pentalogy


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pen·tal·o·gy

(pen-tal'ŏ-jē),
A rarely used term for a combination of five elements, such as five concurrent symptoms.
[penta- + G. logos, treatise, word]
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Michael Geist, "Fairness Found: Flow Canada Quietly Shifted from Fair Dealing to Fair Use" in Geist, Copyright Pentalogy, supra note 8, 157 at 159 [Geist, "Fairness Found"].
Combination of Cantrell pentalogy and amniotic band syndrome: a case report.
Syndromes and disorders associated with omphalocele (II): OEIS complex and Pentalogy of Cantrell.
There are other, rarer types of chest and abdominal wall defects, including those found in the pentalogy of Cantrell, limb-body wall complex (Figure 19), amniotic band syndrome, and bladder and cloacal exstrophy.
It's not a pentalogy, but instead I see them as having five different literary strategies with interwoven, interchangeable imagery.
If EC associated with deficiency of anterior diaphragm, midline supraumbilical abdominal wall defect, defect in diaphragmatic pericardium, various congenital intracardiac abnormalities, and defect of lower sternum, called pentalogy of Cantrell (PC) with an estimated incidence of 1/65.
Key Words: omphalocele, non-invasive ventilation, continuous positive airway pressure, Pentalogy of Cantrell, tracheostomy, paediatrics
The struggles of the Terran colonists in Elisabeth Vonarburg's epic pentalogy Tyranael (1996-1997) reflect many of the concerns of French-speakers in Canada.
In the second installment of his ongoing film pentalogy Seven Intellectuals in Bamboo Forest, Yang Fudong's latter-day sages forsake the Taoist natural paradise of Yellow Mountain for a seductively quotidian Shanghai apartment complex as they divine their place in an emergent global economy.