triphasic


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tri·phas·ic

a. trifásico-a, que se produce en tres fases o variaciones, esp. en referencia a las corrientes eléctricas.

triphasic

adj (pharm) trifásico
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Studies have shown a triphasic progression to bacterial meningitis: from a nonspecific illness phase to a bacteremic phase to finally bacteremic seeding of the CNS and the meningitic phase (3).
Serum leptin concentrations during the menstrual cycle in normal-weight women: effects of an oral triphasic estrogen-progestin medication.
In the typical Wilms tumour the triphasic pattern of clusters, tubule like structures, and single blastematous cells may be identified.
Biphasic, triphasic and multiphasic calcium orthophosphates.
Biphasic or triphasic periodic sharp waves of the type frequently seen in human prion diseases or metabolic disorders were not observed in any of these assessments, and there were no periodic lateralizing epileptiform discharges suggestive of encephalitis from herpesvirus or other viruses.
Triphasic, contrast-enhanced, axial, multidetector computed tomography of the pelvis (arterial phase) showing an irregular thickening of the right-hand side of the urinary bladder wall (arrow), which also involves the homolateral ureter outlet.
IVC and hepatic venous waveforms should demonstrate the normal triphasic pattern reflecting the dynamics of blood flow during the cardiac cycle.
All patients showed diffuse abnormalities with excessive slow wave activity; the patient who presented in status epilepticus had periodic lateralising epileptiform discharges (PLEDs), and 1 patient showed triphasic complexes and episodic sharp waves in the fronto-central regions.
However, in some cases, patients may also develop biphasic and triphasic patterns of DI.