pertubation


Related to pertubation: Perturbation theory
Translations

pertubation

n. pertubación, acto de insuflar oviductos para hacerlos permeables.
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In point of fact, it would seem that the waiter felt this wholesome truth, for when he returned for the empty plates and dishes and was informed by Mr Swiveller with dignified carelessness that he would call and setle when he should be passing presently, he displayed some pertubation of spirit and muttered a few remarks about
Berman (1953) was the first reasercher who studied the problem of steady flow in an incompressible viscous fluid through a porous channel with rectangular cross section, when the Reynold number is low and the pertubation solution assuming normal wall velocity to be equal was obtained [1].
Periodic Optimization of a Chemical Reactor System using Pertubation Methods," J.
2] pertubation, contrast dye is forced into the fallopian tubes and can be painful when used in women with occlusions, she said.
The mechanism of cardiotoxicity induced by 5-FU and cisplatin is unknown, but some hypotheses have been put forward: a coronary spasm directly induced by the drug or due to the release of vasopressive substances; direct toxic effect on the myocardium and the pericardium; an immunoallergic reaction after a sensitization period; drug-induced endothelial damage; an abnormality of thromboxaneprostacyclin hemostasis; and pertubation of clotting systems.
Vectorial formulations, such as the Rayleigh-Rice pertubation theory, are considered to be more accurate for smooth surfaces (typically [sigma] << [lambda]) with finite conductivity, and large scattering angles.
Now, solving the General Relativity problem (equation 28) by taking the general solution (u) to be a pertubation of the Newtonian solution, and setting [[phi].
The use of hsps as biomarkers of environmental pertubation shows promise despite some criticisms (Bierkens 2000).
Pertubations in glutathione and adenosine triphosphatase in acute oral toxicosis of Cleistanthus collinus: an indigenous toxic plant.
Percutaneous absorption of topical parathion through porcine skin: in vitro studies on the effect of environmental pertubations.
This report is about early efforts to restore complexity to physiologic systems by "small, precisely timed pertubations.
Immunohistochemical and in situ hybridization techniques have been widely used to localize pertubations in TGF-[beta]1 in renal tissue in diabetes and other forms of experimental and human glomerulonephritis (13-15).