ablatio


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ablatio

n. ablación, separación, desprendimiento;
___ placentaedesprendimiento de la placenta;
___ retinaedesprendimiento de la retina.
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(90) We ascend dialectically to esse as cause of all things by the taking away ([phrase omitted] in Greek, ablatio or remotio in Latin) of all determinate content, since any such content is not just esse but something that has esse.
(62) XXXVI: Actus conciliatorius regulandus apprime ceu institutio generativi obligatoria, et sine qua libelli ablatio locum haberi non possit.
Neonatal outcomes of intrauterine development retardation, neonatal mortality, ablatio placenta were not seen in either group but neonatal infection was observed in only 1(1.56%) infant in the control group.
Previously, she had been operated for ablatio mammae, aortic valve replacement, incisional and inguinal hernias including recurrent inguinal hernia, as well as mesh implantation, cholecystectomy, and nephropexy.
Furthermore, the patients' records were analyzed for the presence of neonatal and maternal risk factors such as gestational age, birth weight, APGAR scores at 1 and 5 minutes, mode of delivery, gender, multiples pregnancy, preeclampsia, maternal diabetes, early membrane rupture, placenta ablatio, blood transfusion, clinical sepsis, respiratory distress syndrome, necrotizing enterocolitis, intracranial hemorrhage, hydrocephaly, and assisted conception techniques.
Exclusion criteria were ablatio placenta, placenta previa, twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome, fetal growth restriction (fetal abdominal circumference <10% and estimated fetal weight below 10th percentile), delayed birth of second twin (delivery interval between two twins longer than two hours) and any prenatal diagnosis of malformation of either twin.
Ratzinger entiende--como sabemos--la reforma como una purificacion, como una ablatio por la que son quitadas todas las adherencias que la Iglesia ha ido adquiriendo a lo largo de la historia.