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Let us go back to the special case of the bicentric triangle, for which we have the relation
Note that, similarly, we could obtain adequate formulae for any other closed bicentric polygon.
A method and the formulae below are taken from [4] and can be extended to any desired bicentric polygon with self-intersections.
From 1998 to 2011, a bicentric retrospective study was conducted at the Otorhinolaryngology Department of the University of Pavia and the Otorhinolaryngology Unit of the Morgagni-Pierantoni Hospital of Forli.
This was a bicentric descriptive study of 37 patients of intestinal tuberculosis presenting as cases of acute abdomen with intestinal obstruction or pertonism on admission.
A Cambodian study assessed the feasibility of very early diagnosis (0-3 days of age) using heel-prick samples on DBS and a real time DNA assay (Bicentric).5 A second DBS was performed at week 6.
Scirpus pumilus Vahl., a bicentric species in Scandinavia.
But that accentuated the perceived bicentric division of the world between the Haves and Have Nots.
Two high-volume clusters, in the Baltimore area and in the metropolitan Washington, DC area, formed a bicentric distribution of severe injuries in Maryland.
In a bicentric, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study, 215 healthy subjects from 60 to 70 years of age received for 24 weeks either a placebo or 600 mg/d of Cerebelle.
We compared 177 consecutive outpatients (117 women and 60 men) from the Montreal cohort in a bicentric prospective study (8).