattern]

normo-

Combining form denoting normal, usual.
[L. normalis, according to pattern]
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Incidence of elevated LH/FSH ratio in polycystic ovary syndrome women with normo- and hyperinsulinemia.
05 comparing normo- and hypermagnesaemic patients; p < 0.
Hypogonadism is further classified as either a normo-, hyper-, or hypogonadotropic state, which is differentiated on the basis of laboratory measurement of LH and FSH.
Fast interpretation of thromboelastometry in noncardiac surgery: reliability in patients with hypo-, normo-, and hypercoagulability.
Taylor et al (116) performed a Cochrane database review and identified 7 randomized controlled trials (3 in normotensives, 2 in hypertensives, 1 in a mixed population of normo- and hypertensives, and 1 in heart failure) with follow-up of at least 6 months comparing restricted dietary salt intake or advice to reduce salt intake to control/no intervention in adults, and reported mortality or cardiovascular disease morbidity data.
Causes of normal AG metabolic acidosis With hypokalaemia With normo- or hyperkalaemia Diarrhoea Early uraemic acidosis Renal tubular Aldosterone deficiency acidosis type 1 and 2 or resistance Ureteral diversion to intestine Obstructive uropathy Recovery phase Hyperalimentation (lysine, of ketoacidosis histidine, arginine Carbonic anhydrase inhibition HCl) Ingestion/infusion of HCl, [ NH.
Differences in metal and metalloid content in the hair of normo- and hypertensive postmenopausal women.
Several pertinent studies were provided in the health claim application, showing first that at doses of at least 3 g/day the ingredient produced a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol concentrations in both normo- and hypercholesterolaemic subjects and, second, that there is evidence supporting the biological plausibility of the mechanism of the effect.
Shandas, A microstructural hyperelastic model of pulmonary arteries under normo- and hypertensive conditions, Ann.
Progression to albuminuria was significantly reduced by fenofibrate, with 466 fenofibrate-allocated patients (10%) progressing from normo- to microalbuminuria or from micro- to macroalbuminuria, compared to 539 patients (11%) allocated placebo and more frequent regression of albuminuria also occurred with fenofibrate (p=0.
5 Hyperresponders have been shown to have the lowest mortality and best clinical outcomes relative to normo- or hyporesponders.