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plas·mat·ic

(plaz-mat'ik),
Relating to plasma.
Synonym(s): plasmic

plasmatic

adjective Referring to plasma; plasmic. Plasmatic is less commonly used than plasma in the working medical parlance.

plas·mat·ic

(plaz-mat'ik)
Relating to plasma.
Synonym(s): plasmic.

plasmatic

pertaining to plasma; of the nature of plasma.
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At the same time also the role of n-3 PUFA in the management and treatment of plasmatic disorders and cardiovascular disease has received much attention in the literature.
The Danne Plasmatic Breast Treatment, from pounds 65 per treatment, will help to correct sagging breast tissue, crepey skin in the decollete area, rough chest skin and discoloured skin tone.
The Danne Plasmatic Breast Treatment, from pounds 65 per time, will help to correct sagging breast tissue, crepey skin in the decollete area, rough chest skin and discoloured skin tone.
The Danne Plasmatic Breast Treatment , from pounds 65 per treatment, will help to correct sagging breast tissue,crepey skin in the decollete area, rough chest skin and discoloured skin tone.
on an average 11 per cent plasmatic and 2 per cent stearic acid.
1981); the serotoninergic system, since self-injurious individuals have reduced levels of plasmatic serotonin and low levels of a serotonin metabolite, 5-hydroxyindoleacetic acid (5-HIAA) (Brown, Linnoila, & Goodwin, 1990); and the system of internal opiates (beta-endorphins) (Kars, Broekema, Glaudemans-van Gelderen, Verhoven, & Van Ree, 1990).
Though Stephenson teaches chemistry, he said it's possible to implement plasmatic fusion into some labs.
Now I also saw that it wasn't completely at rest, that at its edge there was a faint undulating, plasmatic movement.
The intersection of the immobile fluidity of Leccia's images and the mechanical rigidity of Vilmouth's work created a postecology, postchaos environment formed by primordial, plasmatic, volcanic images of fusion and the creaking and groaning mechanical fish that seemed to be learning to swim all over again.
The primary objective of the study is the evaluation, in women over 18 with HER-2 metastatic breast cancer, of the pharmacokinetic and safety profile for the combined treatment with Reparixin on CSCs, on the tumoral microenvironment and on plasmatic levels of inflammatory cytokines, and the analysis of the tumor response to the treatment as an indicator of efficacy.
The study team evaluated the muscle MSNA by microneurography, forearm blood flow by venous occlusion plethysmography, functional capacity by cardiopulmonary exercise test and plasmatic cathecolamine level.