sinusoidal pattern

sinusoidal pattern

An abnormal fetal heart rate finding in which the monitor records a consistent rhythmic, uniform, undulating wave. Although the number of beats per minute is within normal limits and the recording shows long-term variability, beat-to-beat variability is absent and no accelerations in heart rate occur with fetal movement.
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Caltrans' design goal was a sinusoidal pattern that minimizes the "harsh" impulse noise from existing rumble strip designs but still increases interior noise levels by 6 dB or more.
The best fade patterns are half sinusoidal (ref Figure 8B) in nature and may be halftone or other types of fade technologies since a sinusoidal pattern has the lowest number of Fourier spatial frequencies.
The charge-density waves occur when electron density in a conductor is distributed in a sinusoidal pattern, like ripples on water, instead of the common uniform density.
The sinusoidal pattern is also noted in the liver (Figure 2, A), causing sinusoidal dilation and sometimes perisinusoidal fibrosis without portal triad involvement.
At a critical speed, the crack will become unstable, branching in a sinusoidal pattern, until it slows and stops.
A prominent burrowing sinusoidal pattern was present (Fig.
Criteria include a sinusoidal pattern or absent baseline FHR variability and any of the following--recurrent late decelerations, recurrent variable decelerations, or bradycardia.
9), except for diabetic rat (rd3) which appeared to follow a sinusoidal pattern.
No sinusoidal pattern, inflammatory infiltrate, cellular atypia, increased mitotic activity, or endothelial proliferation is seen.
05, indicating that parallel-line textures either remove the sinusoidal effect of orientation or render the sinusoidal pattern too subtle to detect in this experiment.