monophasic


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monophasic

(ˌmɒnəʊˈfeɪzɪk)
adj
1. (Physiology) physiol relating to a moment of nervous activity that has only one phase
2. (Electronics) another word for monophase2
3. (Chemistry) another word for monophase2
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monophasic

adj (pharm) monofásico
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c) mounting of a cassette type to 3p or for indirect measurement with the concrete foundation - 45; d) circuit breaker installation: - monophasic - 3 000 pcs, - three-phase - 900 pcs; e) installation of a new electricity meter: - monophasic - 1 500 pcs, - three-phase - 450pcs; f) installation of a new watch - 80 pcs .
Usefulness of cytokeratin subsets for distinguishing monophasic synovial sarcoma from malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor.
Reddy's Laboratorie, Hyderabad, India, has been awarded a US patent for a method of making a depot comprised of forming an oil-in-water emulsion including a phospholipid, an oil, at least one hydrophilic water-soluble pharmaceutically active agent selected from the group consisting of vancomycin, gentamicin, a pharmaceutically-acceptable salt thereof and a mixture thereof and water; converting the emulsion to a monophasic solution; lyophilizing the monophasic solution to obtain a dry paste; adding a viscosity modifying agent to the dry paste in an amount sufficient to obtain a viscosity modified solution; removing at least some of the viscosity modifying agent to obtain a depot, and sterilizing the depot.
DIAGNOSIS: Atrial flutter/fibrillation with a rapid (111 beats/ minutes) and variable ventricular response; right axis deviation of the QRS complex (+124[degrees]); a tall monophasic R wave in lead V1 that was taller than the R wave in V6 and was accompanied by a negative T wave; a tall R wave in lead aVR; and deep S waves in leads I, V5, V6.
4) Histologically, synovial sarcoma is organized into 4 broad categories by the proportion of epithelial to spindle cells: (1) biphasic type with varying degrees of epithelial and spindle cell components; (2) monophasic fibrous type, consisting solely of spindle cells; (3) monophasic epithelial type, consisting of predominantly epithelial cells with only scant spindle cell populations present; and (4) poorly differentiated type, which can resemble a small round cell tumor, a large-cell/epithelioid tumor, or a spindle cell tumor with high-grade nuclear features, high mitotic activity, and areas of necrosis.
Using monophasic OCPs for 42-63 days on and 4-7 days off can be tried.
50%-99% Monophasic waveform with loss of reverse flow diameter component and forward flow throughout cardiac reduction Grade cycle; extensive spectral broadening; peak 3 systolic velocity is increased >100% relative to adjacent proximal segment; distal waveform is monophasic with reduced systolic velocity Occlusion Grade No flow detected within imaged arterial segment; 4 reocclusive "thump" maybe heard just proximal to site of occlusion; distal waveforms are monophasic with reduced systolic velocities Table 2: Comparison of Cases Detected by Doppler USG and MDCT Angiography Group of Vessels Doppler MDCT Angiography Aortoiliac group vessels 1.
If Doppler ultrasound is available, a monophasic signal would indicate PAD.
Acute respiratory failure (ARF) due to monophasic NMO is uncommon.
Type I: normal triphasic waveform, type II : Biphasic without reduced oscillations, type III: Biphasic with reduced oscillation and type IV : Monophasic hepatic venous waveform.