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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At a critical speed, the crack will become unstable, branching in a sinusoidal pattern, until it slows and stops.
Signet-ring cell variant of small lymphocytic lymphoma with a prominent sinusoidal pattern.
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.
On histologic examination, the majority of the lymph nodes (n = 13; 54%) contained heavily pigmented cells in a subcapsular and focally sinusoidal pattern.
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.
Delivered much like a coronary stent (starting through the femoral artery at the groin), the INX stent and its delivery system incorporate Medtronic AVE's unique sinusoidal pattern and a special balloon technology that provide a high degree of flexibility, enabling it to be more easily threaded through the tortuous arteries of the head and neck.
The sinusoidal pattern resulted, they argued, becuase the microorganisms were building toward the sun, which, from the microorganisms' point of view, moved in the sky with the change in season.
At a critical speed approaching the speed of sound, the crack will become unstable, branching in a sinusoidal pattern, until it slows and stops.
This topography consists of a sinusoidal patterns of surface projections leading to complex surface plateaus.