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strat·i·fied

(strat'i-fīd),
Arranged in the form of layers or strata.
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strat·i·fied

(strat'i-fīd)
Arranged in the form of layers or strata.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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A generalized (strong) stratified Lconvergence space (X, [lim.sup.q]) is called
Keywords: Stratified ocean, internal gravity waves, asymptotic methods.
The eddies, they concluded, form stratified layers of warmer water near the surface that sustain phytoplankton in sunlit areas and launch their growth spurt.
Professor Anton Muscatelli is principal and vice-chancellor of Glasgow University, where two of the centres focusing on stratified medicine and imaging systems will be housed.
Recommended testing for patients stratified with a moderate pretest probability of first lower extremity DVT include initial testing with a highly sensitive D-dimer, proximal CUS, or whole-leg US.
For the transition law of the flow patterns, Brauner and Maron [5] first developed a two-fluid model to characterize the transition from stratified flow to other flow patterns.
Stratified medicines will be an increasingly important part of the armoury available to health professionals, but will inevitably work best alongside people taking a greater interest in their own health through lifestyle changes such as diet, exercise and not smoking.
James Peach, director of Cancer Research UK's stratified medicine programme, said: "In the 10 years since the human genome project was completed we've made huge progress in unravelling the genetic basis of cancer and understanding what drives it at a molecular level.
Current research is showing that there is uncertainty and confusion as to correct design procedures for stratified ventilation systems in Canada [Tardif et al 2008].
Wet Wipe Having A Stratified Wetting Composition Therein And Process For Preparing Same: No.
55% of follicles associated with impacted third molars, with pericoronal radiolucency less than 2.5mm actually showed presence of stratified squamous epithelium consistent with a dentigerous cyst.