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semiological

[ˌsɛmɪəˈlɒdʒɪkl] adjsemiologico/a
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Being before the law is an ontological and semiological position that is valid also for the modern condition.
However, in order to observe and evaluate the semiological characteristics of pain, being a professional in the health area does not always mean being able to identify the divergent painful manifestations felt by infants, since the experience and the time working in the area are the main requirements of aptitude for such evaluation (Paixao et al., 2011).
Semiological seizure classification was performed according to Cleveland criteria[6] plus faciobrachial dystonic (FBD) seizures.
Resonances between music and literature, to rephrase and compress his essentially semiological argument, are not tantamount to full-fledged metaphor.
There, she supplemented the formalist and semiological methodologies of her art-school training with research into sociology, anarcho-collectivist pedagogy, and the group exercises of Brazilian activist and theater director Augusto Boal.
In the article Discursive disclosures of the body of indigenous women in Mexican constitutional law, the modeling of the body of indigenous women in the Mexican Constitution is analyzed, with the use of semiological resources, from the perspective oflegal criticism, understood as discursive analysis.
PNES participants were screened on the basis of Electroencephalography (EEG), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and semiological history conducted by Neurologist.
In the transference, language operates in a manner that is antithetical to artistic and more experimental practice: rather than facilitating the formation of new desires and identities out of new sensorial experiences, language straightjackets the patient within the semiological hierarchy of Freudian psycholanalysis, which in turn cements rather than destabilizes capitalist forms of subjectivity and their institutional supports.
All the patients were diagnosed according to the seizure semiological criteria proposed by the International League against Epilepsy,4 in addition to electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings.
Umberto Eco calls this "semiological guerrilla warfare," and his basic argument is this: Communication plays an important role in the state's exercise of power.