secundum

secundum

(sɛˈkʊndʊm; sɪˈkʌndəm)
adj
(used in various Latin phrases)according to
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Neither is it enough, to consult concerning persons secundum genera, as in an idea, or mathematical description, what the kind and character of the person should be; for the greatest errors are committed, and the most judgment is shown, in the choice of individuals.
His chief delight, however, was found in the perusal of an exceedingly rare and curious book in quarto Gothic--the manual of a forgotten church--the Vigiliae Mortuorum Secundum Chorum Ecclesiae Maguntinae.
Lutembacher syndrome is characterized by a congenital ostium secundum atrial septal defect and an acquired mitral valve stenosis.
Secundum atrial septal defect in adults: a practical review and recent developments.
Thanks to modern techniques and technology, the most common type--a secundum ASD--can often be repaired in a catheter-based procedure, rather than in open-heart surgery.
28% (7/25) neonates had congenital heart disease of which ostium secundum ASD was the most common type seen in 4 (57.
63: "secundum autem dictum Auerroys, intellectus non continuaretur homini secundum suam generationem, sed secundum operationem sensus.
2, Buenaventura dirige su atencion directamente a la cuestion secundum quam naturam Christus sit mediator.
Seventy-five percent of individuals have CHD, with ostium secundum atrial septal defect (60%) being the most common followed by ventricular septal defect.
He had additionally ectopic right kidney and secundum ASD.
Among other associated lesions 10% (n=4) patients had secundum ASD, pulmonary artery stenosis was seen in 5% (n=2) patients.