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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Objective: To determine the diagnostic accuracy of quantitative washout calculated on Triphasic CT scan for diagnosis of hepatocellular carcinoma keeping histopathology as gold standard.
The author shares his own holistic approach, called the Eclectic Triphasic Medical System, which he based on extensive scientific research, more than 25 years of clinical practice, and excellent results with thousands of patients.
Triphasic progestin dosage in combined oral contraceptives was associated with a beneficial effect on acne.
The waveform produced is triphasic with an initial negative deflection followed by a positive peak and another negative deflection.
The Doppler waveform of the hepatic vein shows a triphasic pattern in healthy controls, consisting of two anterograde flow peaks toward the heart and one retrograde flow peak toward the liver.
Facility available include whole body scan, whole body angiography including Cardiac CT and Coronary and Cerebral Angiography, HR Ct Chest, CT guided procedures, Triphasic studies of liver, pancreas and kidney.
Triphasic wave (TW): This is an EEG pattern consisting of medium or high-amplitude discharges (100-300 [mu]V), with generally at 1.
Sections of the left ovary showed triphasic elements composed of skin, intestinal epithelium, cartilage, adipose and neural tissue, as well as lymphoid cells, but there was no evidence of malignancy (Fig.
If breakthrough bleeding continues, increasing the estrogen component or changing to a triphasic pill might reduce bleeding.
2) Reversible EEG findings are nonspecific (2) and could show generalized slowing with occasional bursts of frontal intermittent rhythmic delta activity and triphasic waves.
Triphasic computed tomography (CT) scan showed a Grade IV right renal injury with retroperitoneal hematoma and urinary extravasation.