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per·fo·rat·ed

(per'fō-rāt'ed),
Pierced with one or more holes.
[L. perforatus, fr. per-foro, pp. -atus, to bore through]

per·fo·rat·ed

(pĕr'fŏr-āt-ĕd)
Pierced with one or more holes.
[L. perforatus, fr. per-foro, pp. -atus, to bore through]
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Finally, because all AA patients included in this study underwent operations and the histopathological examination was performed within our institute, we evaluated the sensitivity and specificity, determined by Youden's index, of perforated appendicitis patients; we found that neutrophil/leucocyte ratios >72.2% had the highest sensitivity (84.4%), whereas eosinophil counts <20/mcl had the highest specificity (76.8%) in predicting perforation among AA patients (Table 3).
In the period under study, 104 patients had operative intervention for perforated pepticulcer disease.
Laparoscopic repair of perforated peptic ulcer is a safe and reliable procedure and is proven to be efficient.
Polnitz-Baker contracted Miami, Florida-based product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Individual Perforated Medicine Packaging to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
The results of the partially perforated wall without side wall (PV_NS here in after) show that the relative wave heights along the wall are similar to the results of PV_PS and PV_VS until [x.sup.*] is 0.5 but increase by showing a similar pattern of PW case.
Appendicular peritonitis in these cases was due to perforated appendix one developed port site infection and second surgical site infection postoperatively.
The median age at diagnosis was 30 years (IQR = 19-45 years), 54% were male, and 31% had perforated appendicitis (Table 1).
Henry Percy Dean from London was the first surgeon to perform a successful repair of perforated duodenal ulcer in 18944.
The Guebbas zone was then perforated and flowed gas at a sustained rate of 1.89mmscf/d on a 16/64-inch choke.
Dressings made from a soft foam-based laminate with an adhesive and perforated contact layer are air-permeable and absorb blood and wound secretions.
Coupled with electronics, the analyzer accurately measures perforated flexible packaging structures, as well as high-barrier alternatives.