Most frequent CNS disorders reported were Microcephaly (small head), Cerebral Palsy, Chiari Malformation (a structural defect
of the brain) and Absent or Thin Corpus Callosum (the band connecting the two halves of the brain), The most frequent Craniofacial Defects
included Low Set Ears, Partial Hearing Loss, Abnormal Teeth and Abnormal Facial Structure.
Most operations count each component lead as a defect
opportunity and the component itself as one defect
of only a few millimeters can mean the difference between a satisfied and unsatisfied patient.
In order to arrive at this conclusion, the company used two main analytical techniques to examine the defect
region, including optical microscopy and scanning electron microscopy, coupled with energy dispersive spectroscopy.
The unsatisfactory nature of the existing theories led to a new theory that better explains the characteristics of the formation of the defect
and offers additional routes for the prevention of the problem.
Hearing loss in PDS is prelingual and, in at least 80% of patients, is associated with structural defects
of the inner ear, including a dilatation of the vestibular aqueduct and the Mondini defect
of the cochlea (Johnsen et al.
The new model allows line width data to yield separate information about damping and non-uniformity, and for some data sets, limits may be placed on the defect
sizes, thus allowing much better characterization of magnetic recording media, heads, and other devices designed for GHz applications.
Some customers will reject an entire shipment of rolls after finding defects
in the first roll, even if the others are defect
0 introduced some subtle changes to the defect
management scheme of Book 1.
The correction should restore current and former participants or beneficiaries (as well as the plan) to the position they would have been in had the defect
At the same time, CCD advocates do acknowledge some applications where line speeds and stringent defect
requirements rule out a camera-based system.
The new Roll and Web Defect
Terminology - 2nd Edition by R.
Four metalcasting facilities were faced with inclusion defect
problems in their castings.
A small amount of brain tissue extended through the defect
The component projects must share a common central theme, focus, or objective on a specific developmental defect
or malformation that is genotypically, mechanistically, biologically, or phenotypically analogous or homologous in both animal models and humans.