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rem·nant

(rem'nănt),
Something remaining, a residue or vestige.
[O. Fr., fr. remaindre, to remain, fr. L. remaneo]

remnant

Something that remains or is left over.
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None of the patients had bile duct injury, symptoms of remnant gallstones, and/or stump cholecystitis after surgery.
RESULTS: We examined both calculated and directly measured remnant cholesterol; importantly, however, measured remnant cholesterol made up only 9% of calculated remnant cholesterol at nonfasting triglyceride concentrations < 1 mmol/L (89 mg/dL) and only 43% at triglycerides >5 mmol/L (443 mg/dL).
This latest research points to an estimate for the age of the supernova remnant to be tens of thousands of years.
MATERIAL AND METHODS: The records of 9 patients who presented to us with gallbladder remnant after having undergone cholecystectomy were reviewed and analysed with respect to the time period between initial cholecystectomy and presentation, symptomatology, clinical features, findings on investigation and further management.
Made by observing simultaneously from four countries, including Sweden, the image shows the glowing center of the galaxy Messier 82 -- and many bright remnants of supernova explosions.
NuSTAR is the first telescope capable of producing maps of radioactive elements in supernova remnants.
Roam has published two children's books, A Remnant Surprise and the soon to be released, Tippy Tip.
KEY WORDS: Omphalomesenteric duct remnants, Omphalocele, Omphalomesenteric duct cyst, Newborn.
According to Genzyme, this revised indication in remnant ablation provides physicians with the option to administer a reduced dose of radioiodine (131-I).
So, with yields for directly placed online ads ranging from 800 to 4,000 percent higher than remnant ads placed by ad networks, why would publishers choose to accept remnant ads in the first place?
Indian soil is being used for unlawful activities propelled by the remnant cadres of the LTTE ( Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam).