polyphasic


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polyphasic

(ˌpɒlɪˈfeɪzɪk)
adj
consisting of multiple peaks or phases
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Polyphasic taxonomy of Aspergillus section Aspergillus (formerly Eurotium), and its occurrence in indoor environments and food.
The XRD of the cited LHSs demonstrated that no complete anion intercalation was performed and that there was a formation of polyphasic fillers.
Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis and MS share a great deal of pathological and clinical similarities, but it is still unclear why some patients are affected by fulminant monophasic inflammatory process, whereas other patients suffer chronic polyphasic process (18).
Pseudomonas isolation and identification: An introduction to the challenges of polyphasic taxonomy.
MIRU-VNTRplus: a web tool for polyphasic genotyping of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex bacteria.
This constellation of presentations was initially thought to favor a diagnosis of dermatomyositis because there was also electromyographic evidence of spontaneous fibrillations and a low-amplitude, polyphasic motor unit potential of short duration (1).
Electromyography of the calf muscles showed low amplitude, polyphasic, and myopathic units, the interference pattern indicated myositis.
In the current study, Streptomyces SKCMM1 is isolated from Pichavaram Mangrove forest of Tamil Nadu and identified through polyphasic taxonomic characterization approach.
LABORATORY FINDINGS AST: 252, ALT: 123, LDH: 1268, CK: 2315 U/L EMG (DATE/NUMBER): IN THE STUDIED MUSCLES; POLYPHASIC, OFTEN SHORT-TERM AND SMALL-VOLTAGE MOTOR UNIT POTENTIALS AND SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITIES IN THE FORM OF POSITIVE SHARP WAVES, FIBRILLATION POTENTIALS, AND HIGH FREQUENCY POTENTIAL DISCHARGES INDUCED BY NEEDLE MOVEMENT WERE OBTAINED.
While the needle electromyography findings were normal in the right arm and leg, further dilution was determined in the muscles with the facial nerve innervation on both sides, and polyphasic motor units and spontaneous denervation activities were observed.
In addition, increased durations and polyphasic motor unit action potentials (MUAPs) in the musculature revealed chronic neurogenic changes in the bicipital, abductor digiti minimi muscle on the right, as well as the tibialis anterior and quadriceps femoris muscles on the left.
A monophasic or polyphasic event in which there is inflammation of the optic nerves, which may cause reduced visual acuity, decreased color perception, and pain associated with eye movement (Bigi & Banwell, 2012).