provokable


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provokable

(prəˈvəʊkəbəl) or

provocable

adj
able to be provoked
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The following exclusion criteria included (1) concomitant moderate or greater aortic/mitral stenosis; (2) maximal (including provokable) LVOT pressure gradient (PG) <50 mmHg (1 mmHg = 0.133 kPa); (3) apical HCM variant; and (4) hypertensive heart disease in elderly patients.
The classic form of trigeminal neuralgia (TN) is characterized by provokable, paroxysmal episodes of excruciating lancinating facial pain.
Pollock |1989^ proposed a heuristic for describing strategies in a given environment--choosing to portray them in terms of "niceness" and "provokability." For example, DD is not nice, and GRIM is nice and maximally provokable. It is best to think of niceness as a binary characteristic of a strategy here: a strategy will either defect unprovoked or it will not.