normo-

normo-

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

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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% Eu- 22 34.4 26 41.3 43 67.2 51 81 thyroid Hypo- 42 65.6 37 58.7 21 32.8 12 19 thyroid Total 64 100 63 100 64 100 63 100 Normo- 57 89.1 57 90.5 63 98.4 63 100 calcaemic Hypo- 07 10.9 06 9.5 01 1.6 -- -- calcaemic Total 64 100 63 100 64 100 63 100 Status At 180 days TT n=64 STT n=63 No.
Furthermore, among diabetic patients, the levels of urinary meprins increased with progression from normo- to micro- and macroalbuminuria, suggesting the that meprins may have diagnostic value in detecting diabetic kidney injury.
Two weeks of treatment passed and a significant blood pressure increase was observed in normo- (Figure 1) and hypogonadic animals (Figure 2), in the groups that received fructose, oxonic acid, or both drugs versus control groups.
Calculated calcium values were categorized as hypo-, normo- or hypercalcemia (reference interval 2.20-2.65 mmol/L) and compared with categorization of hypo-, normo- or hypercalcemia based on ionized calcium measurement (reference interval 1.20-1.30 mmol/L at pH 7.4).
However, there were statistically significant differences between the groups' NISS scores (p < 0.02 comparing hypo- and normomagnesaemic patients; p < 0.05 comparing normo- and hypermagnesaemic patients; p < 0.005 comparing hypo- and hypermagnesaemic patients).
Fast interpretation of thromboelastometry in noncardiac surgery: reliability in patients with hypo-, normo-, and hypercoagulability.
Comparison of continuous data (age, duration of diabetes and duration of ED) between normo- and hypotestosteronemics was performed using independent two sample Student t test.
We experienced temporary loss of PVI signals in several subjects both during normo- and hypovolemia, although the photoplethysmographic waveform remained well defined.
Normo- and hypobaric hypoxia: are there any physiological differences?
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.
A false-negative result was defined as an inadequate decrease of the ioPTH level despite the fact that the patient was normo- or hypocalcaemic postoperatively.