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Adj.1.nonparticulate - not composed of distinct particles
particulate - composed of distinct particles
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Randomized double-blind controlled trial comparing the effectiveness of lumbar transforaminal epidural injections of particulate and nonparticulate corticosteroids for lumbosacral radicular pain.
The majority of the sample, however, is composed of large, nonparticulate masses, which may explain the appreciable increase in sample density.
The Eddington-Born-Infeld action (EBI) was proposed in [15], which could mimic the presence of dark energy and dark matter in the expansion of Universe [15-17] so that EBI gravity can be regarded as a candidate for nonparticulate dark matter and dark energy, and it could also modify the Newton-Poisson equation that leads to flat rotation curves for galaxies.
Flowers are yellow-green, 2.5 mm in diameter, pedicels are nonparticulate; perianth is 2 mm long; 8 nectaries are yellow, alternating with stamens, being homostyly, that is, self-pollinated flowers; stigmas are capitate.
In the medical literature, corticosteroids are classified as particulate or nonparticulate formulations, but the FDA uses the terms suspension or solution to classify steroids.
So for its prophylaxis nonparticulate antacid like sodium citrate etc.
The novel drug delivery systems also have the advantage of penetrating more efficiently into the hair follicles than do nonparticulate systems, such as conventional formulations, so long as the size is selected in an appropriate manner.
Nonparticulate components of diesel exhaust promote constriction in coronary arteries from ApoE[*]mice.
Comparative effectiveness of cervical transforaminal injections with particulate and nonparticulate corticosteroid preparations for cervical radicular pain.Pain Med.