discordance


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a harsh mixture of sounds

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strife resulting from a lack of agreement

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Four cases had major variations in PR scoring from negative (0% or <1%) to positive expression (70%, 20%, 80%, and 60%), and 3 had minor discordance from negative (0%) to low positive (2%, 2%, and 10%).
Weight discordance and perinatal mortality in twin pregnancy: systematic review and meta-analysis.
Additionally, family systems theory purports that when family members disagree (i.e., discordance) on family factors (e.g., family functioning, encouragement to diet), there is a higher risk of family members engaging in unhealthy behaviors (e.g., adolescent and parents are discordant on family functioning and adolescent engages in more risk-taking behaviors; Levin, Kirby, & Currie, 2012; Samek & Rueter, 2011).
type 1 diabetes increased the odds of discordance, as did renal dysfunction.
She and her colleagues found that CGM, compared with SMBG, decreased the odds of discordance after controlling for diabetes type (odds ratio, 0.39).
She and her colleagues found that CGM, compared with SMBG, decreased the odds of discordance after diabetes type was controlled for(odds ratio, 0.39).
* Thirdly when she started to make decisions which were constitutional prerogative of the government then discordance started to emerge and resulted in the toppling of the government.
A deficit in one of these aspects can create a discordant assessment (i.e., iatrogenic discordance).
This study compares the concordance and discordance of extracranial and intracranial carotid artery disease in patients with anterior circulation ischaemic stroke by using Doppler ultrasound study, which is a non-invasive study.
These teens -- who are experiencing what researchers call sexual orientation discordance -- have a significantly elevated risk for suicide, investigators warn in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
There was discordance between the results of ctDNA assays and genotyping tumor specimens; evidence supported tumor tissue genotyping to confirm undetected results from ctDNA tests.
That type of contact falls under sexual discordance and can be, for example, when someone is gay but engages in a heterosexual encounter or when a person is straight and has a homosexual one.
The company's US patent, which has been assigned the number 9,839,363, is entitled "Discordance Monitoring," describes the analysis of heart rate data and activity data from wearable devices in order to trigger notifications for users to take an electrocardiogram (EKG) when there is a difference between these two biometrics.
Based on the retrospective data available, twin discordance does not represent a contraindication for vaginal trial of labor, even if the larger twin is the nonpresenting twin.