aberrant


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Synonyms for aberrant

Synonyms for aberrant

straying from a proper course or standard

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Synonyms for aberrant

one whose behavior departs substantially from the norm of a group

markedly different from an accepted norm

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The incidence of aberrant biliary anatomy is approximately 13 - 25%, with anomalies of the right ducts being the most frequent.
Usually aberrant chordae are detected and surgically treated in patients presenting with symptoms of heart failure and severe mitral regurgitation at a much younger age [4].
The management of an aberrant ICA in the middle ear is not controversial.
This dual goal of promoting adaptive responses and reducing aberrant behavior may be pursued through a novel intervention technology that is based on microswitch clusters (combinations of microswitches that concurrently monitor adaptive and aberrant responses) and preferred stimuli that are available for adaptive responses that occur in the absence of aberrant ones (see, for example, Lancioni et al.
Aberrant expression of MUC5AC and MUC6 may correspond to the reparative metaplasia of mucins as seen in the regenerative epithelium of an animal model.
The past decade has also been productive in developing strong links between aberrant DNA methylation and aging, says Jean-Pierre Issa, a professor of medicine at The University of Texas M.
The purpose of the current study was to develop a cell culture model of cocaine-induced aberrant neurite growth and to examine whether cocaine interferes with pathfinding mechanisms.
After giving the animals DMABP, Feng again looked for precancerous aberrant crypts and for collections of these cells, known as aberrant crypt foci.
The new data "provide strong evidence to suggest that EPO is another important factor" in stimulating aberrant vessel growth in diabetic retinopathy, says Lloyd Paul Aiello of Harvard Medical School and the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston in the same NEJM issue.
This leads to the formation of tortuous or aberrant internal carotid arteries in the retropharyngeal space.
s (2) data on the number of crypt foci and the numbers of aberrant crypts is confounded by lack of a comparable control group, as noted by the authors.
They bind to synapses and initiate aberrant signaling, destroying the brain's capability to store and retrieve information.
In this process, the body detects runaway cell growth and sends the aberrant cells into suicide mode.
Computed tomography of the paranasal sinuses revealed that an aberrant tooth was obstructing the osteomeatal complex and bulging into the ethmoid infundibulum.
Risk factors for aberrant prostate growth include age, endocrine status, race, genetics, and environmental factors.